Review the steps for basic examination of the source and the characteristics of a trusted source, Trusted Sources

Evaluate the statements listed below. For each one:

· 
Review the steps for
basic examination of the source and the characteristics of a trusted source.

· 
Then, consider the
following claims while asking the question, “Can I trust this person to be
telling me the truth or even to know the truth?”

· 
For each of these
claims, state whether or not you believe the source to be trustworthy.

· 
Explain your answer,
making certain to use the terminology and information from this lesson. Be
specific.

Claims

1.  Salesclerk to customer trying on a sports
jacket: “That looks great on you.”

2.  Republican political commentator: The $787
billion Obama stimulus package is a flop.”

3.  Person under arrest to police investigator
after hearing that if he implicates others he will receive a lighter sentence:
“Well, there was Johnnie; it was his idea in the first place.”

4.  Candidate interviewing for a job: “I have
a college degree and three years of experience.”

5.  Coworker to new employee: “Everybody uses
his or her office computer to play fantasy football.”

6.  Best friend: “You really need to do
something about how much you drink at parties.”

Submission Criteria 
Write a 1–2-page paper in Word format.