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Twitter Verification Causes Credibility Problems
In April 2023, the social media company Twitter, under the direction of its new owner Elon Musk, eliminated its previous verification standards. Since ...
Misleading Police Statements on Use of Force
After doing an analysis of seven high-profile cases where people died as a result of use of force by police, Washington Post reporters Ashley Parker and ...
Tim Keller Explains ‘Conversion of the Heart’
Tim Keller used this story to illustrate the “conversion of the heart.”
Many years ago, when I was in college, I was part of a Christian fellowship, ...
The Surprising Patron Saint of Truthfulness
Historian, philosopher, and author Richard Reevesis is a senior fellow at the think tank Brookings Institution. He is concerned that most people can’t ...
Woman Arrested in Hawaii for Fake Vaccination Card
Chloe Mrozak apparently wanted to vacation in Hawaii without abiding by the state’s mandatory ten-day quarantine for people from the mainland. To ...
Finishing the Marathon without Running It
The marathon is one of the most strenuous athletic events in sport. The Boston Marathon attracts the best runners in the world. The winner is automatically ...
What Mirrors Reveal About Society
Author Katy Kelleher reflects on something that is ubiquitous in every home--mirrors. She observes that mirrors are a lot like photographs:
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The Death of Truth in our Culture
The concept of truth has been dying a slow death for many years and has become more noticeable in the past decade or so. In the early 2000s, comedian ...
How Telling Small Lies Tricks Your Brain into Telling Big Lies
Everyone lies once in a while, but according to a new study people who tell small, self-serving lies are likely to progress to bigger falsehoods, and ...
Expensive Truffle Oil Has No Truffles in It
Nothing boosts the prestige of a food or beverage like the perception that it is traditional, hand-picked, fresh, or otherwise limited in production. ...