What's your place for political coverage?

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    Just for fun, I decided while the results are coming in for New Hampshire to see what news channel is faster with results.... so far, CNN....

    So what news channel do you watch for not just primaries, but the general election as well?

    Oh and it is said that "CNN is liberal".... takes on the most liberal news channel?
     
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    channel 1
     
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    Drudge Report, mainly.
     
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    Just out of curiosity I tuned into MSNBC last year to see Chris Matthews coverage of the GOP landslide. It was shockingly bad. If Matthews was drunk (and that's a possibility) it would have given MSNBC some excuse but it was so slipshod and badly done with Matthews giggling over a nonstop series of bad jokes that it was an insult to journalism.
     

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