The part of this that really blew me away is how hard it was to listen to the article without putting the author in one of two boxes:
1) On MY side of the issue
2) An enemy of MY side
No matter what he's talking about (from persecution to John Green) I was always trying to either say "I hate this because it endorses what I hate!" or say "I love this because it endorses what I love!" but the piece only allows either mode for a moment or two before reminding you that it's talking about feeling like you have to think that way.