The Charleston Shooter and the History of True Believers

Confederate Flag

Matthew Rozsa explains how terrorists justify their horrific actions and what we need to do to stop them.

Lip Service: When Disability Comes Before Business


Erin Kelly examines a disability-oriented company’s recent actions towards a client.

The Ethics of Getting Personal

I am a writer.

Matthew Rozsa asks one of the most important ethical questions that any editorial writer must answer: At what point does “personal” become “too personal?”

3 Correctable Behaviors That Destroy Relationships

Burn the Witch

Matthew Rozsa identifies 3 things to stop doing if you want to give your relationship—romantic, platonic, familiar, et cetera—a chance.

Men Without Qualities: Plagiarists


Good men don’t hide from their mistakes, or sweep them under the rug. Good men face up to their mistakes and learn from them.

Why Are We Expected To Root For Torture?


If it were just one movie or TV show, we could dismiss it. But it’s a consistent trope across many different stories. Why?

McDonald’s Wage Hike Stems From Evolving Views on Morality, Politics and Economics


The fast-food chain’s surprise decision to lift its workers’ wages stems from a mix of morality, economics and politics.

Being Great at Sports Does Not Come With Good Moral Judgement


There is a tension between views of players’ rights under employment contracts and their responsibilities – both ethically and contractually.

Sexualized As A Preteen: Advertising Gone Bad?


Is it acceptable to market apparel in a way that sexualizes and objectifies young girls?

The One Thing Americans Need To Understand About Our Police Brutality Epidemic


Discrimination is about more than violence.

Teaching Young Boys About Social Justice

Teaching Young Boys About Social Justice

Crucial conversations about ethics with your son will not only reinforce where your family stands on matters of social justice, but also reinforces the quality of behavior he should not tolerate from his peers.

How to Choose When There’s No Right Answer

How to Choose by David Goehring

When confronting difficult life decisions, framing choices as right and wrong isn’t always helpful.

Being an Ethical Consumer


Patrick Paglen explains how we are ethically accountable for the spending choices we make. “That was an interesting encounter,” my friend observed as we came out of the service station. He was paying for gas for our car trip, when he ran into someone he had not seen since he was a teenager – not […]

In Defense of Being Opinionated

Free Speech