I'm going to start by saying "nothing on the web dealing with the truth in politics should ever be considered ideology free". Urban legends, Bigfoot and UFO stories and rumors are perhaps best addressed at these so called "truth" sites. I've been on both sides of the coin for many many years and everyone, every group and every entity has a bias and for any of them to advertise they are "non-biased" is your first indicator they ARE biased. Factcheck uses some interesting new ideas in spinning thier views by sourcing scewed reports in what seems to be an effort in overwhelming the reader with multiple sources that have already been established as biased. But they do use old tricks such as thier name and answering questions posed by only themselves that is currently on top of the news to reinforce support of that particular topic. In addition, the big bust is being backed by an organization that has been confirmed to lean one way or the other. In this case it's the Annenberg Foundation which is a well know liberal establishment with a long history of supporting liberal policies, views and politicians. In any event, "factcheck.org" is without question a very left leaning organization with dozens of statements that can/have been deemed false and even misleading. Opinion: Do the research your self and always check the source.
Tip for consumers: Do your own research, factcheck, is biased.
This site gives unbiased opinions and facts behind major campaign ads and speeches. It has no tilts toward any side and uses facts, yes actual FACTS when explaining the reasoning behind an explanation of something. What the news or a political and then go to factcheck.org to see if it's true.
This website is a great way for people to find out the truth about politics, especially with the election coming up. It gives unbiased facts! you can also ask questions and be given truthful answers!
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