That's what Zfacts is. Luckily it's a pretty thin disguise. If you wander through the pages you'll discover, quite quickly, that they don't seem to have any facts concerning Democrat funding or left thought. Reams of information on Republicans and that most elusive of creatures, the 'Neocon'.
Most damning is the views on Social Security. I'm no fan of Bush's plan to 'privatize' Social Security; but that doesn't mean that SS doesn't need fixing, or isn't a ponzi scheme in it's last phase before collapse (and it will, as soon as the baby boomers start collecting their checks) If you read the pages on SS at Zfacts, everything is fine and Bush is trying to rob the trust fund. Glad to hear it. I'll be making withdrawals from that 'trust fund' in the near future, I wouldn't want to think that there's going to be any problems getting 'my money' (and it is mine, at least until we get to the other end of the 40 thousand they've withheld over the years) from the lovable cuddly federal gov't and it's 'oh so friendly' bureaucrats.
Doesn't change the fact that Social Security is a socialist program; the definition of which is a 'gov't managed business'. Or the fact that 40 thousand set aside by me personally would have grown to about half a million in the time the gov't has held it.
So much for Stoft's claim to not have a 'bias'.