Fact Check: It Depends!
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The fact-checking industry has grown tremendously in recent years, and mostly for good reason. Half-truths, outrageous rumors, and outright fabrications are common enough without the Internet. They are ubiquitous online. When fact-checking is well done (by, for instance, Glenn Kessler at the Washington Post or The Scrapbook’s fave, our Weekly Standard colleague Holmes Lybrand), it aids the intelligent reader’s capacity to negotiate the sea of online confusion.


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