Author Topic: MAGA  (Read 235 times)

Rubecorks

MAGA
« on: December 30, 2017, 05:39:23 PM »
I look at foxnews.com today.

One of the main headlines comprised a close-up photograph of the Vice President, Mike Pence, with a hurt look on his face....next to another photo of a gay rainbow flag. The news item was merely that across the street from where he was staying in Colorado, someone wrapped a driveway pillar with a rainbow flag with the message, "Make America Gay Again".

Newsworthy??

It's a way to MAKE news....but stirring up the gays and try to replace Trump's MAGA - Make America Great Again....which the Gays hate. 

I don't trust foxnews at all. I think it is a set-up faux conservative organization to give America the feel that the Liberals haven't completely taken over the news media....which they really have. Hannity has expressed serious fear that he has long thought he would be gone at any time.

Let's see what the result of this will be.



 
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TKGS

Re: MAGA
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2017, 08:13:49 PM »
Fox News is not "conservative".  Fox Business, on the other hand, is much more "conservative".

In any event, I didn't see the picture, but Mike Pence is from Indiana.  Frankly, he always has a "hurt look" on his face, even when he's smiling. 
 
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Rubecorks

Re: MAGA
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2017, 08:20:42 PM »
Fox News is not "conservative".  Fox Business, on the other hand, is much more "conservative".

In any event, I didn't see the picture, but Mike Pence is from Indiana.  Frankly, he always has a "hurt look" on his face, even when he's smiling.

Interestingly enough, Pope St. Pius X had a sad face on frequently, representing the awareness that he possessed a very serious position.
 
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Re: MAGA
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2017, 09:54:33 PM »
Fox News is not "conservative".  Fox Business, on the other hand, is much more "conservative".

In any event, I didn't see the picture, but Mike Pence is from Indiana.  Frankly, he always has a "hurt look" on his face, even when he's smiling.

Interestingly enough, Pope St. Pius X had a sad face on frequently, representing the awareness that he possessed a very serious position.

I think the difference is that Pope St. Pius X had a sad face that, as you mention, "represented the awareness that he possessed a very serious position," while Mike Pence has a "hurt look" that comes from his Evangelical Protestantism (he's an apostate Catholic) attempt to look compassionate.  He wore that face even when he was a local talk radio host in Indianapolis.

Frankly, I can't stand to watch him.  I can listen to him, but I never watch him.  A lot of people like that in him though.  He reminds me of Barry Manilow.  I think he's a good singer of ballads, but I could never stand to watch him on TV. 

N.B.:  "TV, for you youngsters, is a medium that is similar to your smart phone or notepad on which you can watch streaming video but it is generally too big to be portable and it is usually in a fixed location in someone's house but you don't need an app to watch the videos which are received without the internet and aren't subject to charges for going over your usage limits.  Barry Manilow used to appear on a variety of shows in the 1960s and 1970s.
 
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Archer

Re: MAGA
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2018, 11:14:07 AM »
I click on Foxnews maybe once or twice a day. Just to read the headlines and make sure I didn't miss anything big. I hardly ever actually click into an article. Like almost everywhere else, they obnoxiously push an agenda. Frankly, as I write this, I've resolved to stop going there period. The amount of smut on the front page addressed as "news" is disturbing. Not too mention the fact that if I have to keep looking away to avoid the borderline pornographic images; what type of "serious" news could they actually be publishing? I've started frequenting Zero Hedge more often.

Anyone have any "real news" websites they frequent? And please don't say Alex Jones....
 

annamack

Re: MAGA
« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2018, 02:18:27 PM »
I click on Foxnews maybe once or twice a day. Just to read the headlines and make sure I didn't miss anything big. I hardly ever actually click into an article. Like almost everywhere else, they obnoxiously push an agenda. Frankly, as I write this, I've resolved to stop going there period. The amount of smut on the front page addressed as "news" is disturbing. Not too mention the fact that if I have to keep looking away to avoid the borderline pornographic images; what type of "serious" news could they actually be publishing? I've started frequenting Zero Hedge more often.

Anyone have any "real news" websites they frequent? And please don't say Alex Jones....

Ah, Alex Jones is just a phase that we all have to go through  ;)
 
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ClemensMaria

Re: MAGA
« Reply #6 on: January 11, 2018, 06:58:08 PM »
I read zerohedge.  Donít read the comments.  The biggest problem is the ads.  They occasionally run articles by a traditional Catholic guy.  They run Pat Buchananís articles.  The editors donít seem interested in trying too hard to attract page views via prurient clickbait.  Unlike say Breitbart which doesnít scruple in that regard.  But Iím pretty sure I could live happily without any news at all.
 
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Re: MAGA
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2018, 01:25:12 PM »
I click on Foxnews maybe once or twice a day. Just to read the headlines and make sure I didn't miss anything big. I hardly ever actually click into an article. Like almost everywhere else, they obnoxiously push an agenda. Frankly, as I write this, I've resolved to stop going there period. The amount of smut on the front page addressed as "news" is disturbing. Not too mention the fact that if I have to keep looking away to avoid the borderline pornographic images; what type of "serious" news could they actually be publishing? I've started frequenting Zero Hedge more often.

Anyone have any "real news" websites they frequent? And please don't say Alex Jones....

Ah, Alex Jones is just a phase that we all have to go through  ;)

That's something I could do without; just like skinny jeans and wonder bread.  :P
 
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Archer

Re: MAGA
« Reply #8 on: January 12, 2018, 01:25:38 PM »
I read zerohedge.  Donít read the comments.  The biggest problem is the ads.  They occasionally run articles by a traditional Catholic guy.  They run Pat Buchananís articles.  The editors donít seem interested in trying too hard to attract page views via prurient clickbait.  Unlike say Breitbart which doesnít scruple in that regard.  But Iím pretty sure I could live happily without any news at all.

Who's the trad Cath?
 

ClemensMaria

Re: MAGA
« Reply #9 on: January 12, 2018, 04:29:47 PM »
I read zerohedge.  Donít read the comments.  The biggest problem is the ads.  They occasionally run articles by a traditional Catholic guy.  They run Pat Buchananís articles.  The editors donít seem interested in trying too hard to attract page views via prurient clickbait.  Unlike say Breitbart which doesnít scruple in that regard.  But Iím pretty sure I could live happily without any news at all.

Who's the trad Cath?
Antonius Aquinas e.g. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-07/vladimir-great-sums-pope-francis-fake