Trust, but verify is a form of advice given which recommends that while a source of information might be considered reliable, one should perform additional research to verify that such information is accurate, or trustworthy. The term was a signature phrase adopted and made famous by U.S. president Ronald Reagan. Reagan frequently used it when discussing U.S. relations with the Soviet Union.
Pete Winterberger’s posts are always an excellent source of good information and issues to ponder. We must continue to consider that, with this PLCA Board, logic may not and has not always prevailed. from: Anne Cramer