I met Sarah Witmer at a meeting at The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation some time ago and, in looking through the non-profit’s website, came across a powerful speech she gave last year at an event for the organization.
Sarah moved to Japan when she was … Read More
While attending a conference last week, I found myself in an elevator with two other attendees. While my name tag appeared to suggest I was speaking at the conference, I explained that I do write and speak on ethics.
One attendee smiled and asked, “Does … Read More
Wildfires have taken a huge toll on California. However, the small town of Paradise has faced the unimaginable. That’s when Woody came to visit.
The Camp Fire, in Northern California, was the most destructive wildfire in California history killing 86 people and, at one point, … Read More
This is not about Democrats vs. Republicans; this is about Right vs. Wrong.
America used to be the standard of moral behavior: liberty; justice for all; freedom of religion, press; human rights. While we haven’t always been perfect, we constantly strive toward a more perfect … Read More
The whistleblower was not in on the call.
It was hearsay.
“Everything Trump says was in the best interests of the country.” – OH Representative Jim Jordan
No due process.
Secret basement meetings (with Republicans in attendance).
“The Ukrainian president didn’t do the investigation… No … Read More
“These are the times that try men’s souls.” – Thomas Paine, English-born, American philosopher and activist.
Taken from Paine’s essay, The American Crisis, those words were meant to inspire American revolutionaries as they faced an extraordinary moment of character.
Considering our current crisis, what … Read More
“So, he’s going to do the investigation?” – President Donald Trump, in a phone call to Gordon Sondland in Ukraine
Why is this man smiling?
Gordon Sondland, the man literally in the middle of the president’s impeachment inquiry, appears happy as he walks to a … Read More