What Is All Facts Matter?
All Facts Matter is devoted to a simple proposition: Facts, evidence, and data are the best weapons against propaganda.
Today's media is a toxic stew of agenda-driven propaganda. Narratives take precedence over the actual facts, evidence, and data that are the true essence of any news story. Watch any news show, or browse any news site, and you will quickly find the following:
Facts are mis-stated.
Evidence is misrepresented.
Data is frequently missing altogether.
Ideology is presented as information.
Rather than inform, today's media is designed to indoctrinate, delude, confound, and confuse.
Simply put, this is wrong. Media is capable of so much more than this. You deserve better than this.
The goal of All Facts Matter is push back against the propaganda and the ideology.
Here I present what others choose to ignore.
Where the media presents propaganda, I strive to provide information.
My goal is not to tell you what to think, but to give you plenty about which to think.
I Need Your Support
All Facts Matter takes in no advertising dollars, nor any corporate sponsorships. The only financial support I receive are the generous subscriptions and donations through Ko-Fi from you, the readers. Your support is invaluable in helping me produce the quality content you deserve, and for your generosity, I am eternally grateful.
Those who choose a paying subscription will receive early access on my premium articles—the ones that require extra research. Paid subscribers always get to see those articles first, with the remainder of the readership base getting to read them a week or so later.
All subscribers and those who choose to donate via Ko-Fi will always receive my eternal gratitude and appreciation.
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All subscribers are free to comment on my articles—and are encouraged to do so. Your thoughts are every bit as important as the material I present. I welcome everyone’s commentary and feedback.
My one rule on discussion threads is simply to treat everyone with basic respect and common decency. Disagreements are welcome. Being disagreeable is not.
Honesty Above All
I am human. I am going to make mistakes. I am going to misread, misinterpret, and misunderstand things.
I will make mistakes, and I will correct those mistakes—and do so honestly and openly. Whether there is a need to substantively revise an article in light of new additional information, changes will be fully disclosed, either by documenting revisions to articles already published or by presenting additional follow-up research clarifying and correcting previous materials.
Note: I am always striving to find the best way to present corrections and revisions to articles, so there will be some variance in how those are presented.
I will make mistakes, but they will be honest mistakes.