Inconvenient Truth

Some articles on inconvenient truth, truth:

Al Gore - Post Vice Presidency - Presidential Run Speculation
... Everywhere I go with him, they treat him like a rock star." After An Inconvenient Truth was nominated for an Academy Award, Donna Brazile (Gore's campaign ... After An Inconvenient Truth won the Academy Award for Best Documentary, speculation increased about a possible presidential run ...
Jay Cassidy
... documentaries by Guggenheim's son Davis Guggenheim, including An Inconvenient Truth (2006) ... He won the Eddie for Best Documentary Editing for An Inconvenient Truth (directed by Davis Guggenheim - 2006) ... Both High Schools and An Inconvenient Truth were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, and An Inconvenient Truth won the award ...
My Dumb Luck - Episodes
... Features cameo appearance by Colin Hay 3 ... "My Inconvenient Truth" Bill Lawrence Debra Fordham November 8, 2007 (2007-11-08) 703 6.36 When the Janitor watches An Inconvenient Truth, he decides ... must deal with an inconvenient truth of his own when Dan returns to town and tells him he has to grow up 4 ... "My Identity Crisis" Gail Mancuso Dave Tennant November 15, 2007 (2007-11-15) 704 6.04 ... only work to his advantage and is unsure whether to reveal the truth ...
Environmental Activism Of Al Gore - Books, Film, Television, and Live Performances - An Inconvenient Truth
... Gore starred in the documentary film An Inconvenient Truth, released on May 24, 2006 ... After An Inconvenient Truth was nominated for an Academy Award, Donna Brazile (Gore's campaign chairwoman from the 2000 campaign) speculated that Gore might announce a possible presidential candidacy ...

Famous quotes containing the words truth and/or inconvenient:

    ... no bell in us tolls to let us know for certain when truth is in our grasp.
    William James (1842–1910)

    Why should all virtue work in one and the same way? Why should all give dollars? It is very inconvenient to us country folk, and we do not think any good will come of it. We have not dollars; merchants have; let them give them. Farmers will give corn; poets will sing; women will sew; laborers will lend a hand; the children will bring flowers.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)