Want to Destroy ESPN and CNN Forever? Cut the Cord, Dummy

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  1. Don says:

    Mike, that is excellent advice. I am going to do some research on how I can do this in my area of utah County. I have been thinking about it for sometime. I am sick of paying for cable that shows the same programs month after month. I will miss getting the FNC, but i will figure out something else. I also read everyone of your opinions and thank you greatly for such a voice of light in such a dark world. I am waiting intently to see what happens to the formation of the Jefferson State. I pray to God that they are able to secede from the completely corrupted state of California. They to me are a total representation of the Democratic Party’s example of political chaos and corruption. Give them time and like most rebellious people they will destroy all that they have and never decide on any solution, because they can’t. I pray for Californis and there people, who are under such chaotic rule. Thank You.

  2. Mike says:

    The Fox News website does stream some of its broadcasts since they revamped the website a few weeks ago. I liked FNC and the programming. I do miss the ability to get the channel. Interesting enough PBS does have some unbiased reporting. I have resorted to going to the web for News. I have found quite a bit of news sources out there. The whitehouse.gov website does give quite a bit of information if you go to the briefing room. That is the real scoop before the fake news agencies get their hands / political spin on it. I read the Christian Science Monitor – it has some good articles. FNC has some good publications as well a trunews. You still have to sort through the political views and try to figure out what is real and what is fake. I only watch the local news networks to see what is going on locally – not state or federal government – just the local stuff. Its hard to put a political spin on a murder, robbery or new business opening —

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