The title of this piece is meant to be a little funny. Talking about politics with people we don’t agree with these days is never fun.
But let’s face it: there’s a good chance you’re going to end up arguing about politics during the holidays (or some other time). Or…
The following is a transcript of the audio from this podcast episode.
Welcome to the People Who Read People podcast. This is a podcast about better understanding people and why they behave they way they do. You can learn more about it at www.behavior-podcast.com.
There’s no guest on this episode…
Does social media play a role in amplifying our divides and increasing political polarization?
This will be a place where I examine indicators of videos being deceptive or staged. There’s only one here now but I will add to this over time. If you have ideas for interesting videos to examine, send them my way and I’d appreciate it.
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The following is a transcript from an episode of my podcast, People Who Read People, where I interview a Portland, Oregon antifa/BLM protester who intellectually defends the violent, militant aspects of the Portland protests and riots, and who talks about reasons for physically fighting with rightwing groups.
I’m using this page as a place to compile work that I’ve done related to researching and investigating deceptive online activity, including fake news and fake accounts.
This will be a compilation and analysis of the best and most logical anti-vegan arguments. The arguments examined are: