In addition to Just Facts’ core research, we carry out other initiatives to educate the public about current issues, debunk common misinformation, and teach vital research skills.
In 2022, Just Facts launched a project called “In Fact” to quickly refute propaganda spread by influential people on social media. These short, hard-hitting facts cut through the torrent of deceit that infests public discourse.
We post the facts on a daily basis to Facebook and Twitter, but these platforms typically show each post to a small fraction of our followers. So if you want to reliably receive the facts, sign up for our weekly email.
To access this game-changing resource, go to Just Facts Academy.
Just Facts News publishes short professional newscasts that correct falsehoods and half-truths on major network news shows. If you watch the evening news but realize these shows are not always accurate or candid, this is the perfect supplement.
For the latest and most popular newscasts, go to Just Facts News.
Our Just Facts Daily articles provide factual analyses of controversial news and current events. By adhering to exacting Standards of Credibility, we dissect falsehoods propagated by media outlets, politicians, activists, and so-called fact checkers. If you want a full and accurate understanding of reality, this is the place to get it.
For genuine facts about current controversies and events, go to Just Facts Daily.
The Fact App is a quick and effective way to expand your knowledge of important issues and to share this information with others. In less than a minute a day, this internet widget and smart phone application empowers you with facts to help you make truly informed decisions. It also makes it easy to share these facts with friends and colleagues.
For more details about this powerful tool, go to the Fact App.
Our Just Facts Videos initiative produces high-quality, entertaining videos designed to serve people with a basic interest in public policy. The distinguishing feature of these videos is that they are rigorously documented with credible, primary sources. Unlike most public policy videos, every key fact is substantiated with enough hard data to convince any open-minded person of its truthfulness.
For videos with substance and style, check out Just Facts Videos.
Through our Exclusive News Service, Just Facts brings you articles based upon unique information uncovered while performing our issue-based research. We only publish these articles sporadically, but when we do so, it often makes a splash, as evidenced by the citations and high search engine rankings that most of these articles have garnered.
For exclusive articles, go to Exclusive News Service.
During 2010 and 2011, Just Facts aired a radio show focused on hard facts about the pressing issues of our time. Co-hosts Jim Agresti and Steve Cardone dissected the latest news, interviewed special guests, and welcomed callers — all while bringing verifiable facts to the forefront of public policy issues. We have tabled this initiative to dedicate resources to other initiatives, but all of the episodes are still archived and contain a wealth of highly relevant facts that you won't find on any other radio or television program.
For fact-intense radio programming, go to Just Facts Radio.