That took longer than I expected but I knew it was coming. I've read that article several times. The front foglights on modern cars don't make a bit of difference in the fog. I've checked for myself many times. Fog lights were originally intended to be used in dense fog in place of headlights because the reflected headlight glare made visibility worse. They were mostly yellow for that purpose. If the glare of your headlights is already too much then why add more light to it? They're there for one purpose, auto manufacturer profit.
I also find little credibility in the article after reading these sentences:
"Fog lights are not bright enough to take the place of your regular headlights for nighttime driving. ...They’re also not bright enough to substitute for your headlights when it’s raining."
"The brightness of the lights can actually be a safety hazard, as it can blind other drivers, resulting in an accident."
It basically says they're not as bright as your headlights but they're bright enough to cause an accident. So your even brighter headlights must be even more dangerous and we shouldn't use those either. Which is it, too bright or not bright enough?
I keep mine on purely because I like how it looks, which is how the manufacturers get people to buy them. If anyone else doesn't want to use them I respect that and wouldn't dream of criticizing that decision. But don't pee in someone's corn flakes for using them exactly how the manufacturers intended.