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Americans reject the advice of experts to insulate their fragile egos from ever being told they’re wrong.
In many ways, the populist surge that brought Donald Trump to office represents a rejection of experts and all they represent. Americans today see ignorance as a virtue. Here’s why they’re very, very...
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Sigmundur Halldorsso 9 Mar 17
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honestly. Not just an American problem.
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WonkaWasInnocent 9 Mar 17
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or because they disagree. Don't assume people want the same thing. That's expert arrogance
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TraderMoe 9 Mar 17
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Taleb says, and I agree, that it's a rebellion against the Intellectual Yet Idiot class:
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Chris Hadrick 9 Mar 17
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this is what he tells confused customers at bed, Bath and beyond where he works
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Cynical Mallu 9 Mar 17
I just wish these idiots go to their Barbers for their heart surgeries. Y do they need experts when they r dying?
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Cynical Mallu 9 Mar 17
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what the hell do they know to disagree? Because Fat Limbaugh said so on radio
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Unstoppable Paul Nehlen 9 Mar 17
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Aw...sounds like some 'experts' are feeling irrelevant. Because you are.
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Luly Fernández 9 Mar 17
Don't comment without reading the book. Makes you look foolish.
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Luly Fernández 9 Mar 17
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And people like you is why he wrote the book. @willyswanders
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Adorable Deplorable 🇺🇸 10 Mar 17
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Experts at getting things wrong! Election, Brexit, WMDs, Syria, Libya. etc............ YOU ARE GLOBALIST FRAUDS!
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TexitMachine 10 Mar 17
You misspelled "generation" as "year"
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Kurtis Fechtmeyer 10 Mar 17
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writing articles based on tendentious - if not outright fake - "polls" is generally a useless exercise
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John Stodder Jr. 10 Mar 17
"The experts?" All of them? What a bizarre concept. What color is the sky in your world?
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John Stodder Jr. 10 Mar 17
Most Trumpkins are like you. If an expert disagrees w/a dumb prejudice, they are "so-called experts."
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Frank Humphreys 13 Mar 17
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It is perfectly reasonable to find this incredibly complex world difficult to understand. Sadly, few want to admit it
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