Women Scared of the Big Issues? Labour MP Austin Mitchell Says Women Shy Away From ‘Big Issues’ Austin Mitchell has suggested that women prefer to discuss family and “social issues” rather than […]
Business Ethics and Women It seems the awareness of women’s treatment in business, politics and culture has never been at a higher pitch. And I can’t seem to escape the thought that […]
The President said many times during the 2008 campaign that he was in favor of net neutrality, sometimes with great emphasis.
It is a trite phrase to say “Actions speak louder than words.” I believe the current phrasing is “He can talk the talk but can he walk the walk.”
Yes, Obama said the wonderful words, very important to me, a regular blogger who didn’t want his work placed on the slow lane.
But when it came time for action, he appointed Tom Wheeler as Chairman of the FCC.
The Expert, Francesco Schettino On July 5th, a two hour lecture was give at a University in Italy. It was part of a course in criminology and forensic science. The talk concerned […]
FCC F-bombed 4,377 Times I, too, am unhappy with the recent decisions of the FCC. However, I did not use the F word or any obscenities in my written comments to the […]
Buckets of Small Change Insurance broker pays out $21K settlement to 73-year-old in buckets of small change This is not just a business ethics violation, it is a failure of judgment. This […]
The Crisis of Capitalism, Connect the Dots? Reading the business news and political commentary over time clues you see certain controversies over and over again. In time, you begin to see the […]
The Ethics Sage and the Ethics of Affirmative Action Ethics of Affirmative Action (A Guest Blog by My Colleague, Steven Mintz. Visit his site here!) University of Texas Affirmative-Action Program is upheld […]
Is Vitamin E Beneficial? Whether or not vitamin E should be taken or avoided is a continuing discussion. From what I see, there is no clear answer. Below I have listed three […]
Are Vitamins Useless? Are vitamin pills even necessary? – The Week A recent long-term study of more than 400,000 people concluded that “most vitamin supplements [have] no clear benefit” and warned that […]