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|Thoughts.com is a multi-user community that provides the users (both members and visitors) multiple platforms for people to share their thoughts on topics that interest them with free blogs, uploaded photos, videos and podcasts, as well as forums.|
Over the past few years, the U.S. Common Sense website has promoted an environment of dialogue and exchange of opinions on the political topics facing the nation today. In that process, we have introduced you to various bloggers and resources out there for you to visit and continue the discussion. Some of those websites have been reviewed to give you a better understanding of what you can expect when you explore their site. Continuing the tradition, I would like to introduce you to Thoughts.com.
Thoughts.com is a multi-user community that provides the users (both members and visitors) multiple platforms for people to share their thoughts on topics that interest them; be it US Politics, economy, religion, special interest groups, and more. Users have the ability to create a free blog, post and share photos, upload videos and podcasts, create polls, as well as participate in an in-depth community of forums. With this wide variety of communication channels, you are sure to find a medium that suits you as you explore items of interest.
Looking at the Thoughts.com forums, for example, users can create topics and post opinions on the issues of the day. Taking a moment to explore one of the boards (USA Politics), you will find discussions on Rush Limbaugh, Afghanistan, political spin, taxation, and more items that we’ve discussed here before. The difference, however, is that with a forum it is easier for members to engage one another.
Another board (2008 Presidential Election), community members discussed the role of online social networking and its impact on the voters, the domination that the Republican and Democrats have over the political spectrum, racism, and more. All of these issues were important to not only the election itself, but also to the voters. After all, it is the voters that have the biggest voice at the polls, and one of the places to make your voice heard is on the Thoughts.com forums.
So take a moment and continue the conversation. Visit Thoughts.com and read the views and opinions that others online have on the topics of today. You might discover a view that you have never thought of, a mission that is shared here at the U.S. Common Sense website.
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