Readers are called on to dive deeper into what academia and media tout as true
After more than 13 months of extensively researching topics such as the Big Bang Theory, evolution, politics and religion, global myths, divorce rates and more, author Mark Schwieso is asking readers to reconsider what is known as “truth” in his new work.
“In my book, I present facts that you never hear,” he said. “People need to start researching issues that they consider important.”
In “Don’t Tell Me: Critical Thinking: What Is It and Can I Buy It Online?” Schwieso shares his findings and calls out discrepancies. He urges readers to look deeper at information received daily from news outlets, social media and others, as well as what has been taught in school, by asking critical questions and researching on their own.
“I want to inspire people to research the news and information they are being given,” said Schwieso. “It is crucial that we develop our own independent thought on the subjects. We need to find sources that give facts and let us decide on how to apply those facts.”
“Don’t Tell Me: Critical Thinking: What Is It and Can I Buy It Online?”
By Mark Schwieso
ISBN: 9781664267879 (softcover); 9781664267886 (hardcover); 9781664267862 (electronic)
Available at WestBow Press, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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 the blog The Conservative GANDR for several years. In 2006, he ran for Oklahoma’s state congress, and state senate in 2012. “Don’t Tell Me: Critical Thinking: What Is It and Can I Buy It Online?” is his first book. To learn more, please visit markschwieso.com.
BETH DEL VILLE