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Sunday, 28 May 2017 17:44

UPDATE on Closing of SuperStation95


Contrary to some reports, we did not get "visited" or "rounded-up" or locked in GITMO with a stooge posting here.  The reason stated for our demise  is the reason.

Many asked us to refer you to another site with similar reporting, Editorial attitude and reliability.

We recommend this one:  HERE

This site will go offline on May 31.




UPDATED May 28 -5:30 PM EDT -- See bottom) came online in October, 2015 and skyrocketed to over two million visitors p/mo. quickly.  As the US Presidential Election got heated, sites like ours which opposed Hillary Clinton got smeared as "Russian Propaganda" and "Fake News."  A Washington Post story on November 24, widely disseminated these scurrilous attacks.  The allegation of "Russian Propaganda/Fake News" was completely false, but that didn't matter to WaPo, which admitted they never investigated the claims by a new, unknown group, who lobbed the Fake News accusation.  WaPo ran the story nonetheless and like a sledge hammer, our visitor count began plummeting.  


Later, WaPo backed-off the story, by adding the following disclaimer:


The Washington Post on Nov. 24 published a story on the work of four sets of researchers who have examined what they say are Russian propaganda efforts to undermine American democracy and interests. One of them was PropOrNot, a group that insists on public anonymity, which issued a report identifying more than 200 websites that, in its view, wittingly or unwittingly published or echoed Russian propaganda.


Useful idiots (like,, and others)  who supported Hillary Clinton, made tremendous use of the WaPo story, even after WaPo eased-off their un-investigated report.  The radical leftists hurled the "fake news" allegation as often as they could.  It seemed to us they were taking revenge for Hillary Clinton's election loss by trying to discredit sites that did massive damage to Hillary's campaign through the reporting of WikiLeaks email revelations, which our site and others reported widely.

Visitor counts to this web site began dropping immediately after WaPo ran that story and have now dropped so low, the revenue from this site can no longer support its existence, nevermind pay staff and for office space.

We have provided to all our employees who have now lost their jobs, the names and home addresses of the WaPo reporter(s) who did the story, in case those employees want to have a personal word with those folks.

We thank all the people who visited this site and helped propel our growth because they knew we were credible, accurate, and - many times - FIRST with breaking news.  

We're sorry we have to go, but such is the case.

Listeners in New York City will hear that FM Station 95.1 - a separate business from this web site -- is broadcasting Christian religious content.

Goodbye and best of luck to all of you.


UPDATE - MAY 28, 2017 5:30 PM EDT --

Contrary to some reports, no, we did not get "visited" and we did not get "rounded-up."  The reason stated above for our demise is the actual reason.

A slew of you have asked for us to refer you to another site which is similar to our way of reporting, similar to our Editorial attitude, and is equally reliable.

We recommend this one HERE

This site will go offline on May 31.






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