Re "Funny, it sounds like the news," Opinion, Nov. 6
Jonah Goldberg is upset because younger viewers are turning to fake news broadcasts and "believe that they can deduce what's going on in the real world from jokes on a fake newscast." But how is this any different from conservative talk radio shows, which are also comedy shows that purport to inform by ridiculing current events? Since fake news has been so successful on radio, why is it any surprise that it is also a success on TV? Stephen Colbert and Rush Limbaugh are two sides of the same coin.