By Meg Scharf, UCF Forum columnist Toward the end of an old favorite film, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (1962), a newspaper
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How many degrees of separation must there be between a quote and its context before it becomes a lie?
The Utah letter said the federal work-participation rules focused too much on process and not enough on outcome. “The lack