Bias-revealed news – brevnews.com – is your bipartisan online news source that aspires to be the world’s most reliable news source. Brevnews has a bipartisan Board of Directors that seeks to establish a transparent editorial process where each news article identifies the biases of its editors. It is a truism that everyone has a bias, and it has become almost universally-accepted that there is no “unbiased” news source. Brevnews seeks to become the only news source that reveals the biases of its editors.
Brevnews also aspires towards brevity (brevis means ‘short’ in latin)—articles that cut to the heart of the news and report facts without extraneous commentary and unnecessary verbiage. Editors with different biases (at least one with a conservative perspective and at least one with a liberal perspective) will collaborate to eliminate “spin” from articles published in the center Breaking News column. For “spin,” you’ll look to the sides. Commentary with a liberal perspective will be published in the left column, while commentary with a conservative perspective will be published in the right column.
Brevnews is nonprofit public benefit corporation organized under California’s Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for the specific purpose of providing the public with an objectively balanced news source. It is a public charity exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to Brevnews under IRC Section 170. Brevnews also is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under Section 2055, 2106, or 2522.
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