Start by posing a question or making a statement. Think of the possible positions many might have on the subject. Give your opinion of that subject. Then examine each position that you have been able to come up with explain why each might be viable.
Then explain your solution and why you think it is the best and most practicable. You may even find after some well researched study that your position on the subject has changed.
There needs to be facts associated with it and you need to be able to spell and put a sentence together. I also think putting a little humor into your story helps spice it up a bit.
by securityproducts318 months ago
Is there a difference between an opinion and an informed stance on a subject?
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In the age of the politically-correct society, discrimination is very much part of our lives. Your views on that please.
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