If you want a gauge of what is going on just look around you, especially when it pertains to the economy. Watch the food stamp transactions, I see them every time I go to the grocery store. Look at the faces of a guy who has to pump $60 bucks in gas just to make it to work for the week, he is the lucky one who at least has a job. Look at the customer at PG&E who has to ask if part of his bill can be carried over to the next month. Check out the family who is petrified what April 15th will ask their checkbook to cover in the immediate future. The walmart shopper who has to shop there to put clothes on their kids because it is all they can afford - I don't shop there, too many illegal aliens spending my money that Moonbeam gives them.<quoted text>
I agree Fox and MSNBC are neither worth watching, too slanted, more spin than news.
For me whenever a reporter has an opinion, I change the channel, cause I could care less what their opinions are.
CNN is ok... not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but the best of networks anyway.
You don't need the news, it's splattered all around us and it will get much worse after the Barack finishes his grand tour, he still has promises to keep with Putin.
You know who is probably the most excited in the world today? No not "TEAtards left behind", I would venture a guess that it's that guy in Iran, what's his name, Armadillojock? He and the Taliban must be doing lap dances about now because president weakness / do nothing is around for another 4 years, or 8 or 12, whatever he manages to achieve.