A Sincere Invitation from the Editor

08 May

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This post is so important it has been changed to its own page. To view it please click A Sincere Invitation from the Editor or click the link at the top of the page.

Original readers’ comments are still attached to this page to avoid losing them.

Thank you!

The Editor


4 responses to “A Sincere Invitation from the Editor

  1. Pundit

    May 8, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    Sometimes, the presentation of facts is difficult and maybe impossible to understand, especially in these times.
    Facts are just exactly how things are!
    We must all deal with them no matter how we feel about them. Without fact, discussions are not accurate and not worth having.
    I appreciate this forum.


    • Fides qua Creditur

      May 9, 2012 at 7:23 am

      Thank you Pundit for your appreciative words and cogent insight. I hope that others read them and attempt to understand them and apply them appropriately.

      But we would caution anyone who might construe “facts” to be equivalent with Truth. Anyone familiar with how lawyers and politicians can lie by doctoring facts. There are, therefore, “false” facts or events or circumstances that are doctored and made to seem to be facts and “true” facts, those descriptions of events or circumstances that closely correspond to reality, taking into account the observer’s personal perception bias. On this blog we represent as false facts those statements made by Matt Miller and the teachers association in support of the 2012-13 school budget. The RCS library proposal is neither fact nor truth; it is simply incomplete through no fault of anyone. But to represent the library budget or the library move proposal in terms of being good and beneficial simply to get it passed is simply a lie. A simplistic definition of Truth is ‘a very objective presentation of facts.’



      • Pundit

        May 9, 2012 at 8:36 am

        Graphics and short text is/are needed for the ‘Vote No’ signs. Any help appreciated. Thanks


      • Fides qua Creditur

        May 9, 2012 at 8:47 am

        You’re right, Pundit! If you can provide a digital photo of the Vote NO! signs…and if anyone can provide a digital photo of the clusters of “Whalen, Engel, Reville + Library” signs, we’ll post an article. Any suggestions for the short-text or graphics? Send them to us and we’ll work them into an article or YOU write the articel, and if it’s appropriate, we’ll publish.

        Remember also our suggestion for drafting write-ins to topple the Teachers Tower on the Board of Education!

        Thanks for the great comments and good work!



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