On July 23, 1974, Republican Congressman Lawrence Hogan held a press conference to explain why he was calling for the impeachment of Richard Nixon.
In a story that would easily garner a place in John Kennedy’s Profiles in Courage, had it been written later, … Read More
While trying to stay above the crisis-du-jour by this president, there are some matters that are just too vital to ignore.
According to several media reports, a whistleblower in the intelligence community notified the Intelligence Community’s Inspector General (ICIG) of a serious issue involving communication … Read More
For years, during and after Watergate, that was the singular political question that many were interested in knowing the answer.
Deep Throat was the secret and anonymous source in the Executive Branch who pointed Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in the right … Read More
“The film starts with Doug seeking out his next prey. He becomes obsessed with a woman named Amy… he’s able to learn details of her life… He meets her at a coffee shop… strikes up conversations with her. The two become friends, but it seems … Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ordered Wells Fargo, the third largest U.S. bank, to pay a former employee $5.4 million who was fired after he blew the whistle on supervisors regarding fraudulent behavior by the bank. According to the ruling, Wells Fargo must … Read More
While everybody is posting their own end-of-the-year list, here’s my selection of ethical stand-outs.
Mike Carey –
Carey is the first African-American to referee the Super Bowl and has been honored as one of the best in the game in 2008. While honesty and fairness … Read More
What happens to a whistleblower after they blow the whistle? Are they considered heroes or villains? Do their actions inspire others, or are the personal risks too great?
Those are some of the questions that are explored in a podcast(Mar. 11), by Julia Taylor Kennedy … Read More