Conservatives really should stay away from attempts at doing satire because they manage to fail every time as they did here.
Fox News host Anna Kooiman was advised by anti-feminist crusader Suzanne Venker to quit her job and get married because women should spend more time "thanking men" for the ability to stay home and take care of children.
Bill O'Reilly continued with one of his favorite sports this Tuesday night -- attacking the poor and those in need of government assistance.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said on Sunday that he wasn't convinced that CBS News correspondent Lara Logan's alleged witness to the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi had been lying because "sometimes the best stories have flaky sources."
Fox News host and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) on Wednesday said that Lara Logan's botched reporting on Benghazi made her a "hero journalist" and he was shocked that CBS News would force her off the air.
Fox News host Martha MacCallum on Monday suggested that President Barack Obama's health care law was even worse than devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina or the Iraq War because it "touches so many people's lives."
Fox's Steve Doocy: 'Curious Timing' That Iran Deal Came 'Out of Nowhere' to Distract from Obamacare
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday defended colleague Sarah Palin said that he found comparisons between federal debt to human slavery to be "fairly unobjectionable."
A school board member in South Dakota is calling on Fox News to apologize because he says an erroneous report led to threats that officials be "lined up and shot" over the Pledge of Allegiance.
While news such as Walmart doing canned food drives for their own employees and the NLRB deciding to pursue charges against Walmart for violating labor laws are making their way into the headlines this week, what are the talking heads over at Fox doing? You guessed it... damage control.