Religious based tool for spreading conspiracy theories. Re-publishes lies from other sites, such as Discovery Institute. These lies damage Christianity in the name of which this site claims to operate.
After being notified that my email address had been stolen during an illegal hack, I started to receive multiple daily spam emails from this site. I've never signed up for their emails and can only assume that they bought my address, along with others, from the criminal groups involved in stealing this data.
Listen, there aren't "two sides" to everything; there is what is the case, and what isn't. Propagating falsehood needs to be stopped, one WOT comment at a time. The claims on this "news" site are unverified and unverifiable. Therefore, it's misleading; therefore, unethical. Take a look at their Seth Rich coverage--it's a disgrace. The claims are both misleading and unethical.
We live in a world of disgrace.
When I first got to this website it said "Congratulations, As part of our worldwide publicity campaign, we're giving one of the following prizes to you -- FREE!
As a very experienced user of the internet, this alone tells me that this site is crap and is not trust worthy.
Right-wing, Christian propaganda site spouting about how Americans are being "arrested for practicing the Christian faith", how Liberals are going to wipe out the Conservatives and a load of other rot. Do yourself a favor and just don't.