Posts Tagged ‘facts’

The Utility of Facts and the Stubborn Elusiveness of Truth

Posted by Mack W. Borgen February 27th, 2014

Utility and Limits of Facts – My Facts and Your Facts – Expenditures for Education Technology for and Internet Access of U.S. Students by Mack W. Borgen THE RELEVANCE OF REASON Two Companion Books Presenting The Hard Facts and Real Data About the State of Current America Book One  – The Hard Facts and Real Data […]

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Like Little Gold Nuggets Among Like-Minded Friends – Public Perception of Capitalism Among Selected Countries

Posted by Mack W. Borgen September 19th, 2013

THE RELEVANCE OF REASON (Book 2) – SOCIETY AND CULTURE   NOW AVAILABLE    This is the companion book to The Relevance of Reason – Business and Politics (Book 1) which was released in July 2013. ♥  Order A Set of These Companion Books Great As Holiday, Birthday, Graduation, or Special Event Gifts For Your Friends, Family and Associates ♥   (Brody […]

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The Concept of “Current America” and Our Need for Hard Facts and Real Data

Posted by Mack W. Borgen January 17th, 2013

America is in need of responsible answers, realistic hope, and measurable progress. The solutions to America’s problems will be neither quick nor simple, but they are there. Eventually they will be built upon a certain blended bedrock of compromise and consensus, but the place to begin  — the immediate goal — may be to have a clear understanding about Current America […]

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