The only problem with this is that I feel isolated from the "real world" of talking heads, even though Cutie-Pie and Holmes (as Neal Boortz calls Hannity and Colmes) and Scarborough are as close to "real" as the Weekly World News. (Don't even start on Chris Matthews, Lou Dobbs, or Larry King....) I get tired of the shouting, yet I want more. I must be addicted or something. TV talk: the crack cocaine of television. It has a ring to it. ;) Michael Savage is the closest to a talking head as I can get now, and he's a blowhard with a microphone (sorry, Michael, gotta call them as I see them).
Looks like I'm stuck with foxnews.com and the blogs as my source for "real news". At lea st I know the biases there.