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Blame Wikipedia: 'Dead' Senator Hatch trolls Google over solid 'fact-checking'

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For those of you who use Wikipedia as your 'proof' of something be it known the information can be supplied by anyone and does not necessarily give you the truth.  

Back when the Corporate Media Propagandists were telling us Dick Cheney was not drafted because he was too old I posted an edit (which you are allowed to do) listing his birth date and his age after the 6 deferments he had, which showed he was in fact of draft age. My edit which was taken down within a five-minute time leaving the people to believe he was too old to be drafted.  

Wikipedia is the Fox of the internet - believe at your own risk.  

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Dennis Kaiser is an author and consultant focusing on individual rights. As a US citizen Dennis is deeply concerned over how our nation has fallen from being productive and full of hope to one where that hope is being stripped from the majority as (more...)

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