A Path to Wisdom

By Charlie Johnston

I am primarily an autodidact, someone who is self-taught. I have some formal training, primarily in history and economics, but in most everything else my work is entirely the result of my own constant study since nearly the time I began to read. The virtue of an autodidact is that he often comes up with marvelously original and innovative ways to solve problems that are completely outside of the box of formal establishment thinking. The vices of an autodidact are, first, that he tends to have gaps in his knowledge of a subject because of the haphazard way he acquires learning and second (and far worse), that he often tends to have contempt for those who have disciplined formal training.

The first vice can be ameliorated by either establishing some formal pattern to a subject he wants to focus on or consulting regularly with people who have substantial formal training in that subject. The second vice is utterly foolish, a product of both vanity and insecurity that prevents him from covering the gaps in his knowledge.

A big vice among both autodidacts and formally trained intellectuals is the conceit that their brilliant expertise in one field automatically confers expertise in all fields to them. You get no expertise without the work.

Second-rate minds start with a conclusion based on their emotions or some very limited experience and can build a convincing case by cherry-picking data that seems to support the conclusion they started with while ignoring, or not even noticing, data that contradicts that conclusion. While their work can be very detailed, it is more likely to be wrong than it is to be right. If they are dishonest as well as second-rate they will include quotes from notable figures to confirm their own premise when the notable figures’ actual conclusions contradict them.

Third-rate minds are just a throbbing grievance looking for any crackpot nostrum to relieve the desperate dysfunction surrounding them. Surprisingly, some can write pretty detailed screeds. Unfortunately for them anyone with even an ounce of sense can discern the fevered heat radiating from those screeds. If they use source documents at all they make specious interpretations that are overly broad or overly narrow to fit their obsession. If they can’t get any supportive material, they just make it up – including made-up citations.

Ordinary consumers of information and news need not be at the mercy of whoever they are reading, nor do they need to become professional researchers themselves, nor even do they need to rob their families and vocations of significant time to discern what is credible and what is not. It does take some work and mental discipline, though. Following are four techniques you can use to effectively discern the credibility of any source. They don’t require any special or technical expertise, just basic logic and common sense. While they won’t filter out all nonsense, they will clear your head of a good 90 percent of it. But they must be rigorously applied every time. If you skip over them because you are reading something you want to believe you are simply deceiving yourself. Here, then, these basic techniques:

  • Truth will stand the test of examination: One of America’s foremost founding principles was that the only proper or safe way to counter errant speech was to fight it with better and more persuasive speech – and then pay attention to the results. Anyone trying to control speech through coercion rather than persuasion is a liar. They may, like the blind hog, come up with an acorn of truth from time to time, but they are unreliable liars. The whole nonsense of “misinformation” and “disinformation” needing to be controlled is an effort, like modern tyrants and kings of old, to control what you may think. Certainly, the establishment media and the government have NO business complaining of misinformation, as they have been the primary purveyors of it. If someone tries to shut down what you can speak of, I dismiss them before I even examine their position – because they are fundamentally power-mad liars.
  • Track record: Nobody is right 100 percent of the time. Frankly, if you are on target more than 80 percent of the time you are hall of fame material. But everyone, both prince and pauper, develops a track record. Those who are usually right – and are quick and candid to let you know when they have erred – are the most reliable. Those who try to hide or memory-hole their errors are despicable, intellectual con men. Those who frequently get it wrong may have insights, but are unreliable and their work must be checked. By this metric, climate change activists are the worst “experts” ever, for not a single one of their dire pronouncements has ever come to pass. They should be laughing stocks taken seriously by no one – and any institutions that granted them credentials should be examined for how they can so easily give out such certifications to people who obviously lack any expertise. The establishment media should also be a laughing stock by now, considered reliable by no one, for they have fallen for – and often intentionally peddled – lie after lie, reporting them as certain fact and established science. But they jump from hoax to hoax like Indiana Jones as the ground crumbles beneath them, never taking the time to assess why they get it so wrong so often while accusing those who disagree with them of misinformation. If you rely on people or institutions who are demonstrably wrong most of the time, you discredit yourself.
  • Credentials: Contrary to what modern popinjays think, a credential does NOT mean you do not need to justify your assertions: it means you should be able to easily and competently justify those assertions in an area of your credentialed expertise. If someone says they have a Ph.D. in a subject and will brook no questions, ignore them for they are a liar and likely incompetent. On several occasions I have had someone, in discussion, tell me they are an authority on a subject. Every time, I tell them that is all the more reason they should know the material and be able to justify their point. If they do not, they are simply a fraud – and usually an arrogant, incompetent fraud, at that.
  • Never reveal all you know: Incompetent goofs love to pretend to more knowledge than they have. You can easily discern them by not being foolish enough to try to impress them with your own knowledge. Ask all who might have genuine expertise honest and serious questions, sprinkling your questions with some you already know the answers to. If their answers to the questions you know are on target, it lends credibility to their assertions that you do not know the answers to. If they just make it up as they go along to try to impress, dismiss them, even if they have some genuine expertise. Rely on them and sooner or later they will lead you off a cliff.

