Fox News Profanity Hypocrisy?

180+ Fox News Bias videos at bit.ly When several broadcast networks, including Fox Television, won their case in the Supreme Court against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), invalidating fines they had received for indecency, I was surprised that even the short summary from Fox News anchor Shannon Bream on Fox News' program "Happening Now" failed to mention that Fox Television was a party in the case, though downplaying Fox's victory in FCC v Fox Television may result from the contradiction between Fox Television's position on profanity before the Supreme Court and Fox News' editorial position on profanity, as I show in this video. The clip I use of Shannon Bream reporting the Supreme Court's decision in FCC v Fox Television comes from a longer segment of Fox News' June 21, 2012, broadcast of "Happening Now" (which I have not found available online). The clips I use of Fox Television lawyer Carter Phillips arguing the case of Fox television v FCC before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in December 2006 come from my 2008 video titled "Fox News Likes YouTube Censorship?" available on YouTube at bit.ly The clip I use of Bill O'Reilly and John Stossel comes from a longer segment of Fox News' June 12, 2012, broadcast of "The O'Reilly Factor" available online at bit.ly The image I use of the Supreme Court decision in FCC v Fox Television comes from the webpage at bit.ly