Monthly Archives: June 2014

On Perceiving the People and the Army as One Hand in America, Too

Why do people, according to this survey, separate so neatly that which the view of the system we’re commonly taught says is incorrect? Why do Americans ascribe such confidence to pigs & soldiers while withholding confidence from who tells pigs

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There will be nothing more likely to slow, halt, or potentially to reverse the progress of a movement against bigotry, and justly, than a perception, or even a mere credible suspicion, that its promise is fraudulent.

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In the future everybody will be right about Iraq for fifteen minutes

What other than the actual invasion of Iraq under proven-false premises could actually prove those premises false, at least as we articulated them to ourselves while, we believed, safely ignoring the always-wrong and resoundingly re-defeated defeatists?

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