Category Archives: Information

When Evil Fails, What Next?

By | March 26, 2019

[March 26, 2019] What constitutes evil is not easily explained. It will always be the task of all moral leaders to identify, resist, and whenever possible destroy evil. For example, civilized nations came together during World War II to defeat the oppressive tyranny of the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis. Evil can be defeated as we have seen in the history… Read More »

When Character Counts

By | March 23, 2019

[March 23, 2019]  In a speech after the brutal U.S. Civil War ended, Army General William Tecumseh Sherman said “I tell you, war is Hell.”1  He was a man who knew the viciousness of war and the terrible price people pay.  But he was also adamant that when the going gets tough, character counts more than anything else.… Read More »

Professional Ethics: Journalism

By | March 19, 2019

[March 19, 2019] Modern journalism is at a crossroads. Will those in the profession follow the difficult path that made them so essential to freedom or will they chose the easier path by surrendering to ideological or dogmatic by-products? Leadership in journalism is failing and the repercussions are far-reaching. “Fake news” is a derogatory term used to describe… Read More »