Thanks for visiting my page.

I'm Joseph Ford and I'm here to provide you, the reader, with often entertaining information about people generally not mentioned by the extremely biased media.

What kind of people? Don't worry, no one insane. I tend to focus mainly on third party politicians, independent filmmakers, self-published authors and intermicronational leaders.

If you're reading this, then chances are you've read some of my articles and interviews. If not, what on earth are you waiting for? Scroll on down to the bottom of the page and click away. If you're here because you'd like me to interview someone I haven't or have a complaint about something I've written, feel free to post a message on my talk page.

Wikinews is one of the greatest websites I've ever visited. It allows ordinary people to become established reporters and removes the bias that certain news organizations tend to have (CNN, MSNBC and Fox News come to mind). It is a real example of what journalism is all about. Wikinews reporters answer to no higher power. There's no corporation to censor us. We'll get the news to you fair and balanced, not with a left or right wing slant. That is my goal, and I hope the goal of reporters everywhere, not just on this website.

Although I recently took an eight month break from reporting, I'm returning this summer to report on the upcoming U.S. midterm elections and other oddities. My goal is to post at least one interview or article per week, so keep on the look out for more intermicronational news. The latest article or interview will always be posted in bold below.

Latest interview (7/17/09): Wikinews interviews Mike Lebowitz, chairman of the U.S. Modern Whig Party

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