According to the news, half the country believes one thing and the other half else believes the exact opposite. We all know it is not that simple. We do spend a lot of time arguing which side is right, though. The answer usually lies somewhere in the middle. Unfortunately, the middle ground is increasingly difficult to find.
With all the media and information that now surrounds us, everyone can find some kind of evidence that they are right and everyone else is wrong. We become increasingly isolated in our rightness.
I was one of those people who isolated myself in my rightness. Considering the Middle is my effort to combat that isolation. I operate under the impression that everyone is right, at least to some degree. Instead of looking for information to argue with, I research where both sides agree. This blog is my effort to find the middle ground.