The story behind the name…

Frida Kahlo as Rodin’s The Thinker. Find more Thinkers in the Gallery.
  • Conspiracy Theories

    There are no good conspiracy theories, because the basic understanding of reality that conspiracy theorists take for granted simply isn’t true. No one, “rules the world.” There are no “puppet masters” who can pull the strings and make everyone in positions of power and influence jump to their tune like puppets. The real world is much more complicated than that.

    This section will expose the flawed logic and misinformation behind conspiracy theories, as well as the harm they cause.
  • Print the Legend

    The meaning of people and events is often lost in the retelling of stories, or commonly accepted “facts.” Such distortions are inevitable, but that doesn’t mean they need to be passively accepted. This section will explore some of the myths and misconceptions that have overshadowed the truth and ask questions about how we perceive the human condition. In short, it’s everything that doesn’t fit clearly into category number one.

    The title of this section comes from a line at the end of John Ford’s great Western, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962): “When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.”