Earlier version published at: http://www.teapartynation.com/profiles/blogs/barry-s-next-job
Obama knows that the test-that-matters for dictator-applicants is their history for getting…Continue
“. . . MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa. Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“‘The whole country is going to hell,’ the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is…Continue
“The best lack all conviction, while the worst,
Are full of passionate intensity. (Yeats, 1920)
First, Vlad and Barry have an acute “sense of the future” (Barkley 1997; Bronowski 1977). Either man can sit under a tree, imagine different outcomes, and pick one of several to pursue. And both of these guys magnify their self-interest although Barry may have his most useful schemes on a golf course and Vlad at the gym.
In contrast, much of humanity consists of IQ 75s (Lynn…Continue
Psychologist Russ Barkley used to recommend consequences for inhibiting impulsive behavior in young males . . . consequences that are immediate, certain, and personally relevant. And my chief job as a psychologist was not lecturing the young male but to get his mother to stop doing so. Such is also true for other assemblies of young males. For example, fifty push-ups and a ten-mile run inhibit goofing around by young Marines. Such consequences would have helped at Mizzou.