Greta Van Susteren of Fox News had some splendid answers to some questions from the FCC who had intended (and still does, they are just postponing it) to ask every news station in America. Now Greta has not been one of my favorite pundits, but I might start reconsidering my position on her, just like I did on Kirsten Powers when she is starting to “get it.” Is there hope that those on the left will see the error of their ways? Possibly, in some cases; although I don’t expect this to be wide spread. What we can do us support and encourage those who are beginning to get it, and to follow their example when it is Constitutionally correct.
Here are the FCC questions, which Greta Van Susteren answered “in a spirit of cooperation:”
1-What is the news philosophy of the station?
2-How much news does your station air every day?
3-Who decides which stories are covered?
4-How much influence do you have in deciding which stories to cover?
5-Have you ever suggested coverage of what you consider a story with critical information for your customers that was rejected by management?
Her answers to questions 1, 3, 4, and 5 where “None of your business, read the Constitution.” Her answer to question number 2 was “Watch and figure it out for yourself, I am not doing your work for you.”
But it gets better, see the video where Greta gives an answer to the question of what the FCC claims they intended to do with this study.