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Hi! I’m Tiffany and I’m the Truth Snitch. The goal of my blog is to help people form educated opinions on a myriad of topics including faith, politics, science, the environment, and health- based on truth. We are inundated daily with mountains of misinformation and agenda driven reporting. It’s a full time job checking sources and wading though sensationalism just to find a nugget of truth with which to form an opinion. Who has time for that? Lucky for you, I routinely neglect my housework have plenty of time to embark on time consuming quests for knowledge. On top of mainstream media poisoning, our education system has so thoroughly indoctrinated us with revisionist history that we lack a foundation of truth in order to avoid mistakes of the past. After all, the winner gets to write the history books, right? Speaking of the education we receive, molding our young impressionable brains, how about science class? Science textbooks become obsolete in the blink of an eye, but you wouldn’t know that by the way current popular theories are taught as indisputable fact: climate change (formerly known as global warming), evolution, age of the earth, etc. Never mind all those brilliant scientific minds who dare to risk career suicide by providing sound evidence that contradicts the status quo of the scientific mafia. Even when it comes to our faith we tend to accept what we are first exposed to as absolute truth. We don’t always ask the hard questions and take time to learn the contextual Biblical basis for what is preached. Trust me- I learned the hard way on this one. My obsession passion is delving deep into the WHY of what I believe, searching for, and presenting those elusive truths to you. Of course, I won’t be able to resist throwing in my two cents on the issues based on what I find. I mean, it is a physical impossibility for me to contain my opinion, unvoiced, inside my body- just ask my husband. I do, however, welcome and enjoy debate with one caveat: for the love of Pete let’s keep it respectful. So! Let’s learn some stuff!