He dismissed one count of violating the code of truthfulness
and one count of unsatisfactory performance.
According to Kirkwood, the truthfulness
standard was applicable both to public discourse and to interpersonal communication.
We do not realise that trust is based on truthfulness
is quite evident in today's second reading, which purports to feature Paul near the end of his life.
It appears that at least some of the bishops have not yet learned that truthfulness
is essential for their pastoral and leadership roles to be effective.
Petrovski complains about Fouere's silence over his request for checking up the truthfulness
of the statement of presidential candidate Ljubomir Frckoski that he never cooperated with the secret services.
However, the slogans have already provoked a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) by Christian Voice, which says the adverts break the ASA's codes on substantiation and truthfulness
However, the slogans have already provoked a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) by Christian Voice, who say the adverts break the ASA's codes on substantiation and truthfulness
The other side of that coin means that political ads must be accepted, regardless of their accuracy or truthfulness
The pamphlet, headlined 'up to 100 million pus cells in every glass', breached truthfulness
, substantiation, fear and distress clauses, the ASA concluded.
The tactically limited truthfulness
and sheer subterfuge that we meet in every aspect of the Gravel story is exasperating," wrote one poster.
Experienced news anchor, reporter, and documentary writer Mark Kelly presents Engaging News Media: A Practical Guide for People of Faith, a guide to evaluating and verifying truthfulness
amid the political opinions, bias, and sometimes outright BS strewn across the many lanes of the modern information superhighway.