Today it’s widely accepted that Germany is not only the most popular country on earth, but the world’s moral leader, admired far more than the United States or Britain, let… Continue reading The post Guilt vs shame cultures: the silent triumph of Christianity appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Recent paranoia over Black Lives Matter joins a long list of baseless racist outrage scaring the crap out of whites. Since the Salem witch trials, moral panics have been a staple of American society. We love a good morality tale and we love a good scapegoat. Show More Summary
Turkey's Emlakjet has recenty appointed Gizem Moral Kunter as its CEO. EmlakJet currently is the third largest site in the Turkish real estate classifieds market.
Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, With Labor Day upon us, newspapers across the US will be printing op-eds calling for a mandated “living wage” and higher wages in general. In many cases, advocates for a living wageShow More Summary
Binge-hungry Public Morals fans will have plenty to munch on this Labor Day weekend. TNT is making available the entire first season on-demand for subscribers beginning at noon Saturday through Monday evening. All 10 episodes of Ed Burns’...Show More Summary
Edward Burns and TNT are making the entire 10-episode first season of Public Morals available On Demand for the entire Labor Day weekend. The series will also continue to air in its regular Tuesday night timeslot (10/9C). Follow the jump for details. Show More Summary
"I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!" -- Harry JaffaRobert Reich asks, "What happened to the moral center of capitalism?":An...Show More Summary
The Ed Burns drama's 10-episode run will be available through Labor Day. read more
This critique of analyses of “legacy” as a pretext for selective moralizing — source of the above graphic — is outstanding. Ted Cruz comes out for the sacred right of public officials to be paid for refusing to do your job and denying the rights of citizens. The implications of the failure to stop the […]
The latest from Robert Reich begins with: What Happened to the Moral Center of American Capitalism? : An economy depends fundamentally on public morality; some shared standards about what sorts of activities are impermissible because they so fundamentally violate trust...
The migrant crisis raises the largest questions about our basic public creed, our ideology, and secular humanism. Normally we pay little attention to this creed. Yes, yes, we affirm the ideal… Continue reading The post The migrant crisis has presented us with a moral duty that is impossible to fulfil appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Though I am not a psychologist, I have spent many years managing teams, leading projects, and advising people - experiences that have helped me realize the importance of appropriately phrasing questions - in both social and business settings - to provoke thoughtful opinions from others (a tip of the hat to Dr. Show More Summary
IAn economy depends fundamentally on...
The line of clothing for men and women is inspired by Spidey, Miles Morales, Spider-Woman, Silk and even more Spider-Gwen.
Our editor Rosi Efthim said about Gov. Christie, "Despite his protestations to the contrary, he has no moral and ethical core. It makes shifts in positioning look facile." Nonetheless, soon he will return to NJ, at least for while. A Monmouth poll found his job rating stands at 36% approve to 58% disapprove. Show More Summary
The Bible's teaching about returning fallen ministers to the pulpit. “Genuine forgiveness does not necessarily imply restoration to leadership,” former CT editor Kenneth Kantzer once wrote after the moral failure of several prominent evangelical leaders. Show More Summary
Kim Davis is in jail. That seems to be what both she and her attorneys wanted. Ms. Davis may be an elected Democrat, but she is first and foremost a Bible-thumper. She is convinced her job is Guardian of Morals according to the teachings...Show More Summary
A SCHOOL’S RATIONALE FOR BANNING SUPERHERO LUNCHBOXES COULDN’T BE MORE MORALLY CONFUSED, Jonah Goldberg writes: If you know anything about superheroes, the underlying morality is pretty much everything. Supervillains use their powers for evil ends. Superheroes use theirs to protect the vulnerable and uphold the good. Teaching kids that there’s no difference between the two […]
A human rights group has called on the United States government to step up its outreach to Syrian refugees and resettle 65,000 people before the end of 2016. While the U.S. has said that it will accept between 5,000 to 8,000 refugees, the International Rescue Committee said that is far from enough to really help Europe in its migrant crisis.