It’s Still Ethics, Stupid! – Part 2

Courtesy of Dan Piraro –

What have I learned after 1,418 commentaries?

I’ve learned that ethics scandals are not isolated to any age, party, gender, or ethnicity; that Democrats have been just as shameless as Republicans; that women are not as innocent as they … Read More

Courtesy of Dan Piraro –

Ten years ago, March 8, I launched this website with two goals:

“First, I hope to generate a greater awareness of the importance of ethics in our lives; second, I want to foster a dialog with others about the … Read More

Good Goin,’ Mr. Ethics

At a recent concert with friends, I’m enjoying the anticipation of hearing Loggins and Messina in a rare, benefit concert. Just before the house lights dim, an announcement reminds the audience to be aware of the exits and that “recordings and photography are not permitted.”… Read More

In her weekly column for The Wall Street Journal (Feb. 10), former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan shares some thoughts from Trump supporters and non-supporters, along with her own observations.

One veteran remarked, “People who are for Trump always say, ‘look, he’s got an unfortunate character … Read More


Woody Allen is a gifted writer and filmmaker with a unique style and voice who has, throughout decades, held up the mirror to our own shortcomings and pretensions. He is also an alleged child molester.

Whether or not you believe Dylan Farrow — Allen’s adopted … Read More

Friday’s revelations that President Trump called for the firing of Special Counsel Robert Muller III last June, and would have, had it not been for the threatened resignation by White House counsel, Donald McGahn II, is yet another piece of a growing mosaic that … Read More

Last Wednesday, I shared excerpts from two papers written by New Hampshire students on the topic of Ethics and Social Media.

Christofer (pictured above in his final presentation) utilizes insight from another class to help inform his ethical reasoning.

“…during my Communicating Mindfully class … Read More