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Travis Branzell

I like point number one probably the most, because it is something that we all encounter from time to time. "Facts need interpretation, so interpret yours. And, be prepared to cite the source and how those facts were determined." How often do you hear someone spit out some statistic while engaged in a debate or disscusion and when you ask them where they got the data they can't give you a direct source - all credability is gone. This occurs too often in friendly political debates......

Any way Steve, good points. I'm always able to find some useable or relatable information in your blogs.


Steve Roesler


Pleased to know this struck a note with you. And yes, the loss of credibility when unable to cite your source can deflate the best argument when dealing with discerning people.

Thanks for the encouragement. . .

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