Author Archive | R. Steven Johnson

The Lesser Spokesman

In the world of persuasion, there exists the strategy of the Lesser Spokesman. When you want to appear fair, and give voice to the other side opposed to your position, but you don’t want to deal with full truth, you choose a “lesser spokesman.” As an example, it is common in the gun control debate […]

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Battle of Trenton by R'lyeh Imaging | Flintlock Riffle more deadly per capita than AR-15

Flintlock rifles were more than twice as deadly per capita than AR-15s!

In order to fulfill their agenda of societal change, liberals, statists and Marxists resort to logic that escapes those of us with lesser minds. They lock onto odd, carefully selected statistics that distort the truth and seek to make their obviously false purposes seem reasonable.  Note that the information included herein is indeed accurate, as […]

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How to Mislead When Telling Facts

Helena Ubinas of the Philadelphia Daily News was featured on CNN presenting her experience purchasing a weapon. The big point of this article is that it took only 7 minutes to buy an AR-15. Note, however, she defines that as starting when she turned over her id. That means she had already selected the firearm […]

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How to Build a Team

I use this outline to teach church teams the principles of team building. Note – this is not the only possible way to get maximum output. This is how to build the team. The best team, operating at 80 – 90 % output, is more than good enough. Team Building is based on respect and trust. […]

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