Six Reasons Why Politicians Believe They Can Lie (and Not Get Caught)

September 24th, 2012

By Dr. Jim Taylor With the presidential and congressional campaigns in the homestretch, the quadrennial contest for deception, misdirection, fact-bending, half-truths, and downright lies, in other words, the challenge to win the hearts and minds of voters, is in full swing. In writing this post, I’m trying to maintain a neutral stance on which party […]


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Truth about the War in Afghanistan

February 8th, 2012

By Tom Carter If you haven’t seen it yet, you should read “Truth, lies and Afghanistan” by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel L. Davis, published by Armed Forces Journal.  As LTC Davis puts it, “The American people deserve better than what they’ve gotten from their senior uniformed leaders over the last number of years. Simply telling the […]


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Has Honor Become an Anachronism?

January 5th, 2012

By Dan Miller A few quaint vestiges persist and others are salvageable. In May of last year, I wrote an article about the University of Virginia Honor Code and charges that a student then about to be graduated from the School of Law had lied by writing a letter to the editor in which he […]


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Obama Is Not Telling The Truth

September 10th, 2010

By Nancy Morgan Obama is increasingly resembling the errant husband, who, when caught in bed with another woman by his wife blandly asserts, “What woman? Who are you going to believe – me or the evidence of your own eyes?” Obama is asking Americans to ignore the evidence of their own eyes and believe him. […]


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A Modest Proposal to Promote Domestic Tranquility

May 20th, 2010

By Dan Miller Huff and Puff and down fall the houses of falsehood Here is a truly fascinating article from Huffington Post by Jim Taylor, PhD in psychology and lecturer at the University of San Francisco, a well known bastion of unbiased intellectual thought. Mr.* Taylor complains that the sources of information nowadays are too many, […]


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