posted on Aug, 30 2012 @ 09:32 PM
That site is political in nature. All the news stories you see are political.
What makes it different, un-partial if you will, is that it breaks down the articles for you. Telling you in what direction the article is spun, or if
it's not spun at all. It even tells you how "educated" the writing is.
This makes it easier for the reader to discern what is being said and why. If you don't want to read something that is Republican in nature, you
don't have to read the first few paragraphs to figure it out. The editors already did that for you.
It's also good from an educational standpoint. If you so choose, you can read an article with the focus on why something is being reported in the
vein that it is. This helps you to better understand the mindset of people who have a different political affiliation than you.
This, a better understanding, in turn leads to a more educated view of the whole picture. Both your standing on an issue and theirs. And this, in my
opinion, helps get issues resolved quicker and with more depth. Being un-partial, or at the very least bi-partisan, gives you the whole view of a
topic. Not just the scenery from one side of the fence.
I'm not a political animal, I'm married to my job at this point, but many people are. Regardless of what some people might tell you, bi partisanship
is virtually non-existent today. This is the reason why Congress can't agree on anything and nothing substantial gets accomplished. Hopefully, this
site will take off and will leave a trail of copycats behind it making this train of thought more widely available to more people. And hopefully, this
will wake people up to the fact that the current two party system we have is too political in nature to get things accomplished. Hopefully, sites like
this will put a more personal spin on everything so we can once again see the real world forest through the political trees.
In short, this site is taking the motto "Deny Ignorance" to a whole new level.