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Concerning lying by omission, the perils of words, and the advantages of silence

At First Things there is a piece by Ramona V. Tausz, who rightly admires the discretion of Queen Elizabeth II regarding the media and too much public exposure.  She writes:
[T]here is something refreshing about Elizabeth herself. Nowadays, we expect our … Continue reading

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