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You've probably run into them at some point... People who claim to be open-minded and say they enjoy a good argument, but who really just like to have their own arguments bolstered. Try to disagree, and they want no part of it. Susan Jacoby calls this "Talking to Ourselves" in an op-ed over the weekend in the Los Angeles Times. She joins us on the Opinion Page today to talk about why it seems more Americans are unwilling to listen to opposing views.