Posts tagged with: Purchasing Truth

  Claiming something is true could potentially lead to the death of curiosity. For some people, it can be easy to jump from hearing a claim—especially from someone of power—to believing it as the truth without taking the time to...
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  A “Potemkin village” signifies any deceptive or false construct, conjured often by cruel regimes, to deceive both those within the land and those peering in from outside. Scarily familiar? We may be experiencing this in America right now, especially...
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  As you may have known by now, there are so many ways that truth can be purchased in our daily lives. Most especially by people in power positions, the truth can easily be made to work for what they...
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  A lot of Americans were overwhelmed with the emotion of shock when Donald Trump suggested injecting disinfectant to protect the body from coronavirus. Though a striking example, it is not the first time the president used shock, albeit unwittingly,...
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  Information is much sought in times like the coronavirus pandemic to have them come to terms with the truth of the situation. Impactful journalism means being able to draw useful information from people like Donald Trump and Mike Pence...
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  Millions of Americans tune in daily to Donald Trump’s coronavirus briefings expecting to hear much-needed information on the virus and the lockdown, only to be bombarded with the usual “me” narrative of how he is in charge of the...
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  More than ever, we need better and truthful communication from our leaders about the COVID-19 pandemic. Disappointingly, what we have are Coronavirus briefings full of unhealthy dialogue between President Donald Trump and the journalists. In this episode, Bill Stierle...
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There probably is no better way to show a leader’s competence than when they are handling a crisis. If they fail at it, then doubt and skepticism arise among the people, causing truth and trust to become casualties. Bill Stierle...
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