The lost decade of the sixties moved relativism up to a whole new level, as millions of young people were relieved to discover that lying is a perfectly acceptable alternative to truth telling. The tone was set by John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, along with such famous underlings as Robert McNamara, Henry Cabot Lodge, […]
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During our ongoing invisible depression, I’ve observed many successful, naïve people delude themselves into believing they’re infallible. They aren’t. The most important time to be alert is when you’re at or near the top. Allowing yourself to get lulled into a false sense of security by all the luxuries, adulation, and opportunities suddenly available to […]
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