Tag: guilt by association

Them and Us, War and Peace, Now or Never

One of my personal heroes, Bucky Fuller, spoke of humanity eventually arriving at the end of the womb of acceptable ignorance, a time when we would be faced with a stark choice. Continue backing into the future by fighting or fleeing from what we don’t want, or turning to face it squarely, realize we will live in the tomorrow we create today, and get busy creating a tomorrow we want to live in.

Senator Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) Deceptive or Delusional?

I think Senator DeMint is either delusional or intentionally deceptive. And I think he is fundamentally wrong about his core idea. It isn’t freedom on the line. Freedom doesn’t need to be saved. I see plenty of the love for it in the sacrifices made by our soldiers, teachers, business owners and civil servants at every level. It’s the future that is on the line.

Reading Facial Expressions on TV’s ‘Lie To Me’

Today is the final post in a three post series about reading body language and facial expressions, like they do on the TV show ‘Lie To Me.’

I think the TV show is way more hype than having to do with reality. It’s entertaining enough (I really enjoy it!) but when I look in it’s face, the expression I see there is not honest.

How To Defend Against The Guilt By Association Tactic

In my previous post, I talked about the power of association and its use in the ‘Guilt By Association’ tactic. In this post, we’ll explore how it works and how to defend yourself from its use. However, there is such a thing as actual guilt by association. If you sit in a room and hear people conspire to break the law, and do not take action, you are complicit.