Can you believe this nonsense. Terms & Conditions Update as of july..
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AOL does that too. Never send your content over AOL.
By the way you may want to use a more professional source than infowars. Try http://www.RT.com instead.
RT is just Russian gov propaganda. This is one place I disagree with you lucky...and there aren't many. Infowars breaks ALOT of seriously nasty shit...even if alex hypes stuff a bit too much. But it seems most of the sheep only start moving based off fear (this is actually pretty much psych 101). AT least he uses fear to get people questioning authority.
It's all propaganda. That includes Alex Jones.
But you can choose the propaganda which you agree with rather than that which you disagree with.
If you're interested in knowing the truth then no one is going to spoon feed it to you. You have to investigate and find it for yourself. Anyone who offers to reveal the truth is in a position to feed you disinfo.
I can only speak for myself but I like RT and Rawstory more than Infowars. At the same time I know not to take it too seriously. I get my serious information from Google Scholar, Wikipedia, and my own primary sources.
secondary source -> http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-echochambers-27074746
primary source -> http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9354310
Princeton did a study which proved scientifically that the United States is not a democracy or a republic but is an oligarchy. The primary source is the journal and the truth can be found in journals like these. Then you have media instruments which sometimes take something in a journal and spin it, adding ideology and politics, or in other cases they rely on pseudo-science, or in rare cases they bring experts on who actually know what they talk about but it's rare and even then it can be part of spin. So I just like to look at the papers from the .edu for myself and reach my own conclusion on whether or not it's true.