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A few thoughts on critical thinking and argumentation

Superlatives, especially most, when used, lead to biased and often inaccurate findings. At best, they are vague and subject to interpretation. When the term is valid, a percentage is preferable. 253 more words


"Mommy, There's a Man in the Bathroom!": The Progressive War Against American Freedom of Thought

Americans, are once again, witnessing the “Tyranny of the Minority”.

Jillian T. Weiss, a professor of law and society at Ramapo College of New Jersey and founder of a firm that represents transgender people who have experienced discrimination, is executive director of the National Transgender Bar Association now in formation.  1,074 more words


The Catholic Vote and CatholicVote

So CatholicVote.org has endorsed Ted Cruz and the words of Pope Leo XIII in his admonishment of the Church in the U.S. becomes the awful fulfillment of prophesy. 1,758 more words


Instructions to a happy life

1. View with your ears!

2. Listen with your eyes!

3. Taste the air and breathe your food!

4. Love every hateful idea and condescend the mere thought of caring for anyone but yourself! 113 more words


...why I hate Jell-O

I am going to provide some insight about why I hate Jell-O. It is written with tongue in cheek, whatever that means, and may give cause to ponder some issues far more important to us all than a low-cost food item.  1,112 more words

Brain Purge

Careful What You Wish For...

Even with my eyes wide open I can’t see a thing.

– Zatoichi

Dear Trump supporters,

You have rallied behind this man because you believe that he represents your viewpoints and feelings of frustration toward a broken system. 520 more words

Politic Rantings

Day 11 : Something I think 'What if...?' about

Tee-hee! Shall I? Nope…it’s way too taboo. But it’s not like it’s ever going to happen either. So I guess it’s okay to let everyone in on my little thought. 383 more words