No It's Not Your Opinion, By Jef Rouner

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Throughout the article, “No It’s Not Your Opinion, You’re Just Wrong”, Jef Rouner discusses the misinterpretation people often experience when having an opinion. He explains how false opinions arise from misconceptions. For instance, Rouner gave the example of people still believing that vaccines cause autism. Since vaccines have been proven to have no such effect, this is not an opinion, rather an invalid judgment. He also explains how a lack of information can lead to bias and incomplete opinions. Just recently, in the past presidential election, I noticed several people allow opinions instead of facts influence their perspective on the candidates. This is something that can easily be avoided by simply becoming more knowledgeable on the political

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