Archive for the ‘ethics’ category

Miss California USA can retain crown despite questioned photos

May 12, 2009
Carrie Prejean

Carrie Prejean

One of the more interesting stories of the day is the announcement by Donald Trump that Miss California, Carrie Prejean, can keep her crown.  I know there are a lot of people on both sides of this one, but I believe that the Donald made a wise decision today.  Now lets pray that Carries uses the platform that she has been given to not only advance her career, but to glorify God in the process.

You can read the full story HERE.

Fox manipulates Obama video to produce false quote

April 28, 2009

During the April 24 edition of Fox News’ Special Report, White House correspondent Wendell Goler cropped a comment by President Obama and took it out of context — effectively reversing the statement’s meaning — to falsely suggest that Obama supports creating a health care system “like the European countries.”

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Remorseful robber returns loot

April 9, 2009

A 17-year-old who robbed a Dunkin’ Donuts in a Chicago suburb one night felt so bad about it that he returned all the cash the next night. The terrified clerk turned down his request for a hug. Later, police arrested him, and today he faces charges.

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Dallas Cop Who Kept NFL’s Ryan Moats From Dying Kin RESIGNS

April 3, 2009

After issuing a public apology last week, Robert Powell has resigned from his position with the Dallas Police Department. The announcement was made just before noon on Wednesday.

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AIG Paid $218M in Bonuses, More Than $165M Disclosed

March 22, 2009

Connecticut’s attorney general says documents turned over to his office by American International Group Inc. shows the company paid out $218 million in bonuses, higher than the $165 million previously disclosed

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AIG chairman says retention payments distasteful

March 18, 2009

WASHINGTON – The chairman and CEO of American International Group acknowledged Wednesday to congressional interrogators that some of the insurance giant’s executive bonuses are “distasteful.”

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Funeral Funds Come Up Short In Illinois

February 28, 2009

Thousands of Illinois families thought they were safe in pre-paying for their funerals, but the trusts that those funds were held in have lost much of their value and now there doesn’t appear to be enough money left to pay for the funerals. Now what?

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GM To Return Two Leased Jets…After Asking Taxpayers For Money

November 21, 2008

General Motors Corp(GM.N) will return two of its leased corporate jets amid intense criticism in Washington this week on the luxury travel arrangements of its chief executive even as the company pleads for federal aid.

Seems like the public outcry and the comedians jokes did some good in this case.  To read the full story CLICK HERE.

AIG CEO Rejects $22 Million Parachute

September 23, 2008

This has got to be a first.  AIG’s Robert Willumstad has opted out of his $22 Million dollar parachute.  I applaud him for taking such a bold move.  You can check out the full story HERE.


9-year old boy told he is too good to pitch

August 26, 2008

Jericho Scott

Some of you may have heard about 9-year old Jericho Scott who is an outstanding pitcher for a little league baseball team in New Haven, Connecticut.  He can throw up to 40 mph and after his team built a record of 8-0 is now being told that he is too good to pitch in that league.  You can read the full story HERE.  After reading the story it sounds to me like some if the parents are mad that they can’t beat this team and now want to take away one of their best wepons to try and even the playing field.  That’s just wrong and is very poor sportsmanship.  I understand that no one wants to lose, but to resort to this kind of behavior is a shame.

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