Roger Ailes

Hollywood Gangs up on Roger Ailes

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

The storytellers of Hollywood tend to avoid "monster" movies about their most powerful liberal leaders, whether they run the federal government or merely run television networks. They can't even acknowledge that a movie just came out about a grotesque abortionist named Kermit Gosnell. But they're all eagerly anticipating the "history" of Roger Ailes oozing out with their favorite fake-news sales lingo: "based on real events."

Roger Ailes' Exit, Stage Right

R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., The American Spectator

Broadcasting will never be the same after Roger Ailes, the begetter of Fox News on cable, died last week. He alone made it happen. He challenged the Kultursmog. He won. He beat it night after night, day after day, and now others networks are rising to challenge the dispensers of the smog.

Roger Ailes Ruined Monica Lewinsky?

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

Anyone who watched the news in 1998 knows that everyone in the media covered the Lewinsky scandal relentlessly. So, by Lewinsky's standard, everyone in the media was guilty of bullying and hooking viewers and padding their profits. Halfway through, she admits Fox was not alone. So why single out Fox and Ailes? Five days after his death, Monica Lewinsky accused Ailes of exploiting a "personal and national tragedy" for profit. She is a pathetic creature and the perfect foil for The New York Times.

GOP candidates exclude Fox from list of debate demands

Eddie Scarry, Washington Examiner

A Republican presidential primary debate to be hosted by Fox Business next week will not be subject to a new list of debate demands laid out by several GOP candidates over the weekend, according to a new report. It’s apparently because "people are afraid to make Roger [Ailes] mad."