Thought Pundit seeks the Truth
When you watch the news or read a newspaper or watch a late-night talk show host, what do you think about the information you get? Is it accurate, fact-based, reliable or unbiased? Can you form an accurate worldview around the information? Should you care? Can you distinguish between information based on hard facts and so-called “fake news?”
To be well-informed, with a healthy view on social and political events and issues, you need to rely on true and accurate facts. Thought Pundit seeks the truth. That is not always an easy proposition. After all, some of the Internet’s best known “fact checkers” are actually very biased and sources of misleading “facts.”
In the process of seeking accurate information, the Thought Pundit will provide meaningful, useful information for every segment of society. While revealing factual information may be a welcome endeavor to many readers, it is assumed that the truth will challenge the perceived truth to others when it does not contort to their accepted truth. We accept that this is a very real possibility. In those cases, we ask those readers to stay with us. We are not trying to mislead you; but to inform you.
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