Stupid Politics exists to provide humor: We believe there is humor to be found in almost any news. To that end, we don’t pretend we’re a news agency or that we’re unbiased. We produce op/eds, not news.
Our favorite tools are humor, irony, satire and good old-fashioned snark. Nevertheless, we strive for accuracy and quality. We offer commentary and opinions about the news of the day. You might disagree with, or be offended by, our opinions and viewpoints. That’s okay. No doubt someone else out there would be offended by your opinions or viewpoints too. Welcome to free speech, where people you don’t like and say things you don’t like have the same rights as you!
At the end of the day, however, we want to tell the truth:
- We produce editorials and opinions, not fiction.
- We might, for instance, make fun of a politician for saying or doing something we consider stupid, but we’ll accurately quote the politician.
- We might use irony or satire, but we’ll make it clear we’re doing so.
We’re not perfect: Sooner or later everyone misspells a name, or gets a date or location wrong, or presents info from another source that turns out to be inaccurate.
When this happens, we correct the misinformation and add a correction notice in the article in question.
If you spot a typo or inaccuracy, use the Contact page to tell us and we’ll fix it.
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