Skip to comments.The Incredible Pliability of Fact and Statistics
Posted on 03/25/2012 5:10:45 AM PDT by radioone
This week's report is about energy and the crazy things the President, Democrats, media, college students, and professors believe about energy and why their inability to acknowledge reality and understand economics and statistical evidence places us in such great danger.
Do you believe that Presidents can affect the price of gasoline?
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
We often say that facts speak for themselves. But that’s just not true. We must interpret the significance of facts and the meaning of statistics through a philosophy — and we all have one whether we know it or not.
Yes, but reason and learning don't further the Marxist cause.
That sounds insanely stupid, doesn't it? I say the enemy within is exactly that insane and exactly that deliberately stupid. Marxists in America won't be content until they've repeated all the failures of Soviet, Chinese, Eastern European, Viet Namese, and Cambodian communism. Reasoning with them is like trying to argue with walls or hard drives or the weather: not only a waste of our time and effort, but an encouragement to them.
Marxism isn't merely insanely stupid, but evil. It's time to call it what it is and react accordingly.