I'm about to drop some serious knowledge on you that may make your head explode:
Google does not always provide you with reliable results, websites, and information.
When looking for information online, one of the first places most of us go is to google.com. Google is a great resource for finding information on the Internet; type in a few words, hit search, and up pops pages upon pages of results. But, it does not always give the best information!
Whenever you use information, you need to evaluate it. The CAARP method will help you do this.
P Purpose (Bias)
For web pages, you'll also want to pay attention to the domain, found at the end of the URL. Domains can provide some information on the provider, as well as the purpose.
Organizational domains (.org) usually exist to present their point of view, or to persuade you. Examples of .org domains: NRA, Right to Life.
Commercial domains (.com) exist to provide a service or a product. Examples include websites like Amazon.com and Apple.com.
Other domains: .edu, .mil, .net, .gov.
If the website smells a little fishy, apply the CAARP method to determine if it is the right resource for you.