Tag: Public Discourse

Maddow Defense and the Degenerate Legal Climate in the United States

It is now enshrined in law that there is an implied understanding that liberal hosts are just providing commentary even though they’re part of a major news network. Even to the extent that they can make factual claims about other people. This stands while… Continue Reading “Maddow Defense and the Degenerate Legal Climate in the United States”

Vagueness – The Fart That Binds – A News Blitz

Yea….I’m aware of the echo and the fact that the intro music sounds like a rave with intermittent power but hey! I made a da vidya. Today I talk about how vague terms like businessman, news, etc. And the way that congresscritters use vagueness… Continue Reading “Vagueness – The Fart That Binds – A News Blitz”

Fence Sitting is Not the Moral High Ground

Just because discourse gets messy and our opinions might not have much clout doesn’t mean we should shy away from actively seeking to understand everything we can. A response prompted by this video:

The Importance of Principle

“All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” Is a rather famous aphorism. But how do you know that you are a good man? How do you know what you should do? I use this aphorism and… Continue Reading “The Importance of Principle”

Rhetoric vs Reality – My Media Philosophy (Vlog)

I’m basically shadowboxing Steven Crowder to make my points about public discourse. Please take my points with a grain of salt and watch Steven’s videos to form your own opinion. Not trying to be patronizing by stating the obvious. I just want it understood… Continue Reading “Rhetoric vs Reality – My Media Philosophy (Vlog)”

More than a Right

Free speech is life. Allow me to elaborate. Breathing is not considered a right. It’s not considered in the same category as rights, privileges, and all the myriad distinctions thereof. No. Even prisoners and slaves are unquestionably reserved the right to draw air. Certainly,… Continue Reading “More than a Right”

‘Murica Month| Speechcraft + 1776 (Vlog)

A brief vlog discussing the importance of skilled oratory for every citizen of a democratic republic. June is ‘Murica month on Mellow Mission Productions. I’ll be reading up on all things Locke, Washington, 1776, and Murica. Videos and essays are forthcoming. |Reading List |… Continue Reading “‘Murica Month| Speechcraft + 1776 (Vlog)”

Trump is the Future (Vlog)

…of discourse. Since today’s issues are really nuanced and we now have a technology that allows for instant international communication… Maybe its time to start getting policymakers to explain ideas and gain insight from constituents in real time. Maybe Trump is right. Social Media|… Continue Reading “Trump is the Future (Vlog)”

The Schlossberg Fractal

I run a website called The Fractal Journal. So I tend to see things fractally. Everyone does. Because everyone understands that no action occurs in a vaccum and is thus inherently multifaceted. There’s a New York attorney called Aaron Schlossberg who was recently the… Continue Reading “The Schlossberg Fractal”

A Good Sign?

The video below comes from ‘The Knife Media’ which seems to be taking a step in the right direction. They use a fairly good grasp of logical fallacies to point out the misleading tactics of big media companies and influential personalities. Their journalistic chops… Continue Reading “A Good Sign?”