10 Ways to Become Politically Savvy

In the modern day, when campaigns for office seem to be happening all the time, it is important to know how to see past the biases in what is reported and find the truth. We may never know the absolute Truth, but we can, with reason and forethought, come close enough to make rational choices. This excellent article covers 10 Ways to Become Politically Savvy by Overcoming the Biases. It comes from my newest favorite blog, The Illusion of Choice.

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Beat the Bias – 10 Ways to Become Politically Savvy

 

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About Tim Gatewood

55+, male, widowed (May 2016). Mobile notary public and signing agent, freelance writer, and ordained minister. Science fiction and fantasy fan, willing servant to cats, avid reader and collector of books and other stuff. Please see my websites (including this blog and others) for more info on me and what I think about the issues of the day.
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6 Responses to 10 Ways to Become Politically Savvy

  1. Thank you for reblogging! I am glad that you enjoyed my article.

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  2. Tim, thanks for introducing me to this blog–I like her thoughtful approach and have signed up to follow it, too. And what an appropriate time to be paying attention to political discourse!

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    • Tim Gatewood says:

      Donna, you are welcome — and you’re so correct about the timeliness. Do you follow Ask Yer Mom?

      (It’s in my list of blogs I follow on the right side of this page, currently down around number 40. The list is in the order I started following them with the most recent at the top, so that is not a ranking.)

      She has shared a video of a Ted Talk about how to detect lies which is quite good.

      Like

  3. For me, how a politician says something is almost as important as what they say. So many just vomit key words with no real thought to the actual question they were asked. When I see that, I immediately knock them off my list of potential candidates. If you can’t be thoughtful when you speak, then you probably won’t be thoughtful when you act.

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