The comedy network disguised as a news channel makes its latest ridiculous error.
Josh Marshall reports:
There's a good story about the hypocrisy Bill O'Reilly displayed by going after Brian Williams even though he too may have seriously exaggerated the dangers he faced covering a war. There's a great and necessary story about the viciousness with which he's attacking and threatening reporters who dare to write about the controversy in a way that displeases him. But understand something: In the end, all of this is for nothing. There hasn't been a split-second during this whole thing that Fox News has considered punishing O'Reilly in any way.
Bolling offered up an excuse for young people to go without health insurance -- worse, he's encouraging them to break the law and to accept the punitive fine. You know, breaking the law to save money.
Fox News can quietly wipe away the racist comments made about Malia Obama on the network's website, but it can't hide the truth of who the people are who left those comments.