Posts Tagged ‘The Nation’

The (Too) Ready Availability of Facts

Posted by Mack W. Borgen December 10th, 2013

The (Too) Ready Availability of Facts — To Reinforce Any Position; To Argue Any Theory; To Advance Any Cause; Percentage of Chronically-Absent Students; Number of School Districts with 4-Day School Weeks by Mack W. Borgen THE RELEVANCE OF REASON The Hard Facts and Real Data About the State of Current America “Stimulating, refreshing, and original…” […]

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Who To Believe ….

Posted by Mack W. Borgen August 28th, 2013

Excerpt and Fact of the Day “We no longer know whom to believe. All reporters are deemed too drive-by. All politicians are thought to be too compromised. The Pope is too Catholic, and Obama is too black. Cantor is too right, and Pelosi is too wrong. Reid is too mumbly, and Boehner is too tan. Cronkite […]

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