Don't Tell Me
CRITICAL THINKING: WHAT IS IT AND CAN I BUY IT ONLINE?
About the Book
Today, we live in a complacent country where only certain answers are acceptable.
In this book, the author dares to go against accepted wisdom, considering questions such as:
• Is the divorce rate really 50%—and if it isn’t, what is it and why should we care?
• Why is the media telling us COVID-19 is so bad?
• Do we really know Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution to be true?
• Has the Bible been disproven and debunked?
Other topics include the Big Bang Theory, biological differences between men and women, politics and religion, random mutations, UFOs, and global myths.
The author also explains that the best lies are 99% true—liars practice their craft using the truth to mislead others. Moreover, he notes that no matter what you believe, truth is still true. For instance, even if a person believes they can fly, if they jump off a ten-story building, they will still die upon hitting the ground.
Join the author as he asks questions that the establishment would prefer you keep to yourself by reading Don’t Tell Me.
About the Author
Mark Schwieso received an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps in 1992, after serving in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He graduated with honors from Missouri State University with a degree in international business and a minor in German. He earned an MBA from MidAmerican Christian University, graduating with a 4.0 GPA. He received a graduate diploma from Air Command and Staff College. He ran his own blog, The Conservative GANDR, for several years, and ran for Oklahoma’s state congress in 2006 and state senate in 2012.