The Philippine Daily Inquirer, online and the hard copy, are not affiliated at all with American Tabloids, like the National Enquirer. The Philippine Daily Inquirer has over 50% in the market share of the Philippines, concerning media. They are like Fox News, reporting fair, unbiased, balanced and fearless news.
In America, and I am sure this could create backlash, Fox is the only Fair and Balanced News reporting in America. Other stations only report from a political slant. For example, the gunman in Fresno, California, just in the last few days, who shot and killed 3 men. Mainstream News reported the killer yelled “God is Great! That is not true, he yelled out “Alluha Akbar,!” Big difference. Political Correctness in full mode! It was an act of terrorism! Clear cut but only covered up. A hate crime? Yeah, right. The guy was a radicalized Muslim Terrorist. His internet history proves it!
Fox News has been around since 1919. Reporting world and local news in theaters during movies, in the beginning. I never watch the other news stations for real news but I see their reports from time to time. More intellectual idiots.
In 1986-1987, I read the Manila Bulletin Newspaper but times have changed. Philippine Daily Inquirer and Fox News are my real news sources.
A number of the long time, once reputable news reporters have fallen by the wayside, including Ted Koppel! They have apparently allowed Partisan Politics to deteriorate their brains. Just watch the interview Koppel did with Fox News reporter, Sean Hannity. If you can find it! Sean Hannity is Bad for America? Fake News and Liberal News with a 100% political slant is bad for America!!
Even if the news about people I like and support is bad news, I want to read it/hear it and I want it reported accurately and unbiased, in all fairness. To hell with Political Correctness, Cover Ups and supporting a White House Narrative, no matter who is sitting in the Oval Office! Yes, even if about Donald Trump, who I voted for! Give us the Real News, not Fake News.
I hope to see you one day, somewhere…all around Bacolod.
~ Gary ~