Category Archives: ethics

Pirates and baseball fans: Kang vs Marte

So, two of the projected most important pieces to the Pittsburgh Pirates team are on the sidelines. There’s no indication when or if infielder Jung Ho Kang will be given a visa to enter the United States. He’s been denied … Continue reading

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Uh, oh. Khizr Khan’s I-can’t-travel-to-Canada story appears to have major holes

Khizr Khan said he couldn’t travel to Canada to deliver a speech because his travel privileges were under review. But the Washington Post reports there are major holes in his claims. The newspaper states The announcement on Monday coincided with … Continue reading

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Could Baylor’s football program have been that sleazy?

If this ESPN report — and more importantly the information discussed in the lawsuit — turns out to be true, the Baylor University football program deserves major NCAA penalties. Here are the guts of the story: The plaintiff’s attorney, John … Continue reading

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Well done, President Obama. Well done.

President Obama said farewell to the nation on Tuesday night. It was his last opportunity to remind the country of how far it has come over the eight years of his presidency. If you don’t like what he did as … Continue reading

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University of Minnesota president: Will give up bowl game, will not give up what we stand for

The Minnesota Daily reports the president of the University of Minnesota didn’t give an inch today. In the statement, Kaler affirmed his support for Athletics Director Mark Coyle and that “the University of Minnesota will not change our values or … Continue reading

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Trump is an impeachment waiting to happen

You think I’m kidding? You think I’m biased because of which candidate I voted for Hillary Clinton? Fine. But read this Newsweek article no matter what you think of the President-elect. America is on the precipice of an unprecedented threat, … Continue reading

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The President-elect. A private citizen. A verbal attack on Twitter.

The Washington Post takes a look at how maturity and the president-elect often don’t belong in the same sentence. With one tweet, Trump can change headlines on cable news, move financial markets or cause world leaders to worry. With one … Continue reading

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