As a trained researcher, I appreciate the virtue of simplicity. You’ve probably heard this admonition before: The simplest explanation is usually the right one. Even police detectives use it to deduce who’s the likeliest suspect in a murder case. Physicians often use the principle to determine the illness behind a set of symptoms. This line of reasoning is called Occam’s razor.
Occam’s razor is utilized in numerous ways throughout the world as a means to decipher a problem or situation and eliminate all the extraneous variables. In other words, simplicity is your best friend. When faced with a decision on which is the m0ost likely strategy to be successful, generally, the most simple choice is your best bet.
For example, does Congress serve your needs, yes or no? Don’t complicate the issue. Can you even name one thing that this administration has…
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