When examining a claim, you must understand the claim and the sources. You must then research the sources, see if the claim is skewing those sources or if those sources are themselves faulty. You must then present your review of the evidence in a manner that can be digested and itself refuted.
As noted by the number of closed questions and negative answers, this isn't always easy. We must be careful to avoid making original research. We must avoid ignoring claims because they don't fit our ideology. We must find a way to research our material the way it was originally presented. And so on.
If I have a question about how to do any of these or if I keep encountering a problem during my research that prevents me from crafting excellent answers, where can I ask these questions?
It appears questions specifically about argument debunking are not on topic because this site is dedicated to "examining the evidence behind claims" and not "examining claims". But my question is about becoming better at finding or examining that evidence.