I don't know the political leanings of the owners, but from a technical standpoint recommend you try www.clusty.com for searching. (Clusty is short for cluster, as in the engine they developed.) It has features the others don't (e.g. they group the results on the left side for easier parsing.) They're now my primary search resource.
Thanks for the suggestion, I will check that one out.
"At this time, Google policy does not permit the advertisement of websites that contain 'firearms and ammunition.' As noted in our advertising terms and conditions, we reserve the right to exercise editorial discretion when it comes to the advertising we accept on our site. This content is not permitted as ad text or keywords."
(read more about this here: http://www.crosswalk.com/news/1223736.html ).
Google is far left.
As a test, and since we're discussing Veterans Day, I decided to look for a B-17 from my grandfather's WW2 squadron.
I found it! I've only seen one other ref. to this B-17 on the 'net.
It was shot down in Mar 1944 with only 3 survivors. He was part of the ground crew.
I have the photos he saved; here is the one I found through Clusty: