Catch Ed Niedermeyer On Fox And Friends

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
catch ed niedermeyer on fox and friends

I will be appearing on Fox New Channel’s Fox and Friends program tomorrow at 8:40 am Eastern (5:40 Pacific) to discuss my latest NY Times Op-Ed, the auto bailout, and Detroit’s fuel economy issues. And if none of that interests you, be sure to tune in anyway for a chance to see what TTAC’s Editor-in-Chief looks like just moments after rolling out of bed.

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  • Fincar1 Fincar1 on Dec 20, 2010

    +1 DweezilSFV ...and not only that, but Fox News understands the difference between news and opinion, as compared to the other outlets you mentioned which seem unable to distinguish between news and Democratic Party talking points.

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    • Psarhjinian Psarhjinian on Dec 20, 2010

      Ronnie, you'll note I said "they're not perfect". What they are is a) better, and b) given much more independence from their parents than the corporate media is. You and I, of course, disagree on corporatism's virtues.

  • David C. Holzman David C. Holzman on Dec 20, 2010

    Good luck Ed. Just remember: you're much better than they are.

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    • Caljn Caljn on Dec 20, 2010

      Ronnie: everyone knows what Faux is and does. No one respects them beyond recognizing the size of their audience. Proven to be misinformed, as they may be. CNN has their own problems but at least deceiving their audience isn't one of them and yes they have some anchors who are clearly reading and not at all in the moment. Krauthammer is smart? I would happily deconstuct any of his arguments for you. Sometimes for kicks, I'll tune to Faux to see how long it takes to correct the broadcast. A matter of minutes ususlly. How do you stand all that speculation? "If Obama does this, then THAT is going to happen and the sky will fall!" There, I just programmed another day at Faux. Hitchens is not a credilble man, and please refrain from calling Faux a news agency...they're not. They have been caught with their hands in the cookie jar way too frequently.

  • Daanii2 Daanii2 on Dec 20, 2010

    Good luck!

  • David C. Holzman David C. Holzman on Dec 21, 2010

    The right wing media is certainly deceptive on many issues. the left wing media is much less so, but not immune. The NYT editorial page is absolutely full of ordure when it comes to facts about immigration. A couple of their reporters are also substantially biased. NPR and its affiliates are similarly problematic on this issue. I suspect that bias combined with closed mindedness afflicts most H. sapiens.