This might be a duplicate, but I couldn't find a question about this on meta.
So, I'm active here now for a few months, and i find it really interesting to read answers to questions about topics I haven't even thought about before. Also I try to give an answer as often as I can. Here starts my problem: I know that I have very strong political opinions, and that I'm probably on the far left of the political spectrum. However, most of my opinions come from knowledge or information I gathered over the years. And I'm afraid that this combination leads me to tend to answer often very biased (even if I can back it up with facts), as the answers sometimes don't include information of the opposing site on this topic. I often even scratched complete answers thinking that they would be downvoted into oblivion as too opinion-based.
So my question is: to which extend is it acceptable to give one-sided answers, as politics do rarely come without opinions on a topic, and I, like many others, often don't even notice how biased the answer we give is.