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Ep 15: Zach Heltzel’s Coming Out Video: a response to mean, bullying liberals
, 02 Sep 2014 by Zach Heltzel

Zach Heltzel's coming out video

Some people call it “brave” when someone comes out of the closet as gay. But that’s not brave, not in today’s liberal society! These days, there are plenty of things much more scary than coming out as gay… coming out as conservative, for example! This has inspired Zach Heltzel to make his own brave “coming


Liberal statistics predict no effect of tax cuts on economic growth
, 14 Dec 2012 by LiberalBias.com

Earlier this week, we reported that liberal statistics were refusing to show that tax hikes destroy the stock market. Well, they are at it again: this time, statistics are maliciously showing that cutting taxes does not lead to economic growth! This graph shows countries that have implemented policies of cutting the top marginal tax rates


Mitt Romney was right about all you deadbeat losers.
, 04 Oct 2012 by LiberalBias.com

Mitt Romney has gotten a lot of flack about saying 47% of the people are pathetic losers. Well, he was right. In fact, according to some estimates 96% of you are deadbeat leeches and should just go F yourselves. Deal with it. The above graph makes it clear that many of you who claim to


Romney’s tax plan for middle America
, 20 Sep 2012 by LiberalBias.com

This graph is designed to scare people. Our goal at Liberal Bias is to show true, wholesome conservatives how to read a graph like this so that it does not upset you too much. Liberals will point to the left 5 bars of this graph, and say, “Look, Romney will raise taxes on people making


European unemployment weirdly contradicts conservative values!
, 20 Aug 2012 by LiberalBias.com

This graph compares the tax rate on the highest income earners in several European countries to the unemployment rates in those countries. We also threw in the good ol’ U.S.A  just for comparison. As we all know, one of the most fundamental facts that is unquestionably true about conservative economics is that lowering taxes on


Income quintiles have a liberal bias
, 13 Aug 2012 by LiberalBias.com

When a liberal looks at this graph, she sees “evidence” that the Republican tax plan would raise taxes on poor people while the Democrat tax plan would raise taxes on rich people. But when I look at this graph, all I see is…… CLASS WARFARE!!!! There is a very important lesson that this graph can


Lying graph implies that Romney would raise taxes
, 06 Aug 2012 by LiberalBias.com

If you were to believe the data in this graph, you might get the idea that Mitt Romney’s tax plan would result in an increase in taxes on middle-class and poor Americans, while only decreasing taxes for the most wealthy people in America.  Since only liberals raise taxes, doesn’t that mean that Mitt Romney is


Reagan tax cuts had a liberal bias!
, 16 Jul 2012 by LiberalBias.com

The Tax Reform Act of 1986 is one of Reagan’s crowning achievements. Widely known as one of his two biggest tax cuts, every good conservative knows that this heroic act of Ronald Reagan simplified the tax code, lowered taxes, and therefore lead to prosperity, success, wealth, sunshine, unicorns, and basically has been the root cause


Median family net worth has liberal bias!
, 25 Jun 2012 by LiberalBias.com

This graph presents this data in a very suspicious and biased way. By looking at this graph, you might get the impression that Obama’s policies have not been a disastrous war on job creators and have not been a huge burden on small businesses and people who are rich enough to call themselves “small businesses” for


Shared prosperity has a liberal bias!
, 18 Jun 2012 by LiberalBias.com

The bias in this graph is not with the data, but with the title. The actual data here is not biased, in fact: the data is great. It is wonderful. The actual data itself shows that conservatives are right about everything and that if only everyone adopted the conservative view then we would live in


The dark art of graph reading
, 09 Apr 2012 by LiberalBias.com

Reading and understanding the meaning behind graphs and charts is very complex, which is why it should never be left to amateurs. For example, the above graph has been circulated around the web by liberals who claim that it shows that lowering taxes on the rich does not actually reduce unemployment. Indeed, when viewed by


Being a conservative Republican makes you rich!
, 08 Mar 2012 by LiberalBias.com

Liberal elitists are always saying that conservatives don’t understand science or history or other things that don’t matter, but here is a scientific study that we do understand and it is sure to make the liberals cry. Everybody knows how science research works:You find something that you either love or hate that you want to


Upward mobility has a liberal bias!
, 30 Jan 2012 by LiberalBias.com

This graph has appeared on the radical ultra-left wing website “The New York Times” and is a perfect example of facts that are quite simply wrong. According to this graph, not only do countries that have more wealth inequality have less upward mobility, but America has a super-low amount of mobility, less than other countries!


American Exceptionalism! Yay!
, 05 Jan 2012 by LiberalBias.com

For a change of pace, today we thought we would highlight a graph that has not been infected with liberal bias: income growth rates under Democratic and Republican presidents. This graph shows reality conforming with Ideological Truth: under the socialist Democrats who don’t care about motivation or effort, everyone is rewarded the same (or the


The mega-rich have a liberal bias!
, 14 Dec 2011 by LiberalBias.com

When you think of heathen liberal cesspools of sin, where do you think of? New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, of course! Yet in this stunning and revealing study it is shown that the top 1% of Job Creators (that’s the top 1% of the 1%) live in these unrepentant locales of liberalism!


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