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Can Objective Reality Be Found In American Politics?

Posted in Salon Episodes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 2, 2008 by Rick Vanderslice

This salon was recorded on Sunday, September 14, 2008 at the Buli Cafe on the Cedar Springs Strip in Dallas. We continue our discussion on the 2008 Presidential campaign with an important question for all critically thinking voters: Can Object Reality Be Found In American Politics? How can voters find object facts to better inform their voting? Are there sources available to find objective information on the candidates and the issues? Do facts always matter in American political campaigns? Joining salon host RICK VANDERSLICE at the square table in the cafes’ Library Nook are three talented and engaging thinkers: writer/blogger/poet RJ JACKSON; social/political observer ROY CALHOUN; writer/podcaster JOHN SELIG

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