Have you checked it out yet? Fox is going to the Internets with an aggregator site that will try to lure conservative HuffPo-types (the homepage is similar even). Their top stories right now feature a picture of Spicoli (the only Sean Penn Bill O'Reilly likes), and instead of an About Us page (because that phrase would be too Democratic?) they offer Our Purpose instead:
The Fox Nation was created for people who believe in the United States of America and its ideals, as expressed in the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Emancipation Proclamation. It is a community that believes in the American Dream: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. One that believes being an American is an honor, as well as a great responsibility—and a wonderful adventure.
This is a place for people who believe we live in a great country, a welcoming refuge for legal immigrants who want to contribute their talent and abilities to make our way of life even greater. We believe we should enjoy the company and support of each other, delighting in the creativity, ingenuity, and work ethic of one and all, while observing the basic rules of civility and mutual respect and, most importantly, strengthening our diverse society by striving for unity.
The Fox Nation is for those committed to the core principles of tolerance, open debate, civil discourse--and fair and balanced coverage of the news. It is for those opposed to intolerance, excessive government control of our lives, and attempts to monopolize opinion or suppress freedom of thought, expression, and worship. We invite all Americans who share these values to join us here at Fox Nation.
Why is it that the language of the right feels like a history textbook? And liberals don't believe in the American Dream, the Emancipation Proclamation? Plus, they go all Spider-Man on us with the great honor and great responsibility business. These tenets feel basic, it's the nuance where we disagree, the policies that make for a "great country." But never mind nuance, I'm still stuck on the "basic rules of civility" part, not exactly a guiding principle at Fox News.