Point of View
Our commitment to an unbiased operational philosophy is identifiable in every project built by HEADLINE.
HEADLINERS believe in progress—that the advancement of the human condition, through science and reason, is only possible through a fundamental rejection of partisanship on the left-right political spectrum.
Due to our multi-industry position as a corporate institution, software developer, news publisher, and social media moderator, publicly conveying HEADLINE’s politically unbiased position is not only foundational on the esoteric level, but a personal responsibility of every individual representative of the company.
Today, political posturing and issue exploitation by corporations (on the left and right) has reached a fever pitch. But individual discernment has also risen in-kind, lending to an atmosphere where authenticity is in high demand and short supply.
HEADLINE is laser-focused on addressing the authenticity crisis in corporate America with a disruptive approach we call “radical transparency.”
It is more important than ever that we practice what we preach, live our own ethos, make known our brand values, and wear our HEADLINE boldness on our sleeves.
– John Adams
“Posterity! You will never know how much it cost the present Generation to preserve your Freedom! I hope you will make good use of it. If you do not, I shall repent in Heaven, that I ever took half the Pains to preserve it.”
Bias is narrowly defined by HEADLINE as the implicit or explicit motivation to persuade on the left-right political spectrum.
HEADLINE has a dual role in society as both a conduit of information and an amplifier of diverse voices and perspectives. We believe this is one of our greatest strengths—the ability to reach every possible demographic and foster constructive conversation.
As HEADLINERS, we handle this societal position with extreme care. Any dereliction of duty will lead to a critical erosion of public trust.
But if HEADLINE manages this dual role responsibly, the sky is the limit.
Like our core values, our leadership ethos must be informed—guidance that is not only based on existing best practices but also makes allowances for new methodology. HEADLINERS are never satisfied with tried-and-true. We will reinvent the wheel.