In her Washington Post op-ed on Friday, Ruth Marcus bemoaned our post-truth PPE. She’s on point with her facts and her opinions, but on one item she completely missed the boat.
Ironically, while gigging the PPE for “not quite understanding what euphemism means,” she bends over backwards dancing around the hard truth: “consistently heedless to truth”; “untrue assertion”; “untruths”; “chock-full-of-lies”; “truth-impaired”; “unconstrained by facts.” Only in her last paragraph does she nail it: “The journalist’s challenge is not to tire in refuting the torrent of lies.”
The way to do that, Ms. Marcus, is to use the exact terminology each and every time: the PPE won by lying. He continues to lie. He is a liar.
 See what I did there?