Thanks for Rob Curley’s refreshing Feb. 8 article pointing out the important difference between fact and belief and how they are often misused as if they were interchangeable. Curley’s analysis is a good guide for clear-eyed perception and thinking, and essential for objective reporting or rational op-ed columns.
Too bad columnist Sue Lani Madsen couldn’t distinguish between fact and belief in her Jan. 28 tirade on the perceived intolerance of the Women’s March, which, according to Madsen, escalates to a “civil war” of words on abortion. What a friendly metaphor for dialogue on the topic. Ironically she complains about intolerance and smacks back with her own brand of the same thing.
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