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Congressman Ridiculed for Lying His Way into Office
For weeks, late night television hosts have been feasting on comedic material from the story of Congressman George Santos (R-NY), after a series of journalistic ...
Scientist Admits to Space Chorizo Hoax
A prominent scientist was forced to apologize after pranking his Twitter followers with a photo. Étienne Klein posted a picture of what he claimed ...
Is Your God a Stepford God?
In his book, The Reason for God, Tim Keller writes:
If you don’t trust the Bible enough to let it challenge and correct your thinking, how could ...
Woman Asks for Proof to Verify Officer Identity
When Portland police contacted a woman named Amanda to tell her that they found her previously stolen ID, Amanda wasn’t entirely convinced. According ...
How Democracies Perish
Notre Dame political scientist Patrick Deneen’s new book, Why Liberalism Failed, is a challenge to those who want to revive the liberal democratic ...
US Experiencing Record-Breaking Drop in Trust
Edelman, a leading global communications marketing firm, publishes a yearly "Trust Barometer" report. A recent report (2018) shows a plummet in trust ...
Forger Deceives Art Dealer with Celebrity Counterfeit
In our celebrity-crazed culture it's not surprising that people go crazy for memorabilia. For instance, the red leather jacket Michael Jackson wore for ...
Logician Succumbs to Distorted Reality
Kurt Gödel was a history-making logician and mathematician who died in 1978. In his later years, while working at the renowned Institute for Advanced ...
Florida Treasure Hunter Creates Fake Treasure
In April 2016, Harper's Magazine published a fascinating report about a man named Jay Miscovich, who found what he claimed were hundreds of emeralds from ...
Millennials Are the Best and the Worst
Alexis Bloomer, a radio personality who interned under Dan Rather, recently (2016) took it upon herself to evaluate what's so wrong with her own millennial ...