Thursday, 6 September 2012 announces this week’s debate topic - Media Bias: Fact or Fiction?

Florida-based technology company welcomes all citizens to register and join in the discussion at 8 p.m. Eastern

Palm Bay Florida ( September 6, 2012 - hosts weekly online debates on the issues of vital importance to citizens all across America. Today the company announced the topic of this week’s online debate at 8 p.m. Eastern will be “Media Bias: Fact or Fiction” -- a serious concern for many Americans.
Think media bias isn’t much of a concern? According to a recent Fox News broadcast on August 22, 2012, likely voters saw media bias as a more pressing problem than campaign contributions. And in a Gallup poll conducted on July 10, 2012, Americans’ confidence in television news dropped to an all-time low of 21%. To join in tonight’s debate, visit and register as a Presidential Member for just $29 per year.

According to Chuck Kirkpatrick, Founder and CEO, providing a platform in which all Americans can thoughtfully and respectfully debate issues like this -- regardless of party affiliation or political philosophy -- is a much-needed effort in an age of “gotcha” soundbites and a 24/7 internet news cycle. “ prides itself on offering every American citizen an opportunity to learn about the issues, free from partisan or media spin, and to express their point-of-view without fear of ridicule or attack. We welcome all opinions and as such, impose a strict code of conduct to ensure everyone feels comfortable debating the topic at hand,” states Kirkpatrick.

After two and half years of research and development, launched nationwide on August 10th and has been growing consistently. According to Daria DiGiovanni, the Company’s Director of Social Media Strategies, Twitter has been alive with their first nonpartisan Advisory Proposition. “Citizens all over the country have been reading news articles and hearing our radio interviews. They were very anxious to start understanding the real issues, and getting involved, and they have done just that. We are looking forward to hearing the views of our members on the topic of media bias and hope everyone will join,” states DiGiovanni.

About creates nonpartisan, unbiased ”Advisory Propositions,” at the federal, state and local level in which citizens can learn about and cast secure votes “online” on the most popular public policies, before they become law. Ballot results are instantly communicated to Congress. With an integrated Report Generator, Legislators can create valuable voter trend reports utilizing 20 different data points so they know exactly how their Constituents expect to be represented. Designed to handle tens of millions of users, this System replaces the "catch all" methods of phone, fax, email, letters, website comment forms, tweets, and Facebook posts with one high security communication tool. will also be released in Spanish and will provide SmartPhone and Tablet applications.
For more information contact: - Chuck Kirkpatrick (321) 735-4894


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