That's why I use a few browsers. If the web master doesn't test for browser compatibility then odd things can happen.
Your last question is very odd. Is that something about politics? CNET has a forum for that but this is about browsers.
In short, use what works.
Strange things seem to happen when accessing "conservative" sites, like Breibart, RealClearPolitics and Jewish World Review. If the site was recently accessed, the reply error "Cannot connect, etc., etc.) frequently appears from Chrome. Now (last two months) the access to the site will frequently "freeze", with the dismissal "Aw, snap!" appearing on the screen.
With Google's noted connections to the Obummer regime, is it time for me to return to Internet Explorer, or perhaps buy a Kindle Fire HD which does not use Chrome?