I think Keynes would have appreciated the mission of Facts and other stubborn things. Keynes is both celebrated and derided for being a very speculative thinker. He would tinker with ideas even if he wasn't exactly sure where he fell on an issue. He felt free to muse - sometimes quite comically -about issues without cowering at the thought that some people might target and try to discredit him for those musings.
But we know that Keynes would have appreciated the work we do here, and we heartily agree with the old Cambridge don that:
"Words ought to be a little wild, for they are the assault of
thoughts on the unthinking".
-J.M. Keynes 15 July 1933