FOX News has recently gone through a purge of some of its most controversial figures.
Fox ousted contributors Sarah Palin and Dick Morris, two of the most  obnoxiously partisan figures on the network’s air.
Karl Rove, himself sidelined by Fox after the election, has helped start a  new super PAC, the Conservative Victory Fund, designed to keep controversial  conservatives like Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) from winning Senate primaries.
Senate GOP leaders created what amounts to a buddy system with their caucus’s most popular tea party  members, Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas, to get their help in  taming anti-establishment conservatives.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has been running around the country warning  anyone who will listen that Republicans must quit being the “stupid party” that  nominates nutty candidates.  -Politico
In addition, FOX has taken on actual progressive voice in Dennis Kucinich. What the heck is happening?

One high-profile Republican strategist, who refused to be named  in order to avoid inflaming the very segments of the party he wants to silence,  said there is a deliberate effort by party leaders to “marginalize the cranks,  haters and bigots — there’s a lot of underbrush that has to be cleaned out.”

FOX is savvy if nothing else about the bottom line. Does this mean that the lucrative teet of the mad cow of right wing anger is running dry? I guess we will have to stay tuned.