“No nation, no society has ever changed this much, this fast. Now, before you start calling anyone bigoted, consider – and be honest – how would you feel if that happened in your neighborhood? Doesn’t matter how nice the immigrants are, they probably are nice… … Read More
If you think that civility in America has disappeared. If you think that kindness and decency are lost in a sea of cynicism, then this commentary is for you.
Two documentaries – RBG, an “affectionate look” at U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg … Read More
Approximately 20 minutes into a one-on-one conversation with PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff last month, CBS 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl revealed something that Donald Trump told her in a pre-interview conversation. “At one point,” Stahl said, “he started to attack the press, and I … Read More
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 affect ethical principles, or lack thereof, … Read More
Heroes are hard to come by. With the death of Lt. General Hal Moore last Friday, the loss is particularly acute given his extraordinary leadership skills.
There are two types of heroes, those who demonstrate physical courage in the face of extreme danger, and those … Read More
With all the noise in the world – much of it negative – it seems pretty clear that change is necessary and it begins with each of us.
When religious historian Karen Armstrong discussed a long desired wish for a better world at a TED … Read More
From time to time, people contact me for a variety of reasons. Some tell me stories. Some ask for help. Some even send books.
After reading my commentary, The Wrath of Kant, former high school English teacher and author Bill Kraft offered to send … Read More