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Can What You Don’t Know Hurt You?

Unacknowledged My daughter, Rosanna, and her husband watched this film on Netflix the other day. When they told me, I checked it out on YouTube. The whole film can be seen here:   So this film, by inference, raises the … Continue reading

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Ratting on the Washington Mafia

Michael Cohen’s Testimony I watched the CBS coverage for an hour on Wednesday morning. After that, I had to turn it off, because it was so uncomfortable. I have empathy for Cohen. He did some ‘very bad things’ on behalf … Continue reading

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Why Lie?

Is It Just the Nature of Public Life? Politicians lie. Everybody knows that. Is it because we ‘can’t handle the truth’? A couple of days ago, a Washington Post report asked the same question, referencing the fact that Robert Mueller’s … Continue reading

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More “Fake News”?

Would I lie to you? “For the record, I have no financial interests in Saudi Arabia (or Russia, for that matter). Any suggestion that I have is just more FAKE NEWS (of which there is plenty)!” (from a recent Trump … Continue reading

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It’s Just a Little Lie

Pinocchio’s Nose The story of the wooden toy that turned into a human boy is an excellent metaphor for Brett Kavanaugh’s life. But the only thing that’s different is that his nose doesn’t grow when he tells a lie. Instead, … Continue reading

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