Fox, of course, claims that it is nonpartisan--"fair & balanced," the slogan goes. But this law suit looks like evidence of just the opposite. Even if Fox had a good copyright claim--and we're not convinced that it does--a prudent news organization would think very carefully before filing suit against a candidate in the heat of a campaign, lest it be perceived as using its intellectual property rights as leverage in the election. Fox News, however, seems to have had no such qualms. Maybe we shouldn't be surprised. This is, after all, the network owned by a corporation that recently made a $1 million donation to the Republican Governors' Association and a $10,000 donation to Blunt himself. The lawsuit is another kind of gift.Click over and read the entire story: Why the Fox News Suit Against Robin Carnahan's Campaign Is Bogus
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