So get info such as 9th circuit court has 80% cases overturned - the highest in the system - would you fact check that on snopes or the American Bar association first? " .. more than 99 percent of that circuit’s decisions stood and the Supreme Court reviewed a scant 0.106 percent of circuit court cases each year." The answer is yes … and really no. Confused? Many are, because we all suck at math.
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As I noted in my answer: http://www.npr.org/2012/01/10/144974110/political-...
The only way to really find unbiased answers is to do your own research from scratch, otherwise you swallowing whatever bias or BS they are feeding u
What I've learned from HP: no matter which sites you use to verify facts, somebody is going to tell you they're biased. I could say I was standing there, watching an event happen, and someone would still yell bias.
Indeed... I guess the point I would like to make, is that the 'fact check' sites aren't 100% reliable, and have a tendency to be not quite so factual in their fact checking.