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Is Common Core a satanic ritual?

November 15, 2013

By Zack Plair
SDN Editor

The way a speaker frames an argument can oftentimes lend validity — or invalidity — to the argument in general.

Depending on said framing, weak arguments can sometimes gain strength or would-be strong arguments can weaken. In cases of the latter, the general public sometimes dismisses issues that deserve a closer look because they question the credibility of the one broaching the subject.

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