A lie is a lie

Letter to Editor by Monica Trocker, Ashland Daily Tidings, February 18 2017; Also appearing the the Medford Mail Tribune, February 25, 2017

To be or not to be? To be a lie or not to be a lie?

Words have meaning, and how we communicate their usage has significance. A lie is a known untruth. Yet we continue to accept the words of individuals who repeatedly make statements without bothering to check facts as the truth.


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