No “we” don’t.
Mark Johnson

Mark, I would respectfully disagree. Confirmation bias already robs the average person of being able to see someone else’s point of view, even when they are exposed to it. The idea that it would be preferable to not even be exposed to points of view that differ from our own is rather sad.

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