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Unsolved Mysteries of Liberal Logic (Video)

This report was originally published by Millie Weaver at *** Infowars reporter Millie Weaver breaks down the failed logic that liberals hold.

The American Dunning-Kruger Epidemic (Or Why Ignorant People Are So Sure They’re Right)

This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper It’s time to address an epidemic in the United States. It’s one that could be deadly, particularly to liberty. It’s an epidemic of Dunning-Kruger. It’s why ignorant people are so certain that they’re right. What’s that, you ask? The Dunning Kruger effect is […]

The State Of Weaponized Education To Manufacture Ignorance

It’s not news to most that the education system in the United States is not only devoid of logic and reason, but it’s become nothing more than a social engineering experiment designed to indoctrinate and manufacture innocence. The classroom, at best, has taken on the appearance of a fact-memorization factory; and we should express grave […]

Paul Craig Roberts On “The Weaponization Of History And Journalism”

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, "…we don’t need no stinkin’ facts…" In the United States, facts, an important element of truth, are not important. They are not important in the media, politics, universities, historical explanations, or the courtroom. Non-factual explanations of the collapse of three World Trade Center buildings are served up as the official […]

Your mind is not a computer

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / By Jon Rappoport / June 3, 2013 Researchers, pundits, and academics look for metaphors to describe the mind. For at least 50 years, the favorite analogy has been the computer. “Well, both the mind and a computer employ logic. […]

Warren Edward Pollock: Critical Thinking w Dr E. Hale (with, a talk on democracy)

Dr. Hale and I (Warren Edward Pollock) have a discussion regarding the basic concepts of "critical thinking." We offer insight into objectivity and bias. We have an informal (private conversation) that follows on about democracy and the intellectual work behind that document, now being taken for granted. We are willing allowing others to make decisions for us.

This discussion covers;
Quality of Thinking
Simple (Broad) Definition of Critical Thinking
Standards in the Evaluation of Thinking
Clarity Accuracy Depth Breadth and Logic
Reasonable belief systems
Complex Issues
Pattern of Information
Application of Evaluative Focus
Native tendencies and Centricity including Bias and Ego
Assessing Validity of Assumptions
Reality without Diagnosis or Confirmation Bias
Dogma – Unwillingness to Question
Humility, Integrity, Confidence in Reason
Socratic Method
Testing Hypotesis
Projection of desires and Fallacies
"How to Read a Book" – Clarify Your Purpose
Variety Points of View and Perspective as Part of the Whole
Conclusions in a Question
Answers Stops Thinking
Questions Drives Thinking
Status Quo and Changing Conditions
Suspending Judgement
Implications of definitions such as Friendship (effected by Facebook)
Implications of an idea
Actionable Ideas
Humility in Thinking
Decisions in Uncertainty and in the Void of Special Knowledge
Character and Veracity of Information on the Internet
Filtering Through Data
Testing Information
Understanding Large Issues – "What is the Question? directing thinking"
Interrogative Statements
Reasond Judgement with Better and Worse Answers
What information do I need
Revisiting Solidified Concepts
Alternative Ways to Conceive things
Gathering Information
Relevancy of Points of View
Implications of Points of View
Accepting and Rejecting Reasoning
Actionable nature of Information
Critical Thinking is Reasonable with an Attempt of finding What is Reasonable to do
Thought not applied is useless
Ideas Must Result in Something


Ellis Martin Report (Music Edition) featuring Deborah Holland

In this musical edition of The Ellis Martin Report, Ellis visits with singer song writer and recording artist, Deborah Holland in Vancouver, British Columbia at popular eatery Paul’s Omelettry. Deborah’s voice and songs first graced our ears in the la…