Having access to a trustworthy, accurate, and transparent source of news is incredibly important these days.
However, I recognize that many of you are having difficulty deciding whether it makes sense to subscribe – or continue subscribing – to fact-focused news media platform BIG-Media.ca.
To help you save time with this crucial decision, I have compiled a list of advantages and disadvantages. You are welcome …
- You will have access to extremely accurate news on the most pressing matters, written by a team consisting of mostly accomplished scientists with high integrity.
- You will be far less likely to humiliate yourself by parroting the agenda-driven words of politicians, medical officials, and climate activists … only to find out that those words were wrong, Like, really wrong.
- You will enjoy being part of a vitriol-free community of critical thinkers.
- You can publish your own comments and posts on our site … without fear of being attacked by trolls or having your posts deleted for being overly accurate.
- Our BIG Bulletin newsletters will help keep you on top of the key issues.
- You will enjoy occasional laughs (and some eyerolls) from reading content under the BIG Chuckle category.
- Your boosted intelligence will translate to higher career earnings, which will WAY more than make up for the subscription cost of between $1.92 and $2.95 USD per week.
- Some of your friends will be annoyed when you politely correct them and provide links to critical context regarding the topics they are so excited about.
- We do not publish enough content to enable you to spend most of your waking hours reading the news.
- You will have to replace your running/hiking shoes more often … because you will actually use them with all the free time that comes with not being freaked out and glued to your screens.
- If you enjoy pointing out mistakes in media coverage, you will not have much fun on our site.
- You will need to carve about 45 seconds out of your busy week to sign up.
- As the smartest person in the room every time, it will be difficult to remain humble.
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I hope that I have made the decision a little easier for you 😉