05-21 Politically Incorrect Daily

Tip of the Day

Never trust a website to provide accurate information just because they call themselves “fact checkers”. Anyone can call themselves fact-checkers and “non-partisan”. It doesn’t make it true. Several fact-check organizations like PolitiFact and Media Matters are set up by liberal donors like George Soros to silence and discredit their opposition in a behind-the-scenes way. Other fact check organizations like AP, Washington Post, and CNN fact checks are dominated by liberally biased individuals who inject opinion & distorted research into their work. Recently, websites have been set up to fact check the fact-checkers┬ábecause the label is so abused. It’s scary that tech companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter are increasingly relying on these supposed fact checkers for algorithms to filter out so called “fake news”. More often than not though, these algorithms will turn into tools of censorship of any conservative or libertarian ideas. If you compare political searches of Google to other search engines like DuckDuckGo.com, you’ll see these censorship algorithms are already working.

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Quote of the Day

It is not my intention to do away with government. It is rather to make it work — work with us, not over us; stand by our side, not ride on our back. Government can and must provide opportunity, not smother it; foster productivity, not stifle it. — Ronald Reagan

05-07 Politically Incorrect Daily

Random Thought of the Day

I tried out the DuckDuckGo search engine for the first time, which doesn’t track you or give out your personal info like Google and Facebook (so they claim, anyway). I compared it to Google for a number of searches. For usual stuff such as local business hours, how-to videos, movie reviews, etc., I seemed to get similar results. However, for politics, the results were dramatically different. It was almost as if the Democratic Party had hand picked the results for certain topics on Google. For example, if I searched for Clinton Foundation and Obama IRS targeting scandals, I received basic facts and descriptions on DuckDuckGo. On Google, I received mainly refutation and debunking articles. Most people rarely go past the first page of search results, so this kind of programming bias and censorship is a serious issue.

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Quote of the Day

If a man is in a minority of one, we lock him up. — Oliver Wendall Holmes