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Category Archives: ethics
Grass roots efforts have always been the ideal for me. You see, I have always been involved. I have always been the type of person who tries to help people find a middle ground. When factions form, and verbal attacks … Continue reading
One of my junior high students was complaining about learning history. Of course, I explained that “those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat it”. We discussed at length some of the societal trends and events that … Continue reading
In my previous post, https://believeanyway.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/journalism-and-ethics-in-a-blogging-world/I wrote about journalism and ethics. As always, in a culture, we get the discourse and leadership that we deserve. What we deserve is what we insist upon. What do we as a society do when … Continue reading
It is not exactly breaking news that many of the country’s newspapers have gone out of business, or are vastly changed. Publications with formerly pristine reputations (the Boston Globe and the New York Times for instance) have been called into … Continue reading