OR… DOES THE NORMALCY BIAS BLOCK A VALID FEAR WE ARE ON THE ‘EVE OF DESTRUCTION’?
THE MECHANISM THAT SUPPRESSES “WHAT TOMORROW MAY BRING” COULD BE OUR UNDOING
Do most Americans fear the apocalypse? Is doomsday just around the corner? Or are more Americans complacent than fearful? Or worse, are most Americans willfully avoiding an approaching cataclysm because they are swayed by the ‘normalcy bias’?
The normalcy bias? “What is that?” you ask. Wikipedia defines it this way:
The normalcy bias, or normality bias, is a mental state people enter when facing a disaster. It causes people to … Read More
With the third and final debate tonight, what kind of fireworks will we see? Will the race be over after the debate tonight? Will someone score a knockout punch? My friend John Price, author of THE END OF AMERICA, published this newsletter yesterday. With his permission, I’m sharing it with my audience. John wrote the foreword to my book, THE NEXT GREAT WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST. He and I think alike on many counts. I thought you might enjoy this. I encourage you to read his book and mine if you want to get a biblical perspective on what
HRC’S EMAIL SERVER CONTAINED INFORMATION CLASSIFIED ‘ABOVE TOP SECRET’
The following information from one of my favorite journalists, Bill Gertz, documents how blatant Hillary Clinton lied about the nature of information on her private email server. It was far more than Yoga classes and wedding planning. Here is a segment of Bill’s article. How the FBI decided not to prosecute should itself be a criminal offense. The cavalier and careless attitude HRC showed the arrogance of the former Secretary of State and surely reflects crimes that should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law… or on the other … Read More
This article was published originally on June 9, 2016. But its time again to focus on these issues. The risk of war with Russia grows daily. Most experts say that if Hillary wins, war with Russia is inevitable. However clumsy Donald Trump is, it will take wisdom that looks past his flaws to make our decision on who will be the next president based on the consequences of the election, not the character of either candidate, because both deserve criticism. Indeed, neither are role models. But their policies are very different. In the end, we must concentrate on the most