Mr. Perfect wrote:You're right. You don't have to research it. You can remain in the dark, and never know what the truth is. In the age of internet search engines you can choose to not seek the knowledge. However in the long run does lack of knowledge generally help in a debate or hurt.
For example if you were to google "Founding Fathers 2nd amendment" do you think that would help you prepare for a debate or hurt you.
Are you comfortable with digital book learning or uncomfortable.
I'll google it after you make your case.
Consistently not even wrongMilitia
The French Resistance is an example of a militia.
The US Natl Guard is an example of a militia.
A militia is representative and enjoys the support of the general population.
A select militia is composed of a small, non-representative portion of the population, often politicized.
"Select militia" is the polite terms for self-appointed ideology-driven group of amateurs whose fringe beliefs are not shared by the general population.
Often associated with war crimes due to their ideological fanaticism re the Yugoslav Wars.
Amateurish and clownish in places such as the USA.
All the world's a stage.