Fox News Sunday (1996– )

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Sunday morning Fox News Channel commentary show has interviews with newsmakers and discussions of current affairs.

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1 March 2015 | hola_cindy
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| The REAL News
I love Fox News Sunday, because they deliver the headlines that most media outlets purposefully avoid. In general, Fox News is certainly conservative, however they *always* have a spot dedicated to the "other side" of the argument. Always! My favorite part of the FNS is the panel dialogue. They always feature an impressive line-up of true inside experts. Thank you Chris Wallace! I think he's an amazing moderator! Somehow the mainstream media outlets are allowed to push their liberal views with NO semblance of balance, yet it's Fox who is portrayed as the bad guys. Double standards.

You can count on Fox News Sunday to always keep it classy! Thank you, Chris Wallace. Thank you Fox News!!!

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