RAMBLINGS: The Loss of Truth from Aristotle to Trump, Part V

I have taken a sabbatical from writing my articles, (although my last one is almost done), because I just finished my novel Rock Harbor (tentative title), which I’ve been working on for three years. I am busy doing my first pass-through editing of the manuscript and haven’t had the energy to come back to this topic. By the way, it is a romance novel, (well, sort of), and I hope you will see improvements in my writing since Waters of Bimini. But I did stumble across an interesting article from Politico today, that contradicts my premise that we are in a post-truth or post-fact society. It is worth reading this short article for a more positive view and as a counter-balance to what I’m saying. You can read it here.

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