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Investigation: First tool toward a definition of fact

Contents

I. Introduction

II. Abstract

III. Introduction

IV. Asking Questions, Initiating Investigation

V. The Investigative Process

VI. Original Sources not Understood or Ignored

VII. Established Opinions vs. Truth

VIII. Barriers and Authorities

IX. Interrogation vs. Interview

X. Interview Preparation

XI. Communication Skills

XII. Ethics and Investigation

XIII. Group Think

XIV.  Bibliography

XV. End Notes

Abstract

Investigation is commonly defined in the current era as being associated with criminal (White collar1  and Blue collar2 behavior, actions, and various consequences ranging from theft to murder-for-hire and assassination, and more,3 while the practitioners of this sleuthfoot/gumshoed/shamus4 operation do use basic principles of investigation...

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Politicians in judicial robes: the Lawless US Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court 2000 to the present has ruled consistently in favor of corporations and lobbyists who affect legislation and life, and equally attack citizen rights and liberties. The five "conservative" on the court are all activists and play the role of legislators rather than judges. The Roberts Court is signalling the death knell for the USA and personal freedoms--as no one is willing to act to save democracy in the USA.Read More
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God so loved the world that he gave the world…

God is praised even when evil happens. Christians believe that God gave his son (John 3:16) to save the mortal race, but no mention is made of the fate of earth. What did God truly give the world? The answer will surprise many.Read More

3/4ths of USA Senate GOP Doesn’t Believe in Science

While the teaching of Darwin’s theory of evolution still raises the blood pressure of USA Tea Bag Party Republicans/GOP, climate warming is now the monster of the moment. “Science is bunk” most Tea Baggers brag; and 74% of the GOP in the US Senate concur (http://blog.thenewstribune.com/letters/2011/04/11/gop-is-against-using-science-to-solve-problems/ and http://www.alternet.org/story/150340/ and http://blogs.alternet.org/speakeasy/2010/10/10/how-did-an-entire-political-party-decide-to-reject-climate-change-science/ on the economics of climate change and geopolitics, see: http://www.nationaljournal.com/columns/political-connections/for-energy-the-price-is-not-right-20110317?mrefid=site_search)...

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