Monday, May 01, 2006

Mark Steyn on Poor Thinking

Mark Steyn, in fine form, skewers some categories of poor thinking; in particular he lambastes the disposition to assert one's natural place on the moral high-ground and doing so by cloaking one's non-truth-seeking assertions in meaningless platitudes. He also gets on the case of the closely related tendency to not come up with any useful solutions whatsoever.

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