Main Page

From Issuepedia
Revision as of 14:14, 11 April 2019 by Woozle (talk | contribs)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

2019-04-11 Everything is finally working again! I think! >.>

About

Issuepedia is on a deep-dive mission into the facts behind public discourse, and the deceptions that power players use to engineer public sentiment counter to those facts. More...

As of 13:47 UTC on Monday, October 25, 2021, Issuepedia has 5,425 articles.

Currently active: The Trump administration is using Portland, Oregon as a dry run for totalitarianism, which has re-ignited protests there. (2020.07.14 - 07.31)

Quote

The American media are largely co-opted, and their few remaining vestiges of real investigative journalism are crippled by financial constraints.
Glenn Greenwald ...(more quotes)

On-Site

Article Updates

ArticleModification date"Modification date" is a predefined property that corresponds to the date of the last modification of a subject and is provided by Semantic MediaWiki.
Voter fraud22 October 2021 12:05:47
Donald Trump19 October 2021 00:50:53
The Authoritarians19 October 2021 00:38:34
Pete Buttigieg16 October 2021 13:26:56
Ted Budd15 October 2021 23:30:44
War on Christmas14 October 2021 14:13:50
That's your opinion13 October 2021 13:50:07
Source equivocation13 October 2021 13:45:57
Opinion13 October 2021 13:45:39
Opinion equivocation13 October 2021 13:44:32
Koch family9 October 2021 15:04:38
One America News Network8 October 2021 12:43:08
Electoral fraud22 September 2021 23:31:14
Elaine O'Neal22 September 2021 19:28:34
Javiera Caballero22 September 2021 19:07:58
Election/2004/US/president22 September 2021 15:32:40
Election/2008/US/president22 September 2021 15:04:35
Election/2012/US/NC/05/0822 September 2021 15:00:56
Election/2016/US/president22 September 2021 14:38:00
Obamacare20 September 2021 00:33:06
Conservoidism20 September 2021 00:27:24
FDA fetal head purchase disinfomeme19 September 2021 13:56:27
Disinfomeme19 September 2021 13:33:20
Ivermectin16 September 2021 23:47:23
Beau of the Fifth Column16 September 2021 15:43:23
Nextdoor16 September 2021 13:46:27
Public endangerment4 September 2021 00:09:04
US/NC31 August 2021 19:58:10
US Pledge of Allegiance31 August 2021 14:00:18
Afghanistan17 August 2021 14:08:32
Obamamisia6 August 2021 13:49:16
Barack Obama5 August 2021 16:28:18
Victim-blaming3 August 2021 13:50:08
Straw-man advocacy3 August 2021 13:37:54
Straw man3 August 2021 13:37:21
Sourceless interpretation3 August 2021 13:37:01
Semantic chameleon3 August 2021 13:34:07
Sealioning3 August 2021 13:33:41
Position dancing3 August 2021 13:28:20
Performative leftism3 August 2021 13:27:56
Not-pology3 August 2021 13:23:09
Naked assertion3 August 2021 13:22:10
Moving the goalposts3 August 2021 13:21:53
Moving the fulcrum3 August 2021 13:21:26
Misrepresentation3 August 2021 13:21:08
Logical fallacy3 August 2021 13:20:30
Dismissive statement3 August 2021 13:11:35
Denialism3 August 2021 13:08:50
Big lie3 August 2021 13:03:57
Black box argument3 August 2021 13:00:03
... further results

Commentaries


Announcements

  • 2021-06-17 Removed Patreon link (nobody was donating and Patreon suspended the page for inactivity)
  • 2020-07-21 Issuepedia now has a Patreon page!
  • 2017-10-29 Issuepedia has been moved to a new server, and finally supports https!
  • 2016-11-16 Issuepedia's database is now over 15 gigabytes. I'm not sure how much of that is spam (and reversions of same), but still...
  • 2016-01-20 MediaWiki has been upgraded to version 1.26.2, in the hope that this would resolve some errors. It didn't really, so I eventually had to block AhRefsbot, which was overloading the system and ignoring my changes to robots.txt. Sorry, guys, I can't wait 2 weeks for your bots to slow down. (Also upgraded SMW to v2.3.)
  • 2015-10-31 MediaWiki has been upgraded to version 1.25.3. SCARY!!!

Did You Know

...that at least 24.1% of the United States*, including most of most of Washington DC, is behind walls of unofficial, unaccountable censorship rather like the so-called Great Firewall of China? (*Verizon 8.8%, Comcast 15.3%) Update: In 2010, a federal appeals court ruled that this is ok. past editions

Filed Links