Tag Archives: rhetoric

Why I’ve Been Quiet

Lately I haven’t posted anything, even though every day seems to have a blog-worthy topic. To be succinct, I’ve felt I’ve said all that needs to be said in a fundamental sense on any issue I see in the news. … Continue reading

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Redefining Words

Jim O’Connor over at Patriot’s Lament makes the observation, as I have, of the terrible tendency people have to misuse redefine the words they use at the beginning of, during, and after an argument as part of the destruction of language. Addressing the current debate … Continue reading

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Why Johnny Can’t Talk

Why Johnny Can’t Speak While reading a book on the degradation of education in society, I came across the following passage: Have you ever, in listening to a debate among adult and presumably responsible people, been fretted by the extraordinary … Continue reading

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