Originally published 02/16/2017
The concoction of alternative facts is hardly rare, and the equivalent of today’s poisonous, bite-size texts and tweets can be found in most periods of history, going back to the ancients.
Originally published 01/27/2017
In Orwell’s Oceania, there is no freedom to speak facts except those that are official. In 2017 America, at least among many of the powerful minority who selected its president, the more official the fact, the more dubious.
Originally published 01/24/2017
The iconic book, published nearly 70 years ago, is the sixth best-selling book on Amazon as of Tuesday morning.
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