WordswithMeaning! (or simply WordMean for short) is an online editorial focusing on international news, opinions and affairs in the realm of politics, society, technology, science and a wide range of other subjects.
With a non-corporate and non-restricted freedom of speech purpose being of the most importance, WordswithMeaning.org emphasises on covering stories without jumping to radical conspiracy theories or expressing support in particular politicians and parties.
WordMean consists of news coverage, articles, explanations, special ‘in-depth’ stories amongst several topics. The website is disclosure-driven with the representation of a non-corporate media outlet supporting the ability to discuss/comment without the need of accounts or providing your details. WordMean does not charge for content and is funded by third-party advertisements as well as donations from readers. WordswithMeaning! is run by free-thinking contributors of various backgrounds and beliefs. Some content (visually and otherwise) may be explicit, obscene or offensive with respect to the news stories and opinions of the author.
Trivialising the mainstream media and accepting criticism with an open mind, WordswithMeaning! puts disclosure first, no matter what the risk.
Don’t expect censorship.
What is WordswithMeaning.org?
WordMean is an open-minded news & opinions website that focuses on taking things seriously and cutting the crap from the headlines. We cover everything from international politics, crimes and copyright infringement and even the paranormal.
We don’t cover celebrities, entertainment or sports.
We believe in free-speech and anonymity and that’s why every single story is open for comments. There are no registrations, no paywalls and no requests for your personal details.
How is WordMean different from other news sites?
Well – put it this way: Most ‘alternative’ news websites can be incredibly left-wing or right-wing. We like to see ourselves as a bit more centralised and open to things. We have a firm belief in privacy but that doesn’t mean we suspect that absolutely everything is an invasion on our rights. We don’t favour any particular political party – actually, most of our stories come from the perspective that all politicians are as bad as each other.
As well as news, opinions and affairs – we also have extensive coverage on a whole variety of topics and give a prodigious and in-depth analysis and research on several special stories.
WordMean does not accept press releases or content that biasedly recommends a certain product (cash for comment)