Coming Monday: The Ethical Take: “Attack on America” Edition
One of the most unforgettable and tragic news stories of the last 60 years took place in November 1963.
I never saw it until years later because I was sitting in my High School Homeroom class … Read More
Courtesy of Dan Piraro – bizarro.com
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
During a conversation with a friend about the Parkland school shooting, I was struck by something she said: “I’m not a Republican or a Democrat; I’m an American.”
Wednesday’s news was consumed with the aftershock of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. The first … Read More
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 an Opinion piece in The New York Times (Jan. 28), Rachel Denhollander – the first woman to come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct by gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar – writes, movingly, about her transition from whistleblower to courtroom witness.
“When I took on … Read More
The use of social media has grown exponentially in the last several years. It’s become an ideal, and in some cases, vital source for reporting everything from emergencies to political uprisings; from coordinating protest marches to connecting with friends and family.
That’s social media’s positive … Read More
In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Last Thursday, during a bipartisan meeting on immigration, President Trump asked lawmakers, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries … Read More