Who, What, When, Where, and How? Those were the questions that are taught by any high school’s writing class. I wouldn’t trust this article either. Do your own fact finding. One thing you will notice as soon as you are on Factcheck.org you will notice the insignia in the upper left corner looks eerily like President Obama’s. Curious, but don’t think for a minute that, that is the only issue.
Look up for yourself the question, Is Obama’s trip to Mumbai is costing the U.S. $200 million a day? The author, interjects that they don’t think so, right off the bat. Wow, what a way to start an objective fact finding trip. It would be like, if someone asked did we really put a man on the moon, and someone “objectively” states I don’t think so. Once started on that premise it is easy to see where it is heading. How the heck does someone objectively search the truth when the have a preconceive notion of the facts they check. Who is the author, and do they have any credibility?
Please do your fellow citizenry a favor, do the due diligence and look through many sources for all of your information. Somewhere in that mess you may be able to find the truth. Point is, the short answer is a resounding “NO”, do not trust just one, two, or even three source, however once you have done the research on many, many subjects you may find that one or two of them are telling the truth, all the time. Come to find out, the ones that tell the truth are usually the ones that tell you in the first place, don’t trust me alone, do your own research. If they lie, and people did check their facts, they wouldn’t have many followers for long. This is not an article on which sides are right or wrong, it is about what is fact versus jaded opinion. We as a country should be able to trust some agency or media outlet, however most seem to have an agenda. Please, don’t be hypnotized by them and do your own research, you may just discover who or what your watching and listening to are jaded.