Posts tagged with: Purchasing Truth

A person in power has hijacked and purchased truth when it has deeply penetrated people’s beliefs and biases. No one has done that better than Donald Trump, who seems to be gaining strength among his supporters. Figuring out why he...
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  Part of being a leader is being a communicator. If you’re still in the running to become one, then it is important not to fall trap into slips of the tongue and ruin your chances. Expanding the last episode’s...
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  After winning the Nevada Caucuses, Bernie Sanders made a blunder during “60 Minutes,” where he commented on Fidel Castro’s literacy program. In this episode, Bill Stierle and Tom reflect on the situation, highlighting the important ways to uphold messaging...
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  There probably is no better subject to talk about when it comes to money and purchasing truth than Michael Bloomberg. Disappointingly, his first debate did not go well for him. In this episode, Bill Stierle and Tom look back...
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  Just when you think things could not get any crazier, things escalate every week. Only the last week, we’ve heard of Bill Barr’s interview on ABC talking about Donald Trump and his tweets, along with Roger Stone’s conviction. Amidst...
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  Boosting respect, recognition, and self-worth are what most power seekers do to ensure their place in the world. When these are sought, certain laws are exercised, beliefs put to the test, and truths are challenged. Hosts Bill Stierle and...
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  There has been a lot of development in Donald Trump’s impeachment that has the world asking just how much loyalty to him his supporters have – especially in light of the writing in Christianity Today that calls out for...
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  We cannot ignore the elephant in the room, or shall we say the elephant on Capitol Hill of the impeachment hearing. In this episode, Bill Stierle and Tom address the challenge of purchasing truth surrounding Donald Trump’s impeachment. They...
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