A helpful list for you to know the facts. A work in progress, additions will come over time. Please feel free to reference so you don’t have to keep repeating yourself. Leave comments if I have left anything out.
Logical Fallacies and their examples for political conversations.
1 – Ad Hominem: Insults used as if it were an argument or evidence in support of a conclusion. “You’re just a radical left-socialist-NeverTrump-liberal” (therefore all of your opinions must be worthless so I won’t even hear them.)
2 – Straw Man: In the straw man fallacy, someone attacks a position the opponent doesn’t really hold by presenting a rational argument as an extreme. “Democrats just want open borders, free flowing drugs from Mexico, and welfare handouts.”
I love podcasts. It’s not as much of a commitment as a book, it can be serialized, and they aren’t as depressing as the news. I like having something playing in the background while I work so I’ve vetted many to see what appeals to me. I didn’t mean to make the list in order of preference. But after making it, yea, this is pretty much the order I would rank my top 10.
Yes, I am sure I am missing something you love here, but this is the list of shows that I would say give legitimacy to the art form of television serials. The writing, the production, the acting, the concept; something made you see the world differently or captivated you to keep watching.