Website Lays Bare Soft Underbelly of News

Share Article strives to become the nation's premier fake news source. refuses to be bound by the shackles of policitical correctness or any other form of correctness. "We take our masthead motto, `All the news that's a fit to print,' very seriously," says publsher Will Johnson. "Fake news has a long and honored tradition in American media, from Mad Magazine to The Onion, to such giants of the art as Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert. News-Ruse hopes to take its place in this pantheon of anti-heroes as the American flame flickers in the winds of political gridlock, economic decline, cultural decay and spiritual jibberish."

To provide an editorial taste of the website, headlines from some of its articles follow.

Russian spy ring nabbed in nudst camp
Airline to charge for existential angst
Baptist minister performs exorcism on stock market
Komodo dragon genome escapes from computer lab
Narco-terroristm tour for gringos announced
iPhone app talks to ghosts
Study finds listening to ABBA raises infants' IQ's
Mafia gangster gets sex change
Ancient Greek high school unearthed
Early risers threaten world domination

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