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  • Jon Stewart and News Distortion

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    Network News stations like Fox and MSNBC have distorted news information so much so that viewers now turn to comedy central to keep current with the news. Turning to comedians for news is not a horrible idea as long as viewers understand that comedians must also distort news in order to entertain. Now that is not to say that comedians give out fake news; a comedian must first understand the whole of the topic before running it through a comedic process, in which they then begin distorting the information

  • Objectivity And The Social Responsibility Theory

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    imply both a media practice of information collection, processing, and dissemination, and an overarching attitude” (163). As the article also discusses, Fox News is an openly right winged news source for the public, specifically, their show, The O’Reilly Factor, displays conservative views on current news. Fox does not display complete objectivity in their newsfeeds, yet they are open about it, which could be described as social responsibility theory in a different way. I would argue that objectivity

  • The Supreme Court Extends 2nd Amendment Rights to the States Essay examples

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    ruled on June 28th that the 2nd Amendment's protection of the right to bear arms applies on state and city levels. The 5-4 decision along ideological lines echoed 2008's decision to strike down DC's handgun ban, citing the 14th Amendment as a major factor in the decision to extend the federal right to own a hand gun for personal protection down to local levels. Though it officially returned McDonald v. City of Chicago to the lower courts for a decision, it is expected that Chicago's 28 year old handgun

  • Why Kendrick Lamar Has Done Good Analysis

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    “Fuck Your Ethnicity”, A Track by K. Dot In a piece called, “Why Kendrick Lamar Has Done More for Americans than Fox News Ever Will”, Calum Gordon gives his interpretation on Fox News’ response to Kendrick Lamar’s BET Awards Show performance, and what exactly it has to do with today’s social appropriation of rappers. With a rallying tone and an urban looking website to match, this article is obviously not in compliance with today’s conservatives. Sprinkled about are some references to some of Fox

  • The Importance Of Satirical Humor

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    Satirical humor can form an idea of the comedy that expresses a humorous way to entertain the audience; it shows the different perspectives on how they manipulate the ideas and turn it into something funny to the audience. Satire always has different flavors on how they appeal enjoyable to the audience. Satire demonstrates something secure and ironic. Satirical humor is a communication tool to get involved more in politics in a positive way to people. Sometimes, satire can misunderstand people about

  • Who Don 't Take Everything?

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    In today’s modern society, individual’s beliefs and principles are spread through a variety of ways. Everything we understand can be derived from a friend, parent, blogger, or even a news anchor who spread common ideologies without questioning their validity. However, in every society, there are those who don’t take everything they hear to be true. These people, known as thinkers, question familiar beliefs and provoke thinking in a new light. Born of humble beginnings, Socrates was one of those thinkers

  • Bill O Reilly Analysis

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    planet who doesn't have at least some idea of who Bill O'Reilly is? He is best known as the host of Fox News Channel's top-rated program, The O'Reilly Factor, he is also the number one best-selling author of a book by the same name. Its not a news program in the sense that it doesn't report news but instead has the capacity, more oftenthan not, to make news. There is kind of a train-wreck fascination to observing O'Reilly work and it shines through, in spots, in THE NO SPIN

  • Essay on HMP1 000305944 Task 1 2

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    Before David Neeleman’s non-compete agreement with Southwest Airlines expired, he envisioned the concept of starting a low-fare airline that would combine common sense, innovation, and technology and bring the humanity back into air travel (Gittel & O’Reilly, 2001). In 1998, JetBlue was born. In order for David to fulfill his goal of a “do-it-right” kind of airline, he needed to recruit superior industry veterans who were willing to start from scratch and place an emphasis on employees and customers

  • William James O Reilly Analysis

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    Born on September 10, 1949, William James O'Reilly comes from a modest New York family. He lived with his father, mother, and sister in New York City until his family moved to Long Island when he was a young boy, where he attended Catholic school. After graduating high school, he attended Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York where he earned a bachelor's degree in history. While studying at Marist, he went abroad to England for a year where he studied at the University of London. He graduated

  • Bill O Reilly's Killing The Rising Sun

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    ability. One example occurs immediately in the introduction as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is about to receive news from scientist Albert Einstein of a potential war-ending nuclear weapon. Portraying the infirm President in his utter humanity, O’Reilly conveys the deleterious effects of stress on his feeble constitution: “FDR was up past midnight, as is his custom. The deep circles under his eyes and his pale skin, resulting from constant exhaustion and too little time spent outdoors, make the