Miss Congeniality

This is what passes for “gotcha” journalism.

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange has delivered on his promise and released thousands of e-mails, hacked from Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta, everyday in October.

The Clinton campaign will neither confirm nor deny their authenticity. So, this brings up … Read More

Clinton’s Latest E-Mail Battle

On October 4, The New York Times reported a new war. The combatants are WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange on one side and Google, mass surveillance, war, oil, the United States election and Hillary Clinton, on the other.

Speaking from his Berlin bunker (aka, the Read More

Late Friday, CNN Tech reported (Feb. 19) that The House Energy and Commerce Committee has invited Apple CEO Tim Cook and F.B.I. Director James Comey “to explain to Congress and the American people the issues at play and how they plan to move forward.” This … Read More

The Turkeys are Back!

With an avalanche of serious stories occupying most of the news cycle, I’ve decided to go light. And what better way to celebrate turkey day than to reconnect with The Ethics Stupid Turkey Awards – honoring the strange, outlandish and just plain, well… you decide.… Read More

The Planned Parenthood Debate

In the second Republican presidential debate (Sept. 16), former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina took on Planned Parenthood, a non-profit that receives approximately $500 million in federal funds each year.

“I dare Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama to watch these tapes. Watch a fully formed fetus … Read More

Are you living your résumé or your eulogy?

Each morning I divide my attention between CBS This Morning, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. I read and clip the headlines that I add to a pile already on my desk. Later, I spend more time reading stories online as well … Read More

Cleaning up after the “Hustle”

Bank of America has been cleaning up after the mess that was Countrywide Financial the mortgage loan corporation that was acquired by BofA in 2008 for $4 billion.

As reported by The Wall Street Journal (Dec. 20), “Four whistleblowers will collect a total of more … Read More