Monthly Archives: May 2011

Deception will ensnare many, “but not me!”

Have you ever been deceived? I have. Lots of times. When we believe something that is not true, that’s deception. It happens every day—by advertising, by politicians, by labels, by people who want you to believe something other than what … Continue reading

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The Nation They Died For

Memorial Day is, for many of us, an extra day to relax in a three-day weekend that might include brats on the grill, picnicking, a parade, and if we dare to hope—a little sunshine. But the day itself has a … Continue reading

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Scales and Reflections – SUFTT’s early days

I wrote this about six months into our Stand Up For The Truth adventure: In about a week and a half we will have made it to our six-month anniversary. A half a year ago, Stand Up For The Truth … Continue reading

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