Critique: The newly updated and expanded second addition is exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Lies
and More Lies
: The Campaign to Defame Hindu/Indian Nationalism" is a seminal study of Indian politics.
have become the norm in Turkey despite the fact that even one of them is enough to make the entire country feel disgraced.
Harry Truman inherited the hidden costs of Roosevelt's lies
You'll know, obviously, that there are lies
, damn lies
spins himself as a "compassionate conservative" while as governor of Texas, he presided over a record 152 executions--three cases of spin disarming the malignancy of outright lies
He wanted to sleep, but night brought the contorted faces of old lovers; of long, painted fingernails; of the musty smell under a woman's breast; of giggling, warm thighs, wrestling; lies
, his and theirs; cold feet; the sweet taste of sweat and cheap perfume; and more lies
When the press, the pulpit, and the lawmakers begin to doubt the lies
and when the lies
are more often met by the truth (like when we come out), the liars grow more desperate and inevitably turn to the hammer of the law to imbed the lies
in public policy.
Police officers, judges, FBI and CIA agents, psychiatrists, and lawyers are all little better at detecting lies
than plumbers or bus drivers.
that the postal system defines nursing home care recipients as occupants (named or unnamed), whose value lies
in receiving mail successfully;
Most children tell lies
at some point but it can be a real surprise for parents the first time it happens.
The types of lies
and the purpose of lies
tend to change as children age.
Washington, September 26 (ANI): Lying by politicians has emerged as a burning debate topic from time to time, and a recent poll by a TV show also suggested that the average person lies
42 times a week.