|June 24, 2004|
you listen to, watch, or read political media and if so, what?
I do not. Well, I guess you could argue that anything was a political medium, but. . .
really. i flip through channels and if something catches my eye then i
watch it. the only that I watch with some kind of regularity is the british
house of commons. i hope thats the name.
I used to
listen to Rush Limbaugh on occassion, but haven't for a couple years.
Other than that, I don't pay much attention to all the political jargon
going around. I do notice the media's fixation
I get Newsweek Magazine and check the news on the Internet.
The only political stuff I watch, besides CNN, is Inside Washington...I don't like the MacClaughlin (sp) Group...because they are so rude...I mean, just because you disagree with somebody, let's not forget good manners...
I watch CNN and get some political news from the NY Times online, if that is what you mean by political media.
I read three weekly and two monthly magazines that deal with current affairs. I also browse several on line sites covering political news.
I use NPR as background noise on long drives. I do pretty good during "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me," their current events quiz show, but I can't quite pinpoint where I'm picking up the answers from.