Intention: Confusion; Misinformation and the Erosion of Trust

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Our relationship with words has been increasingly strained. News outlets — including our paper of recorddebated the appropriateness of words like, lie or liar when referring to a sitting American president. They decided on untruths and falsehoods before finally relenting. The…

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Chiropractor/Nutritionist/Triathlete. Restoring health — Enhancing Life. Beirut Born→ Detroit Bred https://twitter.com/Detroitchiro

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Chiropractor/Nutritionist/Triathlete. Restoring health — Enhancing Life. Beirut Born→ Detroit Bred https://twitter.com/Detroitchiro

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