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Fox & Friends’ anchor chosen as distinguished Kansan

January 23, 2014


Steve Doocy, one of the anchors of "Fox & Friends" news program on Fox News, has been chosen as the Distinguished Kansan of the Year by the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas and will be honored at a banquet Friday.

Rita Noll, co-president of the organization, said Doocy was chosen because he often makes public references to his Kansas roots.

"He's obviously a proud Kansan," she said. "We thought he kind of embodies the spirit of being a Kansan."

Doocy was born in Iowa but raised in Kansas and graduated with a journalism degree from Kansas University, Noll said.

The banquet marking the occasion will be at the Maner Conference Center, on Southwest Topeka Boulevard, in Topeka. Tickets are available for $75.


Kyle Neuer 4 years, 4 months ago

Gee, our very own low-rent Rush. What a tool.

Julius Nolan 4 years, 4 months ago

If he was born in Iowa, how does he qualify for this"honor"? Other than being a nutcase featured on Fox News, which requires absolutely no talent or skills, other than being a liar. And Fox News is definitely not a news organizations, just an GOP propaganda source.

Greg DiVilbiss 4 years, 4 months ago

I would say that the bulk of Kansan's are fans of Fox News and the fact that one of the hosts constantly talks about Kansas is why...

I watch MSNBC as well as CNN...

Julius...If Fox is the propaganda source for the GOP, at least Fox has Juan Williams, Bob Beckel, Geraldo and Greta Van Susteren chiming in from the left..... What is MSNBC doing with Chris Mathews, Ed Schultz, Al Sharpton, and Rachel Maddow? Who are the equivalent voices from the right over at MSNBC or are they the DNC's propaganda source?

They are all providing programming to sell advertising and creating content that reaches the demographic that will allow the advertisers to make the most amount of money possible. Fox's demographic is largely Republican and MSNBC largely surprise they are slanting the makes them money.

Frank McGuinness 4 years, 4 months ago

"at least Fox has Juan Williams, Bob Beckel, Geraldo and Greta Van Susteren chiming in from the left"

This my friends is quite possibly the funniest thing I have read all week. Cheers!

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