Where do you find your research information if not from news?
I just type in what I want to know. Like, take abortion for example. I research fetal development and bypass all the media links and click on scientific or medical links. Then I research about pregnancy centers and how adoption works. I research everything about it as unbiased as I can, then I go to prolife links and prochoice and see what they have to say. Normally, one link won't have all the information you need to know. You'll have to click on a few and search a few thing to know everything you need to.
How about when it comes to politicians?
For the most part I'll watch the complete debate or rally (?) or whatever to see what they actually say and the context surrounding it. Social media is so helpful when it comes to people, since the majority of people have social media accounts I'll check out what they post and who they follow and all that. Of course, people can always be deceiving so when it comes to politicians I will check out what the news outlets say about them, but I don't put much value into it. It's hard, when it's people you're researching. You never know what's real or fake or dramatized.And it all depends on your political views. People put too much on labels today, you say you're Republican and people automatically assume you're racist and homophobic or you say you're liberal and people think you're a socialist. I've dragged this out lol. Bottom line, I watch the individual and judge his or her actions based on what I believe and on facts. If that makes sense.
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business insider. Forgot about it haha. cool beans