I find it very interesting that the media, politicians and video game industry all circle the wagons when video games are linked to violence in our society. I find it interesting for several reasons. First, while these folks deny the link, the U.S. Military is openly boasting about how well these violent games work at … Continue reading So, You Don’t Believe Video Games are Connected to a Rise in Violence?
Over the coarse of my life, I have engaged a great many people in political discussions. In the process of having these discussions, I have found that there is a pattern to the way a certain group of people think. In most cases, when I encounter a person from this group, I can actually predict … Continue reading APPLIED LOGIC: A Useful Political Profile
NOTE TO THE READER: In the interest of full disclosure, I want to make it known beforehand that I am openly hostile to the idea of the dialectic, and for reasons which I hope I will soon make perfectly clear. Karl Marx developed a political theory he called 'dialectic materialism.' A 'dialectic' is basically the … Continue reading Contradiction and the Insanity of Marxist Ideology
This post is intended to demonstrate how we can use our understanding of 'contradiction' in the real world. We are going to use a factual claim that is often made by those on the American political Left. It usually takes some form to the affect of: "There are no absolute truths!" Now, if we understand … Continue reading APPLIED LOGIC: The Contradiction