Truth

We know it’s hard to believe, but sometimes Donald Trump doesn’t lie. Here are a few of those very rare occurrences.
The toothless babble of HB-2 "protects" no one other than perhaps employers whose employees have more restricted rights as a result. Let's repeal this political mess that backfired on McCrory and will backfire on Berger and Moore as well if we don't move on.
Feelings are not facts. "I just know it in my gut" may be comforting but is no substitute for objective evidence. Whenever
Time to come clean. "No, but it's easier for me to think you're joking than to think you believe something that's not true
To be able to be so quiet as to know that such a thing is happening, and to know that it has a name, it must have a name
He needs to get out of his own way. What if we could update Donald Trump? We could reach into his heart? (He does have one
I love and respect you both, beyond measure And I am so grateful to the God who let me live to see you change our world for
The president-elect's propensity for falsehoods looks like it will follow him into the Oval Office.
As Bette Davis once famously said "Fasten your seatbelt, it's going to be a bumpy night." The political disruptions around
The Truth has died after a long illness.
We all know that North Carolina's Gov. Pat McCrory hastily signed HB2 only to acknowledge that pre-existing state law discrimination
As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
Practice saying "No" and its semantically softer companions: No thank you. I'd rather not. I don't think so. Not just now
Are you showing up in the world as the person you came here to be? That's the question to ask yourself in these last few
A big fat lie works wonders. It begins as a mere inconvenient truth and in turn becomes a humungous, convenient lie. And
When people are presented with disagreeable facts they tend to double down on their own truth.
If you think I'm being melodramatic read what Trump surrogate, Scottie Nell Hughes, a television commentator, recently stated