The panel on Fox's Journal Editorial Report sing Trump's praises for his so-called "pivot" this week.
Fox News, The Journal Editorial Report, March 14, 2015.
The pundits on Faux "news" do their best to continue to make light of the Koch brothers' effort to buy our democracy.
Even the pundits on Fox are admitting that the Republicans don't have any idea what the hell they're doing following this latest round of hostage taking or how it's going to end.
The panel on Fox's Journal Editorial Report decided to use the fact that we had increased African American turnout at the polls as proof that all of these laws being passed by Republicans aren't really suppressing minority and Democratic voters.
From this Saturday's The Journal Editorial Report on Fox, host Paul Gigot asks his panel what they expect from President Obama during his second term, and after the initial response from Jason Riley, saying that the president is going to be looking to fund his first term agenda, because "socialized medicine is expensive," fellow panelist Daniel Henninger threw out this stink bomb:
From this Saturday's <em>Journal Editorial Report</em>, after the Fox panel members spent some time weighing in on the latest polls and doing their best to get the audience pumped up about Mitt Romney's so-called "momentum" in the national poll and playing a portion of the President talking about Willard's "Romesia," the WSJ's Dorothy Rabinowitz decided to play the "angry black man" card to attack President Obama.
The Obama campaign has a new ad out titled "Worried" which points out that Mitt Romney would like to return us to the policies we had under George W. Bush, and naturally the panel members on Fox's the Journal Editorial Report did their best to try to pretend that wasn't true.
From this Saturday's The Journal Editorial Report on Fox, the panel from Uncle Rupert's Wall Street Journal really doesn't like the idea of several counties in California using "eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages from investors and
Fox's Henninger Claims Arab Spring Was Caused From The United States Disengaging Itself In The Middle East
From Fox's Journal Editorial Report, Wall Street Journal editorial director Daniel Henninger along with host Paul Gigot and another of their editorial writers, Matthew Kaminski discussing what Gigot called the "biggest foreign policy story of 2011,