Other Websites


This page contains other websites about politics that provide statistics, facts, and non-partisan research. Stay Informed and Return to truthfulpolitics.com!

The Constitution of the United States of America

The National Archives website has official images and text of the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution and other official documents may be read by clicking on The Constitution of the United States: A Transcription.

The Federalist Papers

The Federalist Papers were written in the late 1700s to promote the ratification of the U.S. Constitution and included details on sections of the Constitution. To read the essays, click on The Federalist Papers on THOMAS of the Library of Congress or The Federalist Papers on the Founding Fathers website.

George Washington’s Farewell Address

To read the entire farewell address from 1796 by George Washinton, the first president of the U.S., click on Washington’s Farewell Address 1796 .



They start out their mission as “We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit ‘consumer advocate’ for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.”

Center for Responsive Politics

http://www.opensecrets.org also known as the Center for Responsive Politics.

On their website, they say the following:

“OpenSecrets.org is your nonpartisan guide to moneys influence on U.S. elections and public policy. Whether you’re a voter, journalist, activist, student or interested citizen, use our free site to shine light on your government. Count cash and make change.”



On their website, they say the following:
“Sorting out the TRUTH in politics”

You Decide, created by KQED and funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, provides information and different sides on several issues.

The website may be found by clicking on You Decide: Challenge your assumptions.



“We promote critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship by presenting research on controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan, and primarily pro-con format.”



On their website, they list their mission as “Gallup.com provides data-driven news to leaders, business executives, and decision makers worldwide.”

Breaking news from Gallup:

  • Violence Shakes Afghans' Security Ahead of Elections
    As Taliban attacks attempt to sow fear ahead of Saturday's parliamentary elections, Gallup finds that a record-low 13% of Afghans feel safe walking alone in their area at night.
  • State of the States
    Gallup's "State of the States" series reveals state-by-state differences across several political, economic and wellbeing measures which Gallup tracks daily.
  • Six in 10 Americans Support Stricter Gun Laws
    Sixty-one percent of Americans support tougher gun control, down from 67% after the February Parkland, Florida, school shooting, but still higher than any other reading since 2000.
  • Presidential Job Approval Center
    Explore Gallup data on presidential job approval ratings from Truman to Trump.
  • Snapshot: 38% of Americans Satisfied With U.S.
    Less than a month before the midterm elections, 38% of Americans are satisfied with the way things are going in the U.S. Government remains the perceived most important problem facing the nation.