Opinions and Debate

“Whenever there is a debate, those who can make a statement of undebatable informational facts rather than unsupported opinions, should not have speak any further. The privilege of silence after a quality statement is a luxury that the opposing doesn’t have. Opposition has the burden of disproving that statement with a logical and reasonable claim supported with factual information rather than interpretational.”

Stephen James

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