Bob Woodward's Unethical Act

Do the Ends Justify the Means? By now everyone should know that Bob Woodward’s book Rage, recalls phone conversations with President Trump about his reactions to the coronavirus back in February. Many questions have been raised ever since about his motivation in leaking some of those conversations on September 9,... Read more →


Warning on the Reliability of the November 3 Election Results

Cyber-Attacks and Voter Fraud Likely to Occur I recently read an alarming report about the possibility of cyber-attacks in the upcoming election. According to the report, U.S. authorities have said that hackers could slow -- but not prevent -- voting and vote-counting in the November 3 election, adding to the... Read more →


The Bystander Effect and a Civil Society

Our Disconnected Society You may be familiar with the biblical parable of the Good Samaritan: A man from the ancient city of Samaria sees another man lying in the road. Many people ignored the man and pass him by; but the Samaritan stops to help him. He followed The Golden... Read more →


What Should Ethics Look Like During the Pandemic?

The Scope of Personal Responsibility It always intrigues me that the discussion of the coronavirus typically focuses on wearing masks because it is the responsible way to act and protect the public. No doubt, this is true. However, it misses out on many points about ethical behavior during the pandemic.... Read more →


Ethical Behavior During Covid-19

Doing Good By Being Good What’s missing from our society today is doing good things for others by being an ethical person. Take wearing a mask in public. This is a sign of a good person who cares about their fellow citizens and wears a mask to protect them. If... Read more →