Top 3 Best “Good News” Sites

To counteract mainstream fear-mongering.

Adrian Eaton


Politicians are the least trusted group of people in the United States. For good reason, too. Today we see politicians on the “left” block social reform and environmental infrastructure expenditures. We see politicians on the “right” ignore cries of “My Body, My Choice” when women protest for their right to autonomy, then turn around and commandeer the same argument when anti-maskers protest for their right to autonomously endanger other people. The hypocrisy knows no bounds because it’s driven by a single, blindingly powerful force: hatred of the enemy.

Politicians benefit from fostering a constant state of fear to coerce support from their base. As journalist H.L. Mencken said over a century ago:

“The whole aim of politics is to keep the people alarmed — and hence clamorous to be led to safety — by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, almost all of them imaginary.” — H.L. Mencken

But the world is not all doom and gloom!

Here’s a curated list of the Top 3 “Good News” sites for some uplifting stories!

1. Good News Network

I love this website. They have a clean layout with clear headlines for super easy navigation. Just scrolling through the home page will help boost your mood, as each headline gives you a good sense of the happy story within.

Spend a few minutes here for a quick mood-boost or go deep into some articles to sound like an all-knowing world-changer at your next cocktail party.

They write about an extremely wide range of heartwarming topics, from “California Returning Beachfront Property To Black Family After It Was Wrongfully Taken” to “Dog Stuck In Cavern Is Rescued and Joyfully Reunited”.


Their tagline — “Real good news, not just feel good news” — is exactly why I like this website. They provide more scientific, research-heavy articles on positive breakthroughs around the world.