You mean like the government publishes it's inflation rate that does not include gasoline, food, or anything beginning with the letters A-Z?<quoted text>
In a court case (which I am not going to look up), a court ruled that "Fox News" has a right to intentionally publish false information. Apparently, the court thought the case to be a "freedom of speech" issue.
Publishing false information is not quite in the same league as selecting true information upon which to focus.
Sorry, "Norton." Nowhere in the Bible is a "meteorite" mentioned, so there must not be such a thing.
In the real measure of inflation used by those not living within a schizophrenic nation governed by President Thorazine, the inflation rate in the US at this moment would be at 28% per year.
And dude, meteor is a 19th century term. Maybe such things puzzle you beyond the ordinary? Besides, it was a meteorite. Sheesh, dude.
Google that—or as you usually prefer, shove it. Smile—I'll help you out when you are obviously incorrect—which is the case with all things.