This site promotes false scientific and economic news and as such is unreliable and untrustworthy.
Here is just one sample of how untrustworthy this site is as a source of news. This article describes how this site had to take down a story because it drew from faked sources:
This organization is also in violation of tax law in that it is hiding profits under the guise of being a non-profit, which it clearly is not:
The site itself is in possession of numerous trackers and the sort, so it brings into consideration privacy risks. Due to the nature of the site there is occasionally the presence of shocking or gruesome content.
Blatant right-wing bias (and I use the term "bias" lightly).
Uses strong loaded words.
Passes blatantly false claims as truth
(example: "Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia, is "ripping out" a plaque dedicated to George Washington because it might offend people." (they were relocating the plaques, not removing them)).
They even posted a video compilation (on January 27, 2017) celebrating cars and trucks pushing through crowds of protesters (which was later deleted; archived copy here http://archive.is/UEAXU )
Should in no way be trusted as a credible source of information.
Trashy... pornography type stuff in the ads. Not suitable for children.
[UPDATE:] They have cleaned up their ads as of December 2016. The content they write about is one of the more honest reporting websites since they attempt to report the "facts only," unlike the massive bias that was exposed within the main stream media in 2016, They report news whether it fits their personal narrative or not ...unlike MSM.
Trustworthy news source, it sure isn't a liberal site, therefore their investigations, articles and fact checking won't please those who prefer liberal media style.
Facts and logic are used in articles, it's nowhere near anything considered as blind-following a candidate/party or whatever. You also often get opponents/proponents tribunes/opinion articles on issues.
The site itself appears to be safe, but the content is riddled with quotes from right wing front groups and the article I read was wrong headed, exceedingly one sided, and unfairly negative against renewable energy.I trust that the site is well maintained and safe to browse, but do not trust the content at all.This misinformation provided by the site is unsafe for everyone including children.Likely part of the Koch funded corporate right wing political echo chamber.
Right wing "journalism" that makes up lies and carries a sarcastic tone that only serves to please people with identical opinions as the childish "journalists" which write for the site
Also carries numerous trackers and anti-privacy scripts to sell user's data to the highest bidder
The Daily Caller is, effectively, a blog (as opposed to a legitimate news outlet). They've been caught by media watchdog groups in publishing outright lies and promoting deceptively edited videos that promote their particular agenda.
Ads look like stories and link to spam and scam sites. See instant checkmate ad for background info. Very bad. I like most of the articles, however they need to find better advertisers and not use deceptive techniques to get you to click them.