lies

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What Does Donald Trump Have in Common with Charles Manson?

Charles Manson: murderous monster, right? But Manson claimed he never murdered anyone. Technically true, though he died in prison for murder. He was a scrawny, white trash loser who spent most of his life in jail for one crime after another. He took no blame, he blamed his upbringing and society for his crimes. It … Continue reading

Who Killed JFK?

Who Killed JFK? The scab that has grown over the JFK assassination is still oozing. The major news media still insists it was the lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald. I hope you know this is a bald-faced lie. The Warren Commission was a whitewash. The 1976 House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that JFK’s death … Continue reading

Why we hate lies (and why we should keep on hating lies)

We really hate it when people lie to us. Alarms about the latest lies coming out of Washington, D.C. take up a lot of Twitter space. And that’s a good thing; the consensus is that we resent being deceived. But why is this so important? We want the truth so we can make good decisions. … Continue reading

You’re only as sick as your secrets

“You’re only as sick as your secrets” is a phrase I have heard from recovering alcoholics. The idea behind this is that lying to cover up your wrongdoing keeps you sick. On the flip side, telling the truth about your wrongdoing will make you well, which is also the idea behind the Catholic confessional. If … Continue reading