GW University Challenges Voters to ‘Face the Facts’

Tuesday, 31 Jul 2012 05:08 PM

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Newsmax.com is participating in George Washington University’s Face the Facts USA, a website offering daily, provocative facts pertaining to “big issues” affecting the United States. The facts will be presented daily during the final 100 days leading up to Election Day.

The stated mission of Face the Facts USA: “To give you facts we know to be true. To show you how we know. To make facts compelling, memorable, creative - and triggers for informed debate and needed solutions.”

On each day, Face the Facts USA will offer “one new straight-up fact,” along with the source of the fact; commentary from several varied news sources, including Newsmax.com; and options for feedback including comments on the fact page itself.

Stop by each day until Election Day at FacetheFactsUSA.org.

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