Weinstein Affair Speaks Volumes About Hypocrisy in Hollywood

Why Did A-list Actresses Stay Silent About Sexual Abuse? Harvey Weinstein’s move to the dark side started with actress Ashley Judd back in 1997 during the filming of “Kiss the Girls.” How appropriate given that at least 40 women have now come out and told their truth about sexual harassment,... Read more →


Ethics Sage Recognized for Workplace Ethics Advice

ASL Group UK recognized my writings under the screen name, Ethics Sage, as one of its top 17 business efficiency organizations that deal with workplace issues. Visit my workplace ethics advice blog to see the advice I have provided and link to my website to find out more about my... Read more →


Is Social Media Ethics an Oxymoron?

Common Sense Ethics is a Lost Art I’m always amused when people tell me that ethics on social media is an oxymoron. I can’t disagree but that doesn’t mean we should nevertheless ignore its importance. Our social media practices define our character in the sense of not lying to others... Read more →


Ethics Sage Blogs Recognized for Excellence

Dear Friends: I am proud to inform my readers and other interested parties that my blogs have been recognized as one of the top 100 philosophy blogs (#46) by Feedspot and in the list of the 30 exceptional CSR (corporate social responsibility) blogs by Market Inspector. I have recently expanded... Read more →


Higher Education Ethics Watch

Are Colleges and Universities Serving the Public Good? We've all heard about it. Campus speakers get shouted down or prevented from speaking. Academic freedom is under attack. Students congregate in safe spaces to prevent violence against them for their politically incorrect views and colleges are becoming sanctuary campuses, all the... Read more →