Politico again? What a joke!
I did a little research. You should that some time rather than just posting your meaningless tribel on here.The stuff that they put out is almost as un-biased as you will get. The problem with politico, though, is that the shallow/short and to the point fashion that they offer a lot of their fact checking makes them easier to be misused/misunderstood. Like someone else said, while theyre generally pretty accurate, theyre just not that "deep" or "thorough".https://www.reddit.com/r/NeutralPolitics...tral_political/
It's distributed at the Capitol Building, and the style definitely reads like a publication that is trying to appeal to both parties, occasionally sensationalizing issues by publishing exaggerated quotes. But at the same time Politico is pretty careful about not alienating parties, and I doubt Politico would ever call out any individual/group in an editorial. However, I think the quality of the writing is pretty good. I would put it alongside the major newspapers and ahead of CNN. The articles are generally easily understood as well. If a person had five minutes a day to catch up on politics, I would probably recommend Politico over any other source.