No sooner had the White House released the long-form birth record of President Obama than speculation began anew by “birthers.” Is it real or fake? Why did it take so long to produce?
“It raises far more questions than it answers,” said Joseph Farah, editor-in-chief … Read More
I’ve talked about media analyst Howard Kurtz before. A journalist who specializes in how and what the media reports, Kurtz has hosted the CNN show Reliable Sources since 1998.
Along with a panel of journalists, Kurtz has discussed issues like the media’s overblown coverage of … Read More
Spoiler Alert: This one’s for fun, not ethics.
According to an April 12th poll of possible GOP presidential candidates that includes former Governor Mike Huckabee, former Governor Mitt Romney, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann, and Representative … Read More
Earlier this week I gave a keynote address at a conference of security professionals – a group whose integrity is embedded in their DNA.
“This Code of Conduct and Ethics signifies a voluntary assumption by members of the obligation of self-discipline above and beyond the … Read More
Several years ago I was in Philadelphia speaking to about 400 administrators and trustees of a large teacher pension fund.
At the end of the talk, I left the group with a story that asks, in essence, if we all had to make decisions with … Read More
Let’s all bow our heads for a moment of silent prayer for the soon to be departed right Reverend-Professor Beck.
For those who have not heard the news, Glenn Beck announced last week that he will be leaving Fox News at the end … Read More
In this excerpt from “Shameless,” I discuss 60s talk show confrontationalist Joe Pyne.
In 1966, I sat before a TV to watch a strange, new kind of entertainment unlike anything I had ever seen before. It began like this…
“The Joe Pyne Show, … Read More