Why do Supreme Court Judge Candidates LIE? Are they true Graduates of “Lying 101”?

I’m a firm believer that we, as a Society have reached a Point in our History, that we should now be teaching Lying 101 in College. And also, How to Spot a Person in the middle of a Lie? Can we tell? NO! Not always because Lying is an Art. An Art that all of us have been crafting since Santa Claus. Millions Today accept Lying as the Normal way of American Life. CEOs do. Cops do. Lawyers Do. Judges do. Preachers do. Convicts do. Drug Users do. And should we? Maybe it’s past time that America should DEMAND Lie Detector Tests of all Witnesses that come before the Senate or House. But all of this lying still tends to upset us. Doesn’t it?

And in Courts Today, every single Person giving Evidence that puts away a fella into Prison should be required to take a Lie Detector before their verbal evidence can be Accepted. How else can we find out who is telling the Truth, a Lie, and who is Lying? But no, the Impeccable of Honor and Integrity of a Law ENFORCEMENT Officer cannot be challenged. So, if he or she Lies on the Stand in a Courtroom, who pays for it? All of us do. They put an innocent person in Prison and we pay for their false Imprisonment and Pay more when they prove, if they ever do, that they were always innocent. And after 30 or more Years? Come on! Time to get real.

Studies estimate that between 4-6% of people incarcerated in US prisons are actually innocent. If 5% of individuals are actually innocent, that means 1/20 criminal cases result in a wrongful conviction.

But how many Supreme Court Judges have Lied?

But do Judges Lie?
In the past dozen years, state and local judges have repeatedly escaped public accountability for misdeeds that have victimized thousands. Nine of 10 kept their jobs, a Reuters investigation found – including an Alabama judge who unlawfully jailed hundreds of poor people, many of them Black, over traffic fines.

Has any Supreme Court Judge been impeached?

Only one Supreme Court justice – Samuel Chase – has ever been impeached. In 1804, the associate justice was charged with “arbitrary and oppressive conduct of trials” with allegations that political bias impacted his rulings. After his Senate trial, he was acquitted in 1805.

Lying 101-looks like a whole lot of Folks have Excelled in Lying all the Way to the Top of their Professions.

And often times, we are the ones that are supposed to just Eat It! Eat their Lies. And when Heads of Corporations Lie to their Employees, Big Trouble can occur.


Why do they Call them, little White Lies, When Company Executives lie to their employees?

What is the origin of little white lie?

Usually white lies are harmless or trivial and said to avoid hurting someone’s feelings. The term was first found in the 18th century in the 1741 “The Gentleman’s Magazine” as follows: “A certain Lady of the highest Quality … makes a judicious Distinction between a white Lie and a black Lie.

The term was first found in the 18th century in the 1741 “The Gentleman’s Magazine” as follows: “A certain Lady of the highest Quality … makes a judicious Distinction between a white Lie and a black Lie. A white Lie is That which is not intended to injure any Body in his Fortune, Interest, or Reputation but only to gratify a garrulous Disposition and the Itch of amusing People by telling Them wonderful Stories.”


A black lie is sometimes considered the worst kind of lying. It is defined as “callous selfishness” and malevolence. The dictionary says it’s a “deliberate misrepresentation of facts in order to deceive.” The only purpose is to get oneself out of trouble or gain some benefit not felt to be otherwise possible.

Four types of Lies

  • Deceitful.
  • Duplicitous.
  • Delusional.
  • Demoralized.


Black lies, or telling a lie to gain a personal benefit, are universally condemned. In contrast, white lies, or telling a lie to please another person, are seen as an innocent part of everyday interactions. Does that mean that white lies have no negative consequences? We discuss the origins and consequences of black lies and white lies, and point out the potentially ugly side of white lies.