Politics of the FM site: radical leftist reformer or right-wing iconoclast?

Here is an answer to the most-often asked question about this site:  what is its political orientation, its bias?

Is the FM site home of a radical leftist reformer or right-wing iconoclast?

One virtue of the FM site is its clear position about the politics of 21st century America:  I stand against them.  Choosing a party today is like cattle at the stockyards choosing a pen.  They (being smarter than us) don’t bother with party identification.  They don’t cheer the “left-side” pen:  the virtue of its prisoners, the beauty of the fence, the free food.  Those in the “right-side” pen don’t wear logos or bumper-stickers, or trumpet their superior intelligence over those in the other pen.

However clear, this position confuses some people.  Here is the answer, more clearly stated — the true politics of the FM site, plainly stated:right wing and left wing

  1. It’s a left-wing site!  and
  2. It’s a right-wing site!

(1)  It’s a left-wing site!

“You are so in the tank for the current Democratic leadership that I hope you’re breathing Nitrox.” (source)

With friends writing articles like those on the FM site, President Obama needs no enemies.   Another view:

{Y}ou are a left wing idealist. you hardly ever represent the right wing in any of your posts (source).

He must know very few leftist idealists.  These assertions are obviously wrong.  For example, some major themes on the FM website that lefties abhor:

  • A critical view of Obama and many of his policies.
  • A skeptical view of anthropogenic global warming (AGW).

For evidence, look at the FM Reference Pages on the right-side menu bar; click on Obama, his administration and policies. You will see dozens of posts, including the following:

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