I’m entitled to my opinion or I have a right to my opinion is a common declaration in rhetoric or debate that can be made in an attempt to persuade others to hold the opinion. When asserted for this reason, the statement exempifies an informal logical fallacy of the type red herring. Whether one has a particular entitlement or right is irrelevant to whether their assertion is true or false. To assert the existence of the right is a failure to assert any justification for the opinion.
- here's the part where we say what we mean & we mean what we say
- the shine
- Reviews, interviews, and so on.
- hush now, don’t explain
- Wobbled sprung readings
- Nouveau New Nuevo
- misc misc misc
- CKCU Funding Drive 2011
- Glenn Goluska (1947-2011)
- Literary Press Group survey for poetry readers
- Robert Kroetsch (June 26, 1927 — June 21, 2011)
- bloomsday 2011
- dear Broken Pencil,
- conscious choice
- Jaap Blonk + playback, a poetry reading
- did you know how much?
- Messagio Galore take VIII mukluk
- practice when there’s no practice: Messagio Galore take VIII
- Kroetsch Award shortlist
- post-messagio mukluk
- Messagio Galore is next week! Other things!