First, television is the worst place to get most of your information. Read read read. Read Obama's autobiography. Remember though, as you read, he admits that he has changed names and combined some characters and much of it has been proved to be in error. Still, it gives you an idea of who Barack Obama is. It helps to understand his confulsion as to who he is. Also remember that he he had lots of help and MAY not have written it himself. Bill Ayres helped him a lot and may have even written it for him. Read books favorable to Obama AND unfavorable to him. On television all you get is sound bites and in many cases each person yelling platitudes over each other.
Most of the commentators on Fox News definitely lean to the right. Some of them are as bad as those in the main stream media in their bias, BUT, with very few exceptions, it is the only place you will hear anything remotely unfavorable to Barack Obama. Charles Krauthammer is the best commentator on TV. I wish he had his own show. Neil Cavuto is very good. I don't watch O'Reilley, Hannity, or Laura Ingram because they are rude and yell over the guests.
About the only other channel worth watching is CNN. Anderson Cooper is very good and he treats liberals and conservatives alike. Candy Crowley is also good. Soledad O'Brien is so bad that she should be on MSNBC.
Ther has never been a bigger collection of idiots in one spot than at MSNBC. It is a joke. I think Chris Matthews is even missing a few marbles.
I never watch MSNBC, ABC, CBS or NBC.
So the only television stations I watch are CNN and Fox, but I don't get most of my information from television.
John Stossell is fantastic.