And, MSNBC has rules about such things and they should have suspended Kieth. But then Fox has candidates as political pundits. Go figure. 8-)
Yes, FOX does allow donations. And so does MSNBC. So don't get all righteous over bashing FOX, after watching Rachel M. ;)
Just as many MSNBC people or any other news channel folks, give as FOX does. MSNBC just has certain requirements, which seems Keith can not follow. It wouldn't be anything at all, except for Keith's holier-than-thou approach. And now he can not even follow his own employment contract.
You turn this into a FOX vs. some other news thing, while attacking FOX. Except the truth is, all news channels allow contributions, just some with advance notice, prior approval, etc,. being required. All contributions are required to be listed. How do you think Rachel M and the other non-FOX PUNDITS have the list of contributors to begin with?
Now they (other news orgs) claim, FOX is a political entity, while they are not. Because they have rules against donations. No they do not! They do allow them. Just as FOX does. But it seems some like Keith can not follow his own companies policies. While people at FOX do. Go figure.
Your article is about as useless as the claims made by the news organizations that are bashing FOX. It has nothing to back up anything it says, except, "We spend what we need too", and "we are not inclined to say how much it costs". Transparency and truth good enough for you maybe. I don't care if it's 125 million a day or 250 million a day. We can not even get the truth from the white house, and will just have to go along believing what we are told. And I think your missing some of the real issues. But hey, I give the "other" news outlets credit for "fooling some of the people some of the time"..... ;) With "real" reporters, unlike the "pundits" at FOX... :lau: Like Keith was not a political hack and pundit.... :roll: