Snopes.com /ˈsnoʊps/, also known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is
a website .... How do I know the information you've presented is accurate?
Jun 17, 2016 ... Popular myth-busting website Snopes originally gained recognition for being the
go-to site for disproving outlandish urban legends -such as ...
Apr 10, 2009 ... Q: Is Snopes.com run by “very Democratic” proprietors? Did they lie to discredit a
State Farm insurance agent who attacked Obama? A: A chain ...
Snopes.com has been considered the 'tell-all final word' on any comment, claim
and email. Once negative article by them and people point and say, "See, I told ...
At its genesis, Snopes popped the bubbles surrounding urban legends and, at
times even provided some accurate insight into the stories behind those urban ...
Jul 31, 2016 ... Snopes' has proven that it has a political and partisan agenda, and that ... The
representations of Clinton's critics are largely accurate, but their ...
I used to believe this was an honest and accurate web site for which people
could get the truth about any subject. Now I see it as nothing but an extension of
Apr 27, 2013 ... I won't address those posts further, but I want to look at the issue of Snopes'
trustworthiness directly, along with the larger issue of reliable ...
Oct 5, 2011 ... As it turns out, there is quite a bit of general interest in the level of reliability of
Snopes. Finding detailed articles on this subject was certainly not ...
Sep 28, 2012 ... Some of the emails disparaging Snopes.com cite that TruthorFiction.com is a
much more reliable site. TruthorFiction.com lauds Snopes.com as ...