28 August 2018


I've noticed something about articles from pro-gun news sites that I don't see at liberal ones very often, if at all.

There's a link to the primary source of information mentioned in the article.

I first noticed this trend while trying to chase down a study quoted in several global warming sites while Anglave the Sealion was sealioning me.

I ran a loop of links that referenced other news sites and never actually got to the actual paper they were quoting.

I did eventually find the paper, under a different title than quoted, with an abstract that contradicted the content of the articles.  The quote does appear in the paper, but in a speculative tone rather than as a conclusion.

This, by the way, establishes a pattern I've noticed a lot.

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