Yeah, of course it is. I endorse it. The truth is boring and doesn't always fit whatever point I'm trying to make. Anyone is free to look through my previous posts to find obvious falsehoods or at least questionable assertions. Do I believe there's any basis for the rumor that Mitt Romney practices ritual cannibalism? I'm not saying. It's such a great concept that I think it transcends truth and fairness. Am I really pregnant with Justin Bieber's offspring? I've signed a non-disclosure agreement on that one.
Recently there have been some questions about posts in the News Channel that contain Birther nonsense and other out and out lies. I think these posts are probably a cynical attempt to get page views for pay, but it's possible that the authors really believe them. Regardless, I think they're protected speech. Venality, vileness, and many kinds of lies* are First Amendment stuff. The very existence of Michelle Bachmann is a clear demonstration of that.
A while back I started a Gather group called Gather Lies and Unfounded Rumors Channel. I've posted a lot of stuff there. Sometimes I forget to do it but I enjoy the idea of posting things to a group like that. I think that collections of artisanal facts like fantasies about Obama's birthplace or EPA spy drones should be posted there as a matter of course. I'm not proud, the group is open to celebredreck too.
Remember this group when you feel like posting your favorite conspiracy theory or anything you've made up. You're on your own when it comes to libel and slander.
* There are some lies that are not protected speech. They include fraud, libel, slander, and violations of laws and government regulations regarding food, drugs, and truth in advertising. There may be others. I do encourage members not to violate existing laws.