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Their site tag says it all: “Satire for the wise. News for the dumb.” - is not only eager to toss out any pro-Trump fake-news that'll give the most clicks, they are willing to accept sponsored posts from other liars. -

This one is actually easy, simply because the site itself tells us that it’s satirical. Check their Facebook About page and you’ll see — Long Description. Tribune Herald is a satirical publication. So . . . that’s that, right? 😉 -

When Failbluedot joined Reddit 3 months ago, this was their* introduction: Just joined reddit and tried to look if there was a specific place in this subreddit to introduce myself first — sorry if I missed the right place before posting. Russian Jewish atheist in Sydney increasingly interested in SJ issues and decreasing worldsuck. Hello 🙂 The epi-pseudonymous website is… -

Unlike some of the less scrupulous sites out there, Sports Pickle is upfront about their satirical nature. -

Spoiler-Alert: We think American News is satire. You read that right: we're marking American News "satire". Not just ''fake news", but honest to goodness satire . . . of a sort. But lest you're quick to judge and judge us harshly, here us out: -

So you found a new medical site — that’s great! But . . . should you follow their medical advice? Answer these three questions before you do: -

From Iron E-News‘ logo-title: Satire News. Liberal with Humor. Conservative with Truth. - is ‘real’ for the sake of our purposes here, meaning, it’s not satirical. Fond of citing the New York Post, another in the Murdoch sensationalist crop, it’s more an anti-Obama mouthpiece than anything else. This was the article that was submitted to us: Basically, it’s blasting Obama for firing over 100 military personnel, including some generals. But the… -

No one should look to for unbiased news reporting — it's in the name, after all. Calling them 'bias' is like calling our sun the closest star to Earth. -

Not even sure what the point is for, or the other sites connected to it. Doesn't matter; it's all fake -- and only barely funny. -

By their own admission: Raw Story is a progressive news site that focuses on stories often ignored in the mainstream media. While giving coverage to the big stories of the day, we also bring our readers’ attention to policy, politics, legal and human rights stories that get ignored in an infotainment culture driven solely by pageviews. Their original reporting has… - 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: -

The White Voice is not-so-thinly veiled racism dressed up as ‘true progressive-ism.’ I don’t buy it, of course, but you know . . . they have books out and stuff, so. Whatever. [Editor’s Note: This racial shitbag doesn’t deserve to be listed as ‘real.’ Yes, Joe Adams (real name, likely, Joe Hayward) is dead-serious about his nonsense, but our site… -

This one is, thankfully, an easy one. The link submitted to us was this one: Portland Police arrest 35 in Black Friday vegan strip club riot From That Oregon Life’s About Us page: That Oregon Life is a satirical and entertainment website. We only use invented names in all our stories, except in cases when public figures are being satirized.… -

Stormfront and its members are, unfortunately, real. Really, that’s all we can say about them and the wretched, racist bile that drips from their lips. If, in your many varied social media circles, anyone is resharing Storm Front articles as facts, you should seriously consider re-evaluating your social media circles. [Editorial Note: I can’t, in good faith, let this entry… -

Mother Jones reports investigative and breaking news on politics, the environment, human rights, and culture. It might be snarky and sarcastic at times, but it’s legit. From their Facebook page: Mother Jones is an award-winning nonprofit news organization that publishes in-depth investigative reporting, game-changing breaking news, and innovative coverage across politics, the environment, health, human rights, culture, and more. Their… -

From their Disclaimer page: Free Wood Post is a news and political satire web publication, which may or may not use real names, often in semi-real or mostly fictitious ways. All news articles contained within are fiction, and presumably fake news. From their Twitter profile: News That’s Almost Reliable -

From their About Page: "Abe Finklestein is a Bonafide Sports Humour Website created by South Carolina native Beefy “funny” Barnes a South Carolina import and thugged out nerd who now resides in Phila’s University City." Some of it gave me a good chuckle a couple times. -

Ireland’s The Phoenix fashions itself like Britain’s Private Eye — investigative journalism, current affairs, and satire. The Phoenix’s satire is the kind of satire that you know is satire, straight away. Plus, it’s sectioned off. So if you see that someone sourced the “Craic and Codology” section of The Phoenix, you have our permission to give the him a toe…

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