Your article is interesting. On one hand, you offer plenty of charts and facts. On the other hand, you expend a lot of energy attacking disparate groups of people from intellectuals to pro-choice advocates. Typically, arguments are made and if facts are presented accurately, then the audience will agree with or understand the writer’s logic. Apparently, you’ve decided that facts are used as battering rams to attack people that somehow you know “don’t study, etc.” Are you making a logical argument or simply venting anger using charts as a cloaking device for “Alex Jones” extremism.

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Frank Racioppi

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I am a South Jersey-based writer who manages Podcast Reports on Blogger and have a book available on Amazon about podcasts and podcasting called “Ear Worthy.”

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