I've been thinking about the very same idea for about a month now. Thanks nwonme for bringing up this topic.
An open-source Wiki-style database, managed by volunteer moderators such as those here, might be an idea to consider. This way, any registered user could make changes to an article's text and it wouldn't require resources from the Infowars team, except possibly for server space. (One possible subdomain might be: http://lookitup.infowars.com
An initial project might be for users to contribute the most authoritative articles or sources supporting a particular topic. It might also be possible for users to vote for the best articles and then the Wiki automatically rank-orders the results.
This way, the next time my wife tries to tell me (as a fictional example) that chemtrails are absolutely harmless, I can tell her to look it up on the Infowars "LookItUp" Wiki under the "Chemtrails" topic. If the community poll ranks an article posted on the Natural Solutions Foundation's website as the #1 most authoritaive source, with the most powerful evidence that proves chemtrails are laced with toxic substances, she can click through to that article through a URL posted on the Wiki.
A Wiki-style database also usually contains its own "Talk" function, so that the contributors and moderators can openly discuss whether one particular source might be better than another. So it contains its own mini-discussion forum that can help to stimulate debate as well.
In addition, the broadcast producers would also have another organized means of rapid access to the best documents, articles, books, or videos, in real-time while on-air, and could even announce a simple URL directing listeners to the Wiki's collection of best sources of clickthrough links and excerpts.