Fox News has a new streaming service, and it's bonkers

Fox Nation, a new streaming service that launched yesterday, is billed as “1,000s of hours of content – from new daily live shows to specials and documentaries.”

Needless to say, I have “1,000s” of questions and “1,000s” of reasons not to subscribe.

But The Daily Beast’s Noah Shachtman did a solid for the rest of us and compiled some of Fox Nation’s early highlights.

Warning: It’s like watching grass grow … around your mouldering corpse … as your soul cries out for the sweet release of oblivion from the pitiless abyss of hell.


And this, this, this simply has to be the tweet of the week:

So, yeah, it’s like Netflix for people who hate to be entertained or informed. And it’s just $5.99 a month — or less than the cost of a single, well-placed bullet to the head.

Call me old-fashioned, but I still think dangerous, soul-crushing propaganda should be free.


Yo! Dear F*cking Lunatic: 101 Obscenely Rude Letters to Donald Trump by Aldous J. Pennyfarthing is now available at Amazon! Buy there (or at one of the other fine online retailers carrying it), or be square.


But wait, there’s more! The Fierce, Fabulous (and Mostly Fictional) Adventures of Mike Ponce, America’s First Gay Vice President is also available at Amazon! You can get two great political humor ebooks for less than the price of the coffee you’ll be spitting out on your tablet when you read them!