After you have signed the pledge you can add these badges to your website to let others know about your commitment and get the recognition as a truth-teller that you deserve. You are welcome to use the badge as long as you abide by the Pro-Truth Pledge.
The expectation is that all public statements, ranging from press releases to tweets, made by an individual or someone officially representing that individual (spokesperson, lawyer, and so on) would adhere to the pledge.
The expectation is that all public statements, ranging from press releases to tweets, made on behalf of an organization or group by someone officially representing the organization or group would adhere to the pledge.
4 thoughts on “Pro-Truth Pledge Website Badges”
There should probably be a quick copy and paste option to put that you took the pledge up on Facebook.
All candidates for office should pledge to be totally honest in comments and presentations. Public office is a public trust and people deserve complete honesty from their elected and potentially elected representatives at all levels.
I heard of the pledge through Aaron Ra’s Texas State Senate campaign page as well as the Atheist 101 podcast. I have just signed it and have endorsed it on my Just Us podcast. I think it’s a great idea, and I hope it will take off. I think all bosses and all politicians should take it!
Thanks for doing this, I hope it goes international!
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