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From Decline to Survival – Steven Mintz Draws Attention to the Essence of “American Exceptionalism”

American Exceptionalism Revisited The following is a summary of my perspective on the decline of 'American Exceptionalism' that I have shared with my readers the past seven weeks. It is written in the form of a promotional piece for publicity sake so please bare with me in that regard. Dr.... Read more →


A Historical View of ‘American Exceptionalism’

The 225 year journey of ‘American Exceptionalism: 1789 to 2014 I have searched for a way to close out the blogs I have written for six weeks on whether ‘American Exceptionalism’ still exists. I realize the best way to do it is discuss how the notion of the U.S. being... Read more →


Accounting for the Public Interest: Perspective of the Ethics Sage

New Publication Outlines the Evolution of Social Accounting In an increasingly globalized business environment, enterprises are now under ever-greater pressure to meet continuously rising objectives. However, as the corporate community expands, so do its social responsibilities. Therefore a commitment to ethical accounting practices is the bedrock of a socially-conscious organization... Read more →


The Benefits of Ethic Sage’s Ethical Business Practices Presentations

Ethics Training is the Key to Workplace Success It seems that ethics in the workplace is on the decline and the younger the employee is, the less sense of ethics they have in a professional setting. Millennials have a different standard of right and wrong than past worker generations. All... Read more →


Lateral Thinking in the Job-Hunting Process

Think Creatively to Get A Head* in Life It’s that time of year again – graduation. My students are ready to walk and move their tassels from the right to the left signifying they have officially received the baccalaureate degree. This inspired me to develop the following blog that tests... Read more →


Jason Collins Comes Out

What will be the Effect of Collins’ Announcement that he is Gay? By now you have probably heard that Jason Collins, a professional basketball player in the NBA, probably changed the face of the ‘Association’ for years to come. With twelve words Collins made it acceptable for gay athletes to... Read more →


STUPID IS AS STUPID DOES: THE SAGA OF THE TSA

TSA TO ALLOW WEAPONS ON PLANES: SERIOUSLY? Forrest Gump quotes are uncomplicated, basic and true. They are almost Zen-like in their simplicity. One of the best Forrest Gump quotes is "stupid is as stupid does" which may not be poetry or very deep, but it ends up being true and... Read more →


Slavery used to teach Math in NYC Schools

Slavery Examples Raise Insensitivity to new Highs (or lows) It’s not always easy teaching fourth-graders to really get math. Word problems can be especially useful because they give children easily imagined, real-life examples that make numbers and equations come to life. Remember these from your childhood? “If Susie had four... Read more →


Ethics Sage -- Expert on Ethics Issues

Press Coverage and Speaking Opportunities I am a frequent speaker on ethics matters and am called upon from time to time to develop training materials in ethics and serve as an expert witness. To keep interested parties and my readers informed, I have prepared this post of some of the... Read more →


Message to Newt: Character Counts

Newt was the First Speaker to be disciplined for Ethical Wrongdoing It’s not about his affairs or alleged request for an open marriage. It’s not even about his book deal in 1983 when he established a limited partnership to pull together about two dozen of his biggest campaign contributors to... Read more →