Her comments on Atlas Shrugged seem to repeat the long tradition of critics who misstate
and trash the concepts so clearly spelled out in the novel.
An adjustment to correct the entire year-end error in the balance sheet may materially misstate
current period income statement amounts.
Specifically we examined whether the extent of corroboration for management's explanation for the fluctuation and the presence of an explicit incentive for management to misstate
the financial statements influenced auditors' decisions to revise their audit plans.
To the extent that registrants intentionally misstate
immaterial items, they potentially violate provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, which mandates the use of accurate and reasonably detailed records as the basis for financial statements.
The tax law provides limited protection to taxpayers whose spouses intentionally misstate
their joint tax liabilities.
"An entry to the 'This and That' feature on page 40 this weekend about the increasing popularity of regional Japanese fare in America misstates
one way in which an udon-noodle dish is served at TsuruTonTan.
But Politifact has been (http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/lists/people/comparing-hillary-clinton-donald-trump-truth-o-met/) tracking the candidates' statements for veracity and concluded Trump misstates
facts far more often than Clinton.
For instance, Mann illustrates a short discussion of serious staphylococcal infections with the case of the puppeteer Jim Henson (who actually died of a fulminant group A streptococcal pneumonia); he misstates
the name of the first neuraminidase inhibitor to be marketed for influenza infections (the drug is zanamivir, not anamivir, and warrants nowhere near the degree of enthusiasm lavished on it); he warns that the major toxicity of the tetracycline family of drugs is copious gastrointestinal blood loss (upset, yes; bleeding, no).