You're right. We should all get our news and opinions from Fox News. :-|
First, you should get your opinions from discernment of thinking about things yourself. If you heard an opinion from someone else it is their opinion that you only conformed to agree with them.
Second, if you are implying that opinions should be feed to people and history should be taught from only 2 sources of information (youtube and wikipedia) as good enough and if I don't agree with that thought then I suddenly discern my opinions and get my information from fox news; well, I am not sure where you came up with this as an analogy to validate these 2 sources (youtube and wikipedia.)
Actually you could watch fox news network if you wanted. I am not sure of what type of cable vision or satellite tv you receive. I, myself as stated in the past do not have either as I only use an antenna.
Here is the list of channels I receive off of my antenna which you will notice that I do not even get CNN but I do get the crap channel MSNBC which I think is just as bad as fox news network. I do get the regular fox channel but it isn't the news one.
ABC #.1 K***-TV- Independent (HD) #.2 ME-TV (television classics) #.3 ANTENNA-TV #.4 THIS-TV MGM (movie classics)
FOX (HD) #.1 FOX (SD) #.2
PBS #.1 (HD) CREATE MN #.2 PIONEER #.3 WORLD #.4 kids #.5 PLUS #.6 (all 6 commercial free)
NBC (HD) #.1 K*** WEATHER #.2
RFD #.1 RURAL TV #.2 INFORMED-TV #.3
W***-CW (HD) #.1 COOL-TV (music/videos) #.2 COUNTRY (music/videos) #.3
W***-TV (HD) #.1 (SD) BOUNCE-TV #.3
CBC CANADIAN CHANNEL #.1
ION (HD) #.1 qubo #.2 ION Life #.3
Angels Network #.1 thru #.7
UNTAMED SPORTS TV (outdoor)
PENTAGON CHANNEL (military affairs -commercial free)
FAMILY NET #.1 WEATHER CHANNEL #.2 C-SPAN (commercial free) #.3 MSNBC #.4 BIZ-TV #.5
20 channels free
(complete initial setup under $200)
I use an indoor antenna that is set in the attic of the house that I have an AMP 3' off the antenna then again another AMP 3' before my TV and a tivo box.
I do get 30 mbps internet connection from my ISP that I have netflix ($7.99mo. commercial free) and pandora (I get free w/ commercial or I could pay 3.99 mo. for commercial free, but do not) subscriptions as my "premium" and "music" channels.
I only use home phone and do not feel the need for a cell phone. For both my ISP and phone, my bill is under $60 a month then add netflix (still under $70). I think that is pretty cheap for TV, phone and internet, but like I have stated before I get my TV off of an antenna so what the hell do I know.
So, around how much do you pay for these three services a month? I am now thinking that I am getting ripped off and feeling sort of cheated. :-k