Tag Archives: ethics

“[W]e must defend the religious liberty our founders enshrined in the First Amendment”

More than a decade after Rep. Pete Stark became the first sitting Congressman in modern history to come out as explicitly non-theistic (though he called himself a Unitarian), the now-retired… Read more »

If Karma and Schadenfruede had a baby, it would look, sound, and act like Donald Trump

Say what you will about Donald Trump’s Reign of Error ©, but there’s no disputing it’s WAY more entertaining that Barack Obama’s Presidency EVER was, though in a terrifying, driving… Read more »

The normalization of corruption: Monetizing the Presidency

One of the most disturbing aspects of Donald Trump’s Brave New World Order has been the commoditization of the White House. It seems becoming President has been VERY good for… Read more »

Republicans: Ethics for thee, nay for me

WASHINGTON ― Incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus warned the head of the Office of Government Ethics on Sunday to “be careful” in his criticisms of President-elect Donald… Read more »