But now two big parts of that are gonzo. Those oversized players - Roger Ailes and Bill O'Reilly - are no longer there. Also soon to be gone likely will be their enablers inside and outside Fox News.
Oh, there will still be plenty to cover at Fox News.
After all the Murdoch Boys are in charge. It will be intellectually stimulating to analyze their strategy for that profitable media empire.
Also, Tucker Carlson, who took over O'Reilly's old spot, is a fresh personality to probe. Some of us recall his struggle at a comeback via "Dancing With the Stars." The smart money didn't seem to be betting on him. But he has made it not only back but big.
Also, there is the relationship with the Trump Administration and Fox News. Will the two get into amazing fights?
But, overall, Sherman may be mourning the loss of two powerful enemies. It's sad to let go of the bonds of dislike. They are stronger than those of more positive feelings.
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