Monthly Archives: November 2011

When cultural competence is cruel.

It is now common practice for organizations and businesses not only to declare their acceptance of diversity but also to proclaim their celebration of diversity. Employees may be asked to demonstrate how they value diversity in all forms. When someone … Continue reading

| Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

My question for Ron Paul: Autonomy and health care

Earlier this year at the Tea Party debate, Wolf Blitzer asked Ron Paul if a person who chose not to buy health care should be left to die. Paul responded that this person’s friends and community could support him and … Continue reading

Posted in autonomy, bioethics | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New site for Ethics Beyond Compliance

I am moving my blog from Blogger to WordPress. You can see the old posts here.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

I paid you back, so what’s the problem?

One of the most common chants at Occupy Wall Street protests is, “Banks got bailed out; we got sold out.” Critics of OWS (Erin Burnett of CNN, for example) have been quick to point out that the banks paid back … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

We are flawed. Redemption is possible.

This week a proposal to discredit the Occupy Wall Street movement was leaked to the public. The consulting firm (Clark, Lytle, Geduldig, and Cranford) would charge the American Bankers Association $850,000 to develop a campaign to destroy OWS. Included in … Continue reading

| Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The High Cost of Occupation: The High Cost of Injustice

According to various reports, the Occupy Wall Street movement has cost cities upward of $10 million. As the protesters are angry at the diversion of public funds away from public services (I know people say no one knows what they … Continue reading

Posted in justice | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tea Party Fights Corporate Abuse

The East India Company, chartered in 1600, was the first corporation in the modern sense. Members would invest capital, management would conduct the operations, and investors would receive repayment in proportion to their investments. For the first time, investors and … Continue reading

| Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment