Charles M. Blow on, The Liberty to Lie

The history of American politics could be defined as a history of the art of stretching the truth. Bending the truth is considered a hallmark of a practical politician. However, as pointed out by New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow, we may have reached a point in history where the lie is not just expected but is also ignored and possibly rewarded.

Click HERE to read Blow’s column. It’s an excellent and though provoking piece.

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