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SHOCKING: Weird climate change poll suggests that money matters to people.
, 02 Jul 2014 by LiberalBias.com

Climate change poll results depend on exactly what the question asks.

Liberals have been trumpeting a recent poll result that suggests people are willing to pay more for their energy bills in order to fight global warming a.k.a. climate change. “By an almost two-to-one margin, 62 percent to 33 percent, Americans say they would pay more for energy if it would mean a reduction in pollution


“Regulations are a burden on business” says Rick Perry
, 24 Apr 2013 by LiberalBias.com

government regulation

Rick Perry says, “Come to Texas where your business won’t be burdened with regulations!” Unfortunately, this graph isn’t cooperating very well with his slogan.   There isn’t too much else to say about this graph, except maybe to point out this: When Rand Paul says, “We don’t need regulations, just let market forces decide who


Talking about specific gun regulations can lead to liberal bias!
, 21 Dec 2012 by LiberalBias.com

Specific Gun Control Policies

Good conservatives know to always, always debate gun control using the most abstract ideas and words possible. Details and specifics have a nasty habit of leading to liberal bias. This graph about gun control is a perfect illustration of this principle. When the general population is asked about “gun control” in general they quite naturally


Acid rain has liberal bias!
, 07 Jan 2012 by LiberalBias.com

According to this graph, sulfur dioxide emissions have decreased dramatically since the 1990 “Clean Air Act,” which used a cap-and-trade system to regulate sulfur dioxide, took effect. It also shows that the overall cost of the program is much lower than was projected at the time. According to some reports, the overall benefits and health


Electricity has a liberal bias!
, 26 Dec 2011 by LiberalBias.com

Regulation destroys the free market and inflates costs by adding unneeded costs to business. This is just good conservative sense. Any conservative economist will tell you that removing regulation and allowing competition to reign supreme will result in lower prices. However, data from the deregulation of electricity providers in Texas seems to contradict this fact:


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