A number of reporters and bloggers have tirelessly catalogued all this mendacity, particularly Palin nemesis Andrew Sullivan.
The destruction of a for-profit enterprise is always noble; its defense always carries the whiff of mendacity.
His new book, The mendacity of Hope, argues that Obama has betrayed liberalism and the Constitution.
Besides the mendacity of it all, such a scheme misses the obvious truth that “the audience has a mind of its own.”
Within this maelstrom of mendacity lies an urgent film that dares to convey the black experience in America: Dear White People.
The yellow-press surpassed themselves in clamor and mendacity.
Because Falsehood was blemished in having no feet, she was called mendacium or mendacity.
Of their mendacity and cynical views respecting it I had many illustrations.
This concluding paragraph is simply a tissue of mendacity and absurdity.
These "divine" governments rest on the fear and ignorance of the many, the cunning, the impudence and the mendacity of the few.