Please take your time with this one. It's important. I am going to ask the reader to work with me on this one, please. This is because the subject is very important, and we all need to understand it, but I do not not how to set up the discussion. We all know what I … Continue reading LESSONS IN LOGIC: The Value of Stereotypes & Profiling
I have been trained in the formal use of logic. Consequently, I have a tendency to use certain terms in the same way they are used in formal logic. This post covers one of these terms that is important enough and which will occur often enough to warrant a specific post explaining how I am … Continue reading LESSONS IN LOGIC: The Formal Meaning of ‘Necessary’
Folks, I can explain how this process works in great detail. I can name names and show you where the people who developed this process specifically, clearly and publically explained how it works. I can show you where it has worked, and how it is working now. But that would require a book. All I … Continue reading HISTORY AND PROPAGANDA: The Gun Control Lobby Is Lying!
There is a principle in the laws of logic that one cannot argue against something that is true by definition. We can argue whether or not a definition applies, or it has been applied correctly, but we cannot argue with a conclusion based on definition. This is because anything based on definition is true by … Continue reading LESSONS IN LOGIC: If The Shoe Fits…
I frequently draw the motivation for my posts from encounters I have had with other people. This is one such post. In this case, I had a series of discussions with an individual who eventually told me -- with certainty -- that I am part of our social problem because I am rigid in my … Continue reading LIBERTY vs TYRANNY: How Can So Many Be So Blind?
For those who might be interested: I am fortunate enough that, for whatever reason, people find value in what I have to say. A couple weeks ago, this lead to my receiving an invitation to be a guest on a regional talk radio program, The Morning Drive with Steve Nichols. My first appearance can be … Continue reading TRTC on Talk Radio