The following item originally appeared in today's edition of The New York Post:

If Israel goes ahead and bans CNN from its airwaves, viewers there won't be missing out on much. Just before 7:00 PM the other night, Fox News Channel was carrying a live speech about education by President Bush, a fairly important subject and one that would seem ideally suited to air live on a 24-hour news outfit. But CNN was on a different track, airing an interview with washed-up shock rocker Gene Simmons, who was promoting a book about his raunchy life as lead singer for KISS. I guess it's all a matter of how intelligently you rate your audience.


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