The White House has exposed Fox News for what it is: not a news organization, but a partisan political entity that is waging a war against the Obama administration and its progressive agenda.
For months now, Roger Ailes has been putting the finishing touches on his first monster, Fox News Channel, just as its bride, Fox Business Network, is showing signs of life.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace's whining and childish name-calling revealed more about the bitter and bruised host than it did the White House.
For Chris Wallace to imply that the Obama team is any tougher on the media than, say, the Bush administration, is an absolute joke.
There is no such thing as "Fox News." Every citizen with a platform -- every politician, writer, professor, every talking head in the land who still has a conscience -- should shun Fox.
Van Jones' resignation isn't a testament to the frenetic dry-drunk tirades of a delusional Fox employee. It is due to the Obama administration's failure to rightfully and necessarily defend a valuable member of its team.
Glenn Beck can't stop embarrassing himself, Pat Buchanan can't stop defending Hitler, and Chris Wallace can't stop sucking up to Dick Cheney.
If I were Dick Cheney I'd probably be doing exactly what Dick Cheney is doing. It beats going to prison.
For his Chris Wallace interview, Cheney looks frustrated, irritated and impatient, yet still possesses the aura of the uber-confident terror-fighting SuperHero so few people truly understand and appreciate..
Wonder of wonders, Cheney doesn't like this new practice of "looking backward." I'm guessing he'd like it a lot more if he were absolutely positive he couldn't be indicted.
Early in my service I was told, "When a jet crashes, often the boots are all we can find." Such was my not-so-subtle introduction to the need for end of life planning.
How do I know? I'm one of the voices they used, which is quite curious because I am neither a celebrity nor anywhere near a Bobby Jindal fan.
Chris Wallace could deduce only one thing: If people don't say "war on terror" then the extremists win. It was an exercise in juvenile journalism, but Wallace was determined.
The same media that is creating a negative impression of President Obama is saying little about the outgoing administration's widespread destruction of official government records.
"I feel very good about a lot of the things we've done in this administration," Cheney told Chris Wallace in a Fox News interview this past weekend.
Must have been quite the holiday party at the vice president's house this week: old chums Dick Cheney and Karl Rove tossing back a few eggnogs and talking about the possibility of a preemptive presidential pardon. Or evaluating the first steps of the Bush Legacy Project. No doubt there was a lot of backslapping when Fox's Chris Wallace stopped by. Earlier in the week, Wallace had vociferously defended Bush against criticisms leveled by Frost/Nixon filmmaker Ron Howard at a screening of the film. At the VP's party, a "genuinely grateful" Cheney thanked Wallace for standing up for the president and promised him "a special exit interview" in a couple of weeks. Should be very fair and balanced. In other holiday party news: the Treasury Department holiday bash will be held in the department's "Cash Room." Emptiest room in the place, I suppose.