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By Ken Stern 

Fraud gets proved with facts

From the editor —


November 18, 2020

Fraud depends on facts to prove the accuser’s case.

Everyone has the freedom to believe what they want. At home, in a bar, on a ball field, in the stands, at church, wherever we gather people can tell each other their beliefs and call them truth. A 10,000 year old planet, angels dancing on the head of a pin, dead people voting, mailboxes stuffed with ballots, all of these can be true in a person’s or a congregation’s mind. Folks are entitled to hold on tightly to any belief and take it to their graves with them as gospel.

Anyone can tell their own heartfelt tales. They can call them...

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