Being a news consumer is brutal. Just think about the options you encounter:

  • Social Media algorithms feed you endless amounts of trash, sensational hot takes, and meaningless gossip.

  • News apps provide a mildly improved experience consuming the same stuff you see on social media.

  • Any one news brand is at best going to give you an incomplete and skewed perspective.

The mainstream media dominates market-share, but is so out-of-touch that very few trust them anymore — they’ve become so excessive in their bias and their breathless coverage of meaningless narratives will make anyone cringe.

Meanwhile, conservative media fails to be the needed voice of reason — There is too much unserious hysteria, commentary no one needs, and too many influencers more concerned with growing a following than reporting the news.

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  • We strive to get straight to the point of why stories matter with blunt language. If you want to read more, we’ll show you where to go, but we want to make sure you understand what’s going on.

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