Will the WOMEN'S MARCH fizzle like OCCUPY WALL STREET?
Here's a MODEL FOR ACTION :-
Here's a Parody Ad – that ran on
Fox News –that Turns Trump
Campaign Rhetoric on Its Head --
When the Republicans took power
in 2004 the first thing they did was to reward the Banks
who financed them with a Bankruptcy Bill --
Somebody needs to be rebutting FOX LIES. Republican Voters are not watching MSNBC so it needs to be TV ADS in Swing States especially!
More than a how-to manual
for organizers, NO SHORTCUTS is how to build working-class power.
|Some supporters of
President Donald Trump believe just about everything he says, even when he’s
wrong. And Trump himself seems to have absolute confidence in his own
beliefs ? again, even when he is demonstrably wrong.
But there is a psychology lesson that could help explain it, according to Cambridge University-educated actor Stephen Fry, who was voted the most intelligent person on TV in the United Kingdom.
For example, researchers found students who were least proficient often overestimated their own abilities.
“The skills they lacked were the same skills required to recognize their incompetence,” Fry said. “The incompetent are often blessed with an inappropriate confidence buoyed by something that feels to them like knowledge.”
That’s now known as the Dunning-Kruger effect.
In a new clip that Pindex put together, Fry also explains how Salience Bias and the power of repetition help shape views more than facts.
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance,” Fry says in the clip. “It is the illusion of knowledge.”