Wednesday, March 23, 2016

P&D Today

By Rich Kozlovich

I think you will find P and D is particularly profound and provocative today.  All too often we fail to define reality as it is, and the left is paramount in obfuscating the truth by calling it "hate speech", "xenophobia", "racism" and more. All in order to silence those who do see things clearly and define them properly.  All right out of Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals.  Let's try and get this once and for all. 

Truth isn't "hate speech", it isn't "xenophobic" it isn't "racist" - it's just the truth. 

Truth is the sublime convergence of history and reality.  Everything we're told has an historical foundation and structure.  Everything we're told should bear some resemblance to reality.  If what's presented to us fails in either category - it's wrong!  It's not the truth!  All that's left is to develop the intellectual response to explain why it's wrong, an error in facts or judgment - and most importantly - why it's a lie, whether deliberate or unintentional. 

Commentaries
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Linked Articles
  1. Baby born alive after failed abortion left to die  by Douglas Ernst
  2. Douglas Ernst About | Email | Archive
  3. Stalinism Through a Child’s Eyes by J. Wiltz
  4. The Lie of Academic Free Speech by Richard L. Cravatts
  5. The Rise of America's Liberalist Class byMichael Bargo, Jr.
  6. Ted Cruz Will Reform Washington to Return Power to the States By Mike Lee
  7. Cruz Assembles All-Star Foreign Policy Team to Combat Radical Islam by Nate Madden
  8. Bongino: 4 Takeaways From Belgium Terror Attacks by Dan Bongino
  9. Homegrown Hamas Terrorist Criticizes Cruz over Monitoring Islamists by Daniel Horowitz
  10. Cartoons Will Not Stop ISIS by Rachel Ehrenfeld
  11. How public must science be? Union of Concerned Scientists would limit disclosures! by David Abel 
Composites
  1. Obama: The Clown In Charge Of The Circus That Went To Cuba
  2. Constitution.com
  3. Ohio Medicaid expansion sign-ups keep crushing projections

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