Category: Separating Fact from Fiction & Opinion

The world is awash in misinformation these days. Here are my small attempts at correcting some of the more extreme fictional assertions.

Good Wolf, Bad Wolf, and American Politics, part 2

In response to my note correcting four factual errors (See Part 1), Tom’s friend, Jim, succinctly expressed feelings that many of our conservative brothers and sisters share: I still think Obama is a Jerk. We all have to vote him out at the next election… Continue Reading “Good Wolf, Bad Wolf, and American Politics, part 2”

Good Wolf, Bad Wolf and American Politics, part 1

One of my dear church brothers who is in his late 80s, enjoys sending provocative political emails to his long list of friends, including me. He is ultra conservative, and his emails are usually anonymously written forwards, containing strong negative opinion sprinkled with statements… Continue Reading “Good Wolf, Bad Wolf and American Politics, part 1”

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