Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for December 11, 2014

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    BE THIS GUY  almost 9 years ago

    Ah, the 1980s, when people still watched the network evening news.

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    jackhs  almost 9 years ago

    After Huntley and Brinkley went away I have been an abc guy for the most part. That and Fox.

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    Plumbob Wilson  almost 9 years ago

    Back when news was news instead of entertainment. Well, when it wasn’t totally entertainment.

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  almost 9 years ago

    Fox must be good, the way you folks keep referencing it rather than all the other news sources.

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    Weakstream   almost 9 years ago

    Fox is always good for a laugh.

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    cupertino jay  almost 9 years ago

    i solved the dilemma of finding an honest network news service or newspaper. to heck with all that noise. instead, made my own personally validating reporter list (and story links) to follow daily on twitter. # nailed it ! #patent-pending@

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    JP Steve Premium Member almost 9 years ago

    I find gocomics is a good place to follow the news. I get to hear both sides — the clever posters that I agree with and the nutcases that I don’t!

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    jerel2u  almost 9 years ago

    Many old-time journalists objected strenuously when the networks converted news to a profit-center rather than a cost-center. They began giving people entertaining news and news that their demographic felt reinforced their already-held views and opinions, rather than just presenting the facts in an unbiased way (or as unbiased as possible) in order to make more money on commercials etc. That was the end of truly objective news.

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    38lowell  almost 9 years ago

    …or the disease du jour.

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