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Tucker: Respectful political dialogue is possible

Sharing experience is part of the solution.

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Tucker and Seth David Radwell wrestle with the lost art of respectful political dialogue.

Highlights include:

“Respectful debate, and it’s about facts. What I say is ‘In God we trust, everyone else has to bring the data.’”

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“It’s about putting your arguments to the test of empirical observation.”

“They seem to deny the existence of an objective truth, that somehow we can’t figure out the truth, that everything is fluid. I maintain that science and objective truth is what our country is based on and we need to return to it and make it center.”

“Two people would come to the debates … and they would each come armed with facts which could be proven … and the idea was facts existed and there was a noble truth.”

“Sharing experience is part of the solution.”

“The political dialogue has been crowded out by unreason … and that’s really due to this knee-jerk reaction to everything and the censorship on both sides of the extreme political world.”

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