The Source maybe a little old, but it is still relevant today!
The source is six years old. For this particular issue, it is a little older for a source. It is older, because it is very political, so views and ideas are changing rapidly. The arguments made in the source could still be applied today.
The relevancy is very important.
The source is very relevant, because the topic I am debating is on the Cuba Embargo and the source is about ending the embargo.
I have a JD from Stanford.
The Author of my article/source is Doug Bandow. He is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute specializing in foreign policy and civil liberties.
I use some emotion in the article, but I use more evidence than emotion, to keep it valid!
The the content in the article is backed up by historical evidence. When the author uses quotes people, he always says who it is by. Also the source has no grammatical errors.
The purpose of the source is to help one be informed about the Cuba Embargo, by giving basic facts about the issue and background. Although it does inform one, it also tries to persuade one. It tries to persuade, becauase it tells the readers the facts of the negative sides of the Cuba Embargo. Within the text it is abundant with political and business agenda.
I give a clear understanding of the stance and message, that I am presenting to my readers.