Stop Trying to Push Yahoo's Political Views on to Readers
The articles from Huffington Post and Salon are highly offensive to those who do not agree with Yahoo!'s liberal viewpoints. Please either provide an equal number of articles of differing viewpoints or take a neutral position. Stop trying to accelerate the decay of our society.
I am about fed up enough to cancel my Yahoo! account and stop visiting your site. I am quite sure that I am not alone!!!
John Higgins commented
Yahoo seems to chose to post offensive anti-moderate and anti-conservative stories. What is the business plan that makes that good for any non-political business? You have gotten me angry a few times. I've been a yahoo guy forever, but I have gmail and comcast accounts... Do I need you?
Adam Arnold commented
Ah, the liberal bias of reality. A much bigger concern is Yahoo posting anti-science, industry-paid propaganda and pretending that those views are as valid as reasoned, scientific arguments. Perhaps the "decay of our society" comes from people who prefer simplicity and convenience to progress and the asking of questions.
Offering opposing views is a good thing; balancing information with misinformation, however, is counterproductive.
On that note, any chance Yahoo can move "climate change is a farce" editorials out of my "science" content, and put them in a "paid advertisement" space that I can block?
I think Yahoo is biased because Yahoo employees want Obamacare for themselves.
Never mind that Obamacare is destroying the economy.
Please let us decide which sources we would like to see. How difficult is that?
It would be nice to be able to see news from a variety of sources without having to leave your homepage. But it seems that Yahoo is slanted one way. Please give us the option to remove or select a variety of news sources.
It will probably never replace my visits to Drudge, but it would be a good change.
Kevin Mooney commented
I can do without Fox, Newsmax, Inquisiter, etc. For that matter, get rid of Huffington Post as well.
These are the same stupid people, who watch that station that's run by Fox and call it news, posting here in support of this topic. Like the super brave soul who brought it up and was too scared to even post under a fake Internet name and used anonymous instead.
I am a moderately intelligent person that can see lightning and hear thunder on a good day. Why not just give me the facts and let me draw my own conclusions??? I do not need regurgitated and masticated opinion by anyone masquerading as news.
Well done Yahoo News. You have my full support.
what is YAHOO now, a political campaign site for the far leftist democrat party?
Huff Post and Salon are vile
The relative lack of racism and bigotry is 'highly offensive'? That is absurd. You want more racist and pro-imperialist articles so that your false sense of supremacy is not 'offended'? You should really just cancel your internet subscription and not go outside if you don't want to be offended by the existence of other people.
The Huffington Post must pay big bucks to spew its hatred all over the internet. It's completely annoying - Yahoo "news" or should I say, "left wing propaganda" ..... Fed up with the rabid left wing political garbage....
Shouldn't the November election prove to these narcissistic idiots that the rest of the nation doesn't agree with their s%$t
Erik Tavares commented
Very, very true. I started counting the amount of stories based on categories, taking into consideration any changes to the feed that might be made based on my own viewing choices. Regardless of what I personally like to read, I discovered is that Yahoo is OBSESSED with gay marriage issues, anti-religion, pro-liberal, anti-Right articles. Yet there is little of anything else sharing opposing viewpoints and any of these subjects.
You want to be considered "news"? Then have balance!
Either add Fox News of take off HuffingPost.
And make it so we can comment on ANY news item without belonging to the identity-theiving Facebook or Twitter.
Funny, I was thinking the opposite. The 10/9/2014 story from Forbes quotes the NIPCC for climate data; not the IPCC. The NIPCC is a "scientific" panel handpicked by petroleum interests to confuse the IPCC; the International Panel for Climate Change.
It seems news should report facts, not promote opinions.
No wonder I seldom venture to Yahoo anymore.
If you want a non-liberal bend, unplug yourself from the internet and listen to Rush.
Lately yahoo has been on the trash Obama bandwagon...check today for example...and there are plenty of sites that skew right...getting very tired of the bashing of this president and am considering moving away from Yahoo altogether.
ernest downing commented
I agree, your stories are all the way left