“I thought I can help [Trump] to win the presidency by creating a website. So I created endingthefed.com. I feel sorry for posting some ‘fake’ news. I removed them but at that time, I didn’t really know about them being fake.”
politicot.com and newslo.com are the reason why God invented Ad-Blockers . . . But is the site real or satire? Wade through the ads with us and let's find out!
bigstory.ap.org is a wing of the Associated Press news agency. News collected by the AP is then published by more than 1,700 newspapers and over 5,000 television and radio stations. But . . . how reliable are they?
We almost feel bad reviewing nbc-news.net. Undoubtedly, seasoned RoS visitors wouldn't fall for the site's cheap tactics. Putting this here kinda feels like we're insulting our readership. But . . . someone submitted it, so we're obliged to review it.
allenwestrepublic.com site is a conservative news-based opinion site that supports "Allen West and his level of conservatism." But is there more to it? Refreshingly, there isn't. Read more:
africametro.com's stated goal is to "provide access to a full range of what Africans themselves are saying, thinking and publishing [. . .]." But are they real or satire?
We review two alternativemediasyndicate.com stories to help us determine if Alternative Media Syndicate is real, satire, or something else altogether!
Per their Facebook page: "The Red Rock Tribune is a conservative news and opinion website."
My father always told me: "If it's too good to be true, then it's probably not." That's certainly the case with an article we're reviewing from CNN.com.de. Read onward!
NewsWire-24.com is based in the U.K. and geared mostly towards that audience. We looked at two stories, as best we could, to determine if it's real or not. Read onward: