Our goal:

  1. To create a platform for discussion and debate available to all, regardless of ideology.
  2. To analyze the social, political, and economic issues of the day using facts and sources instead of empty ideological platitudes.
  3. To discuss our conclusions without the animosity, rhetoric, and anger that permeates most online debate these days.

What "biased" means:

  • Merriam-Webster: "Having or showing an unfair tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are better than others"
  • The Cambridge Dictionary: "Showing an unreasonable preference or dislike based on personal opinion."
  • American Heritage Dictionary: "prejudiced (holding unreasonable preconceived judgments or convictions)"
  • Oxford Dictionary: "Unfairly prejudiced for or against someone or something"




  • 17-Apr-2016

College Students Speechless

This is far more common than one might think. According to a new report, 65% of America's colleges and universities maintain severely restrictive speech codes. Less than 4% allow unrestricted free speech. For example..

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  • 7-Jun-2016

The Recession

POLITICAL NARRATIVE: The reason it's taken so long to recover from this recession is because it was the deepest, worst recession since the Great Depression. REALITY: It did not have the most job losses (1945 did)..

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  • 10-May-2016

Voter Equality

In a key voter equality case ruling this week, the Supreme Court dealt a blow against conservatives who'd been hoping to change the way congressional districts are drawn. At issue was the long established doctrin..

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