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  • I seem to remember that there is a book coming out with the title Myth of the Rational Voter, and I think that the title and the book are on point.

    I am not a Populist, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    Robert Koehler: Believe in Violence and Be Saved

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    Robert Koehler: Believe in Violence and Be Saved

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    Robert Koehler: Believe in Violence and Be Saved

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    Robert Koehler: Believe in Violence and Be Saved

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    Robert Koehler: Believe in Violence and Be Saved

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    Robert Koehler: Believe in Violence and Be Saved

  • Also in my answer to the posters question, I suggested going to the CNO web site an see the listings of what they call Myth and Fact, which is the logic and justification of the actions against the Cherokee Freedmen ...

    Chad Smith Logic and Justification! "NOT"

  • Pondering all this, I also thought about theologian Walter Wink and what he calls the Myth of Redemptive Violence: the simplistic belief in incorruptible good and irredeemable evil, locked in an endless go-around of carnage and collateral damage.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • This whole McCain Myth is predicated on the Beltway principle that anyone who supports war and cheers on war and wants to prolong the occupation of Iraq is inherently Serious when it comes to National Security, no matter how little they know and how unbroken a record of Wrongness they’ve compiled.

    McCain Watch: Foreign Who? Foreign What? Foreign How? | Living the Liminal

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