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Liberals & Conservatives: The difference really is in the way they think

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Monday, April 16, 2012

It’s been said that minds are much like books and parachutes.

They’re useless unless opened.

So, it seems evident that there really is something to be said about being “open minded.”

Liberals and conservatives don’t just vote differently. They think differently.

By Chris Mooney, Published: April 12

“Follow the money.” As a young journalist on the political left, I often heeded this well-worn advice. If conservatives were denying the science of global warming, I figured, big fossil-fuel companies must be behind it. After all, that was the story with the tobacco industry and the dangers of smoking. Why not here?

And so I covered the attacks on the established scientific knowledge on climate change, evolution and many more issues as a kind of search for the wealthy bad guys behind the curtain. Like many in Washington, I tended to assume that political differences are either about contrasting philosophies or, more cynically, about money and special interests.

There’s just one problem: Mounting scientific evidence suggests that this is a pretty limited way of understanding what divides us. And at a time of unprecedented polarization in America, we need a more convincing explanation for the staggering irrationality of our politics. Especially since we’re now split not just over what we ought to do politically but also over what we consider to be true.

Liberals and conservatives have access to the same information, yet they Read the rest of this entry »

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A Common Sense Approach to Alzheimer’s Therapy

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Monday, January 3, 2011

I forgot why I was writing this…

Oh yes… now I remember. Keep me happy!

Seriously folks, as a Nurse, I can attest to this. I’ve seen this work. Now, you think about it; you can give a $1.00 candy bar, or a $25 antipsychotic pill that has a history of liver damage, stomach upset, and more. What would YOU want? Read the rest of this entry »

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