Politics

4 Red Flags That Someone Isn’t Worth Debating

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America’s mid-terms are just around the corner, and at a time where political and social upheavals are rampant, there are so many issues through which the battle lines are drawn. You just need to log into social media to see the topics that people are posting about on their Facebook timelines and earnestly tweeting about to see that times have moved on from the era of people Rick-rolling each other and posting cat memes.

Social media has become a vehicle for ideological wars, and through the smoke of the rhetorical artillery shells, there’s a disturbing and perhaps even surprising reality that is emerging.

The art of debate is dying.

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7 Reasons I am Done With Politics

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If you’ve been following TruthInjected for the past year or so, you will notice that I have regularly written about ideologies and social issues.

I’ll be honest, I really enjoyed it. Robust debate about why we are how we are, and what is right or wrong, has really made me think a lot about my own world view.

But politics is the worst, and I am sick of even talking about it.

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Blog Update #2 – Reflections and Projections

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Well, that’s the end of 2016.

I have seen the articles and Facebook posts lamenting the past twelve months as a year best forgotten and the collective sighs of relief from the majority have been almost palpable, although of course this is a subjective perspective.

Personally, I think it has been a wonderful year.

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Blog Update #1 – Talk to Tim!

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It has been 4 months since I first shared the inside of my brain with the world via this blog, and TruthInjected’s following has grown pretty steadily.

We’ve talked about wolves, motivation, anxiety, careers, stress, video games, noodles, Jesus, Pokemon, driving, self-dialogue, censorship, social justice, Donald Trump, feminists, money and mentors.

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Grand Theft Auto, SJW’s and Trump

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It’s conventional wisdom that the two most divisive topics that should not be mentioned, if you are wanting to avoid disagreement, are religion and politics.

But this blog isn’t a family dinner with your relatives, and I have no problem with starting discussion. And since I’ve already given my thoughts on religion, I figure that in the lead-up to the most publicized election in the world, why not share my thoughts on politics as well?

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