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1. THE FAMILY DEFENSE MANUAL

It is no secret that traditional families are under attack by extremists that have obtained undue influence in government agencies and the courts. What you do not know is who these extremists are. You probably also do not know that they have allied themselves with organized criminals in the mental health and social work systems.

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2. THE LOW DOWN QUICK AND DIRTY COMMON MAN'S GUIDE TO THE ESSENTIAL SKILLS OF CRITICAL THINKING

This unique manual contains skills everyone should have learned in high school, but did not because of the current dumbing down national education policies. Master these skill and you will be able to out-perform your co-workers and business competitors at communication skills and objective decision-making. Below is the organizational structure of the manual:

Analytical Format for Exercising Dispassionate Analysis

Step I. Identify and Define the Major Concepts.
Step II. Identify the Major Propositions.

  1. Types of propositions:
    1. fact
    2. value
    3. policy
  2. Types of Evidence Used in Support of Propositions:
    1. Testimonial Evidence.
    2. Factual Evidence:
    1. Examples
    2. Statistics
    3. Empirical Studies
  3. Types of Reasoning Relating Propositions to Conclusions:
    1. Deductive Reasoning:
      1. Categorical Syllogism.
      2. Hypothetical Syllogism.
    2. Inductive Reasoning:
      1. example
      2. comparison or analogy
      3. statistical inference
Step III. Identify the Major Implications of the Author's Work.
Step IV. Develop a Personal Critique of the Author's Work.
Step V. Specify the Unanswered Questions Raised by the Author's Work.
Step VI. Avoid Agreeing with a Conclusion for the Wrong Reasons:
  1. Fallacies of Relevance:
    1. Appeal to Authority.
    2. Appeal to Ignorance.
    3. Appeal to Emotion.
  2. Fallacies of Presumption:
    1. Overlooking the Facts:
      1. Sweeping Generalization
      2. Hasty Generalization
      3. Bifurcation
    2. Evading the Facts:
      1. Begging the Question
      2. Question-Begging Epithets
      3. Complex Question
      4. Special Pleading
    3. Distorting the Facts:
      1. False Analogy
      2. False Cause
      3. Irrelevant Thesis
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3. PSEUDOSCIENCE AND PSEUDOLOGIC IN PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING

Documents through local analysis of the interpretive structure for the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory 2 how it, and other similar psychological tests, produce false conclusions of mental disorders and label certain thoughts, life experiences, personal habits, social relationships, religious and political beliefs as indicators of mental disorders. No set of responses exists that can be interpreted to conclude the individual taking the test has an absence of psychological problems. Methods used to rig the false positive conclusions violate the scientific requirements for establishing causal relationships and violate the U.S. Supreme court standards of testability, refutability and falsifiability. Once the false positive conclusion that a mental health problem exist is made there is no human act that can disprove the false positive.

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