Follow these four rules to determine who you should not pay attention to. Those who well surmount these criteria may still not be right, but truth matters to them. Discussion with them and consideration of their insights will help you find your way.

History is replete with brilliant autodidacts. Among them are Abraham Lincoln, Elon Musk, Blaise Pascal, Frank Lloyd Wright, Gustave Eiffel, Noel Coward, Mark Twain, Leonardo DaVinci, Thomas Edison…the list goes on and on in every field. Those who made a lasting impact had a healthy respect for those who went through the disciplined process to gain credentialed expertise – after ascertaining that the credential represented solid knowledge. You might think that autodidacts and credentialed intellectuals make strange bedfellows. You would be, at least in part, right. However, even this is a useful filter. For those sincere in the search for truth, the credentialed enjoys the autodidact’s originality and the autodidact enjoys the credentialed’s structured foundation. The only ones who get bent out of shape are those in either camp who are insecure or filled with resentment that his counterpart didn’t get knowledge the same way he did.

Do not be fooled by an expert in one field pretending to expertise he does not have in another. Remember, authentic expertise will stand the test of examination, not demand that everyone bow before a credential. No matter how brilliant someone is, he cannot attain expertise without doing the hard, deep work to gain it. God save us from modern “Google intellectuals,” people who think by reading title pages they become experts. They have no context or depth. They are like a man who has a French-English dictionary and pretends to be a fluent speaker of French. He can only peddle the fraud to people who are not native speakers – and not even to most of them.

I certainly have the autodidact’s cockiness that I can develop real expertise in almost any subject. When I was doing radio, it always tickled me when academic guest experts (primarily in economics, history and literature) would ask me off the air where I taught – and their surprise when I told them I didn’t. One of my most delicious moments was when a prominent microbiologist who I asked to vet a paper for me asked me where I taught. She thought I must be lying when I told her I had no background in microbiology, whatsoever, that I just had to get up to snuff to write that vitally important paper competently. But I have a healthy respect for the depth of work involved in gaining real expertise in any subject, so while it is possible to gain the knowledge in any field, it is not expedient. If I have enough basic knowledge to judge the expertise of those who know things I do not (using the four criteria I noted above, among others), then I can gather experts we can trust while focusing on my own areas of interest. The division of labor is crucial to solid, efficient performance in an organization.

Do not be intimidated by people with more attitude than knowledge attacking you. It is borne by their own insecurities and neurotic obsession with being seen as superior. I recently had a silly man inform me that I did not know anything about geo-politics like he did. I knew the man, someone who has endless opinions and little knowledge. I did not bother to remind him that high-ranking officials sometimes ask me for my take on the subject. What you devote yourself to, you can know if you constantly challenge your own assumptions. Don’t let the dogs that bark at you on your way distract you.

If you are an intellectual, do NOT pretend to expertise in a field you don’t have. It does not make people think you are smarter; it dilutes or destroys their confidence in the areas where you actually do have expertise.

At CORAC we have the benefit of a multitude of people who have deep, actual expertise in a multitude of fields. When you get on the website, looking under the material that each of the teams provide, you get the benefit of that genuine expertise. Mutual respect and proper discernment, using the techniques I offered, will give you the confidence to know that you don’t need to be an agricultural expert to avoid buying a pig in a poke. And you don’t need to be a biologist to know what a woman is.


The New York Times (NYT), which just a couple of years ago ridiculed Sweden for its relatively hands-off approach to Covid, has grudgingly conceded that maybe there was merit in that country’s approach. Oh, the NYT is not acknowledging that Sweden has been a spectacular success, preserving its economy and schools intact while getting one of the lowest death rates in the world. As I noted above, phonies never acknowledge when they are flat-out wrong. But truth is a rock – and ideological narratives are just mud sculpted and dried over the rock. Time and reality eventually wash away the illusion the mud provides, revealing the authentic shape of the rock of truth. Phonies are just too vain and stupid to acknowledge it. As the philosopher said, none are so blind as those who refuse to see.


How many people have you known who, to hide their incompetence, busy themselves with trivial matters so they can say they are working hard even as they ignore the serious and weighty matters that demand attention? That is what the federal government has become, the prissy, bossy little assistant manager at a local McDonald’s franchise; frantically bossing everyone around in the forlorn hope they don’t figure out he hasn’t a clue what he is doing.

Meantime, while transgenders try to eradicate women and mutilate children, the toxic United Nations has issued a formal recommendation that sex between adults and children be decriminalized and “affirmed.” Forty years ago, the UN was just useless. Now it is a clear and present danger to our children. Will even the trendy wine-women of the left coast buy into this? I suppose they might: many are eager to mutilate their own children to demonstrate how with-it they are. How long, O Lord, how long?


The gun control crowd got a major setback last week when federal judge Steven McGlynn issued an injunction against Illinois’ law banning a multitude of weapons and accessories. (Disclosure: McGlynn is a longtime friend of mine). I have not read as many full rulings as most lawyers, but I have read a lot more than most laymen. Only 27 pages, this was the clearest, most comprehensive yet concise ruling I have ever read. With no fluff it builds, brick by brick, to its conclusion. It even touched on the serious question of what is causing the deep social dysfunction of mass shootings. Both Reason Magazine and noted legal expert and Constitutional scholar Johnathan Turley seem to share my admiration.

While the decision was issued last Friday, I waited a few days to call my friend, fearful that perhaps our relationship was skewing my opinion of just how good this ruling is. But in most rulings, columnists summarize what it means for their readers with few quotes from the ruling, itself. Columnists on this one quoted big chunks of the ruling itself, confirming my judgment that this was a masterpiece of both clarity and logic. Judicial rulings are usually turgid gobbledygook that you have to wade through to get a few nuggets of insight. Maybe it is because I have such high regard for him personally, but I think the clarity and accessible logic, encompassing the broader issues at stake, of this ruling puts McGlynn squarely among the pre-eminent legal minds of our time. You can link to the full ruling at the bottom of the Turley piece.

Meantime, Amy Swearer of the Heritage Foundation, did a brutal takedown of the gun control crowd’s predicates on Twitter.

I really cannot fathom why the left is determined to ignore crime, mental illness, and border security while demanding that we disarm victims. It seems a very dumb way to reduce crime. It is vital, though, that we not confine ourselves to combatting the assaults of the know-nothing left. This is a deep social problem and we need to get to the root causes and solve them, however much it irritates leftist power-grabbers. Real lives and social cohesion demand it.


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36 thoughts on “A Path to Wisdom

  1. Great piece per usual Charlie! I got your gist!!!

    I especially liked this sentence in reference to our sweet little innocents – “How long, O Lord, how long?”

    For their sake, I pray this rescue 🛟 wraps up in warp speed!!!🙏🙏🙏

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  2. This is great! As a non-intellectual and non-didactic, these are great criteria to follow!

    I have to say, though, that at the beginning of the shut downs, the Spirit was moving me to smell a rat even when I wasn’t sure it was wrong. It was only time and hindsight that I could see that Spirit-filled instinct and how it bore fruit. Thank you, Lord!

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    1. I like that, Jewel. I used to instruct candidates to never condescend to or underestimate the intelligence of ordinary people. Most folks have a far better instinctive BS detector than snobs realize.

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  3. Re Charlie’s observation: “If they use source documents at all they make specious interpretations that are overly broad or overly narrow to fit their obsession. If they can’t get any supportive material, they just make it up – including made-up citations.” As it turns out, in addition to petty and corrupt human reasoning and falsifying truth, we now have the new tech AI darling, ChatGPT, caught fabricating the references it cites to justify its conclusions.

    I wonder if there is a good antonym for “autodictat?” We certainly have handy an exemplar in Joe Biden.

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  4. Thank-you, Charlie, this corresponds nicely with the 6 points you made in the video meet: 1) Be deliberate, 2) Be bold, not brash, 3) Never feed fear, but act on objective truth, 4) Do not reveal all you know, 5) Do not crush your opponents, 6) Do crush your own vanity. I think the best advice, listen carefully for the truth ~ truth matters.
    Interesting how the daily mass readings fit with your advice ~ “I am the way, the truth and the life…” and “my sheep know my voice.” We need to listen for the voice of Truth.
    Thank-you so much, Charlie, for all you do for us.
    God bless, katey in OR ✝️🙏🏽

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  5. “I really cannot fathom why the left is determined to ignore crime, mental illness, and border security while demanding that we disarm victims. It seems a very dumb way to reduce crime.” If we look at it from the viewpoint of trying to destroy a country they are doing a heck of a job. I think they want all the crime etc so they can call in the national guard. I even think the Cal. Governor has called in the national guard in San Fran just so people get used to seeing them on the street. To accept having soldiers patrolling in the street. Just my opinion.

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    1. It’s that way with almost all wildlife Doug. Insects, reptiles, birds and mammals all eat them in the fall/winter months. My Turtles eat them with abandon when they fall in the ponds and I’ve found them in every turtle I’ve ever caught during the fall. (They deficate out the shells).
      They are so relished in the fall that the game corn feeders are largely ignored during the mast crop fall of acorns.
      The food value of acorns is practically unkown to humans (But obviously not to animals) and acorn flour is tremendously nutritious but very alkaline so it needs some buffering to be palatable.
      Something to think about once we can’t get flour anymore.

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  6. Continental Congress in 1775 issued a proclamation calling for a day of public prayer and fasting. (Nat’l Day of Prayer 1st Th. in May)

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  7. It seems that the world is going deeper and deeper into a pagan society where the children are merely pawns to be used to attain selfish goals such as fame, fortune and careers. It wasn’t safe to be a child in the Old Testament and it looks like it is happening again here in the present time. Society has clearly turned away from Christians values and turned to the gods.

    I recently watched a US Grace Force episode with Fr. Richard Hellman and Doug Barry who has on Jonathan Cahn as their guest. Jonathan recently wrote a book called, The Return of the gods. He breaks down the timeframe to which society has turned away from God, just like the Israelites in the Old Testament, and shows how we left ourselves open for the false gods, demons, to return.

    It’s a eye-opening interview. Here’s the link. If it doesn’t work , just go to YouTube and search US Grace Force. It is a recent video on their channel.

    May God be with us all. 🙏🏻

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  8. JESUS = GOOD NEWS … 🙂






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  10. Stevebc I heard Fr Blount speaking about Marburg virus on the last grace force podcast with Fr heilman as the “possible,” next virus to be unleashed that could POSSIBLY cause the next blackout. Do you know if ivermectin would be the same drug that would help combat this virus?

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  11. Linda, some of the “truth telling” doctors are predicting that Marburg might be what they throw at us. Good question about what to use!

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      1. Good find, Maggie! Yes, I would think all the same things that build the body up and work specifically against C19’s virus will work against any virus.

        Everybody should keep in mind that the main part of the bioweapon (C19 and the vaxxxes) was the vaxxx, not the virus. That’s because in our modern world it is pretty simple to do things that harden your body against illness. And that is why there has been such a concerted long-term program to feed us denatured food, weaken our immune systems with poor nutrition, obesity and vaccines – that’s what’s required to make us vulnerable to many diseases, like viruses. And it also makes us open to propaganda that drives us to take an even more dangerous vaxxxine.

        Get your Vitamin D3 serum level up above 50-60 ng/dL, preferably 70-90, take NAC and selenium (and glycine) so your body will make lots of Glutathione, eat right so that you go to a good weight, and so on. If we all did that, viruses, even those like Marburg, would not circulate at all well, and they would have a tough time getting established in your body in enough numbers and long enough to make you really sick.

        We’re all afraid of viral epidemics, but the modern world is different from the days of yore when serfs and city dwellers lived in filth and ate poorly. Our global vulnerability to disease is because of poor distribution, poor education (of patient *and* doctors), and other problems we could solve. What we need is an international economy and understanding of health and sanitation that would enable all the people in the world to be healthy enough not to be at risk of such diseases.

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    1. Annie W I’ve been trying to learn about the Marburg virus. I doubt I’m spot on because I’m usually not…lol…😂. But the similarities to the prophecy of Marie-Julie Jahenney virus she speaks about and the Warburg virus are similar!!! If that were actually the case, the remedy would be hawthorn leaves 🍃! Ha!!! Me and my best church ⛪️ buddy char are looking into planting a hawthorn tree!!!😂.

      This is a really deep observation I was lucky enough to be present to on Monday. Mike didn’t understand my thinking so I’m thinking I might be off but I’d like to share it with you all just the same:

      So my grandson Jaxon got his first haircut 💇 last Monday! He’s almost 2 years old so you can probably just imagine how long his hair was! Some people were mistaking him for a girl and besides that, his hair kept falling into his field of vision so it was sort of getting dangerous as well! He wasn’t into wearing “baby buns,” at all! 😂

      His long hair was absolutely the cutest thing; however, and it made a huge difference on his appearance. It’s like he matured a full year with the short little boy haircut!

      My observation was this: Jaxon didn’t seem to pay any attention at all to the transformation of his new hair style! He sat there totally at peace and let the nice young lady cut off all his hair!He didn’t seem to care a lick!!!

      Now why you ask does that seem relevant? Well, it brought to my mind the gospel passage Jesus and the little children.

      “But Jesus called them unto him, and said, Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God. Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein.”

      In other words, Jaxon was there, getting his hair cut after two long years, and although it was such a big deal to me, mom and dad, it was NO BIG DEAL TO JAXON! There was no vanity, no dissatisfaction, and no disappointment; he was just THERE DOING HIS FATHER’S WILL!

      So what I got from that experience is that if WE want to enter the Kingdom of God someday, WE TOO should not be full of vanity, dissatisfaction, or disappointment when Our Father in heaven wills to cut our long overgrown hair e.g, disease, the aging process or things that lead to our death and simply trust in Our Fathers will!

      I hope to be someday like a small child who accepts her father’s will without complaint or surprise.

      Does anyone out there get this??? Lol 😂

      And so if I get Warburg please let me remember this if there is no remedy for the disease 😂🙏🙏🙏

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        1. Yes thank you Beckita!!! So glad to hear Father is back home and doing better!!!🙏🙏🙏. I pray he breaks 100!!!! That’s my prayer🥰⛪️🙏


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    Naughty Word Guy …. Gets It!



    An aside:
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    Would someone here assure me that it’s NOT Orchestrated Destruction!



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  13. “No matter how brilliant someone is, he cannot attain expertise without doing the hard, deep work to gain it.” (CJ).

    And with humility in being an instrument for God….

    “Mary’s power over all the demons will shine, however, in a particular way in recent times, when Satan will lay snares on her heel, that is, on her humble servants and poor children whom she will raise up to make war on him.
    Then Christians will be thought small and poor in the world’s judgment and humiliated in front of everyone, but, instead, they will be rich in graces and charisms, which Mary will distribute abundantly; great and elevated in holiness before God; superior to any other creature by their burning zeal; and so strongly supported in divine help, that with the humility of their heel and united to Mary, they will crush the head of the devil and make Jesus Christ triumphant.”
    (St. Louis de Montfort)

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  14. JESUS = GOOD NEWS … 🙂






    YEP!…. It is unfolding as written long ago!













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  15. JESUS = GOOD NEWS … 🙂


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    After hearing of it for decades, I’ve recently finished reading Huxley’s “Brave New World”.
    I’m guessing the below site is more Truth than not ;-(

    “American Despotism”

    Since we now know that President Trump was Targeted, Lied To and Criminally Mislead by the ENTIRE Feral DC Swamp Alphabet Agencies, Blue State Gubermints (NY/CA CovidHoax .. Anyone!!??) and THEIR Confederates in the LeftStream Media/Big Tech/Big Pharma plus WHO/UN/WEF, …….
    WHAT! …… Anything …. to be done!!???

    ALL of the above are still after Trump & his Deplorables to:
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    2) Distract Citizens from Biden PuppetMaster’s dismantlement of the Constitution/Bill of Rights and The Republic founded upon them and NW European/Christian Principles of Our Founders.
    3) Distract Citizens from Biden PuppetMaster’s Border, Supply Chain, Energy Policy, Bank Failures, Inflation and Urban Crime Disasters.
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  16. JESUS = GOOD NEWS … 🙂







    Can anyone here convice me that The Decline of The USA is NOT orchistrated!?











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  17. JESUS = GOOD NEWS … Happy Saint Damien Day 🙂









    First THEY came for your Toilets that worked, then your Made in USA Light Bulbs, then your Gas Stoves , ……… then THEY came for your Children!








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