Tag Archives: Dunning-Kruger Effect

Trump supporters: Like sheep willingly led to slaughter

Forgiving Trump voters in CNN segment give him "A" grade for performance so far: https://t.co/wvIRF2O2u8 pic.twitter.com/KWyyiNdqfA — Slate (@Slate) April 2, 2017 The big stories of Donald Trump’s presidency so… Read more »

“[I]illiberalism and xenophobia in the hands of a would-be autocrat will make for a dangerous brew”

A parrot flies out the window in Soviet Russia. The owner rushes to the Moscow offices of the K.G.B., where he tells an agent: “I just want to make clear… Read more »

The fact that America has been “dumbed down” explains how we got to where we are

Yeah, because that is the problem with America right now: Liberals sounding too smart. pic.twitter.com/NUPUGi3t7l — Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) March 18, 2017 I have to laugh at those who… Read more »

“You saddled the rest of us with misrule and disaster. Own it.”

Holy mother of god, I’m tired of reading quotes from people who live in places where the local economy went to hell or Mexico in 1979, and who have spent… Read more »

‘Tis better to be thought a moron than…well, to be this guy

One of the distressing aspects of our collective political discourse are those living, breathing examples of the Dunning-Kruger Effect who walk among us. Yes, I’m referring to those intellectual titans… Read more »

America’s Lowest Common Denominator: When an entire class of people celebrates their ignorance

I find myself pondering the concept of stupidity with distressing frequency these days. America has evolved (devolved?) into a place where many regard and treat ignorance with the same consideration… Read more »

“This [fake] story is still developing and CTN will bring you more when we have it.”

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – It was early fall, and Donald Trump, behind in the polls, seemed to be preparing a rationale in case a winner like him somehow managed to lose…. Read more »