Talk:Intellectual dishonesty

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This is why I stick to categorization... Aziraphale 16:01, 23 July 2007 (EDT)

The Murray quote is a rather one-sided and narrow (and I don't mean politically, I mean in terms of the science on the issue) dialogue on the issues with IQ testing. I think an article on IQ testing should be created to rectify this, and I think this quote needs to be balanced or taken down.--John 16:05, 23 July 2007 (EDT)

The Murray quote is also way off. If you look in any psychology textbook (you know, from liberal academia) what you'll find is that there is an effect of ethnicity on IQ, and that it's attributed to environmental factors, not genetics. Murray 20:23, 18 March 2008 (EDT)

I have to admit, I have read the quotation from several times, and I'm not sure what the point is. Who is being intellectually dishonest? The racist who wrote the straw man quote? Or the liberals who refuse to believe (according to the guy who wrote the straw man) the racism in the quote? I think in general we shouldn't quote from something found on a website called "". HelpJazz 14:38, 20 September 2008 (EDT)

Removed this section

"Liberals, and those on the left, are far more inclined to this form of deceit than conservatives"

There was a citation needed for almost a year, and it had not been updated. Until we have some evidence other than perhaps our own perceptions, I don't think it belongs in the article. KingHanksley 20:42, 7 May 2011 (EDT)

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