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Worth a Second Look: My 8 Favorite Posts from 2016

Image/link to my WORTH SHARING website's "8 Favorite Posts from 2016"

Check out the FREE INFOGRAPHICS, PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRAINING MATERIALS, AND MUCH MORE from these 2016 posts!

McCain vs. Obama: Still Undecided? ProCon.Org has Side-by-Side Candidate Comparison on 37 Issues

Only two days to go until the US election for president! Yet a bunch of people still say they are “undecided!” If you’re one of these people, ProCon.org can help you make up your mind with its unbiased, side-by-side comparison of the candidates’ positions on 37 key issues. So… do your homework and teach yourself where the candidates stand on the issues that are important to you!

ProCon.Org

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McCain versus Obama: Don’t be spun! It’s easy to get the truth.

* The bad news: Political spin. Distortions. Half-truths. Outright lies. This is what’s passing for political news and commentary these days, while emotionally-charged ads twist the facts and tug at our heartstrings.
* The good news: Several highly respected web sites make it easy to find the truth behind the noise.
* The question: Are you willing to spend a little extra time to actively connect with the facts, instead of letting the slime of these distortions wash over you?

C’mon people! Dig a little deeper! Educate yourself!  Here’s an introduction to my three favorite fact-checking resources.

FactCheck.org

PolitiFact.com

 

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