May 27, 2014
A Plague of Lone Gunmen in the Age of Obama?
Straight away let’s address an issue that is very important in what follows: Eyewitness evidence is often very unreliable and hearsay evidence is often very unreliable. Numerous biological, psychological, and sociological processes can distort both perception and its verbal translation. There are individual differences among persons that affect their ability to accurately gather and report information, and circumstances, such as stress and alarm, can operate either alone or in conjunction with those differences to compromise the validity of witness statements. And yet, there is no gainsaying the fact that even broken clocks are right twice a day. Furthermore, there is very little room to contest the notion that what ends up being the MSM/government official version of events is often riddled with inaccuracies, whether those inaccuracies are attributable to underreporting, the failure to report, how matters are framed, negligence, and so on. In short,...(Read Full Article)