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Being a former Toastmaster, I always appreciate being exposed to ideas that I don't necessarily agree with. In the debates that I participated in, I learned that you could actually win either side if you prepared properly .
Having said that, I have long believed that nobody's opinion is ever wrong. It's simply their opinion. However, if it is based on false information (FOX network being one example) it is not an INFORMED opinion.
That's also true of White House Insider.
An independent source called MediaBias/Fact Check analyzed the site, and found that it was not a reliable source of information:
"CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE Sources in the Conspiracy-Pseudoscience category may publish unverifiable information that is not always supported by evidence."
As further proof of that fact, my McAfee anti-virus program said, "whoa, are you sure you want to go there?" when I tried to open your link.
The Pulitzer Prize is awarded to news sources that peer organizations feel have done an exceptional job of reporting. The New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Boston Globe have won the most, which is why I have paid subscriptions to all three.
Television shows received Emmys, and the "main stream media" companies have received the most. Despite the fact that it has existed since 1996, FOX has only won one Emmy.
If you are looking for RELIABLE sources, the best ones are BBC, NPR and the Economist. The least biased newspaper is the Des Moines Register.
Use the MediaBias/Fact Check to read more about them.