Is Fox News "going liberal?" Probably not, but . . . . . . .

Starting February 20th at 8 PM/ET, viewers will see re-runs of The Willis Report (5PM & 8PM/ET), Cavuto (6PM & 9PM/ET) and Lou Dobbs Tonight (7PM & 10PM/ET) instead of FreedomWatch with Judge Andrew Napolitano, Power & Money with David Asman and Follow the Money with Eric Bolling.

Will "Stossel" be next?  

In case you have not noticed and, of late,  Bill O'Reilly has busied himself increasingly challenging Right Side positions. He finds the notion that Obama is a "socialist"  an idea in need ridicule. He sees "ideology" as relatively unimportant and often confuses liberal oriented polling services with more conservative polling sources,  quoting all polls as if their polling strategies were the same.   Hannity was told - nearly two years ago - to stop advertising his national tours while,  at the same time,  we have to listen to O'Reilly sell his books and road tours,  in perpetuity.  

Shep Smith's ignorance of Right Side politics is more than tiresome. His angst with conservative religious expression bespeaks his secular bias and he seldom researches the stories he reads off his teleprompter.   He and O'Reilly come across as arrogant know-it-alls as they frequently reveal a gross misunderstanding of the truth of Conservative politics.  

Over the past two years,  Fox has become fairly worrisome as a news agency.  Of course,  it remains a world apart from CNN,  but that world is getting smaller and smaller.  

Shows I take time to watch [for what it is worth]  includes Megyn Kelly's show, Bret Bair's afternoon show, The Five, Hannity, Stossel,  Cavuto, Red Eye  and,  depending on her interviews,  Greta.  

Obviously,  the network is hardly "useless" in the final sense,  but the current movement is troublesome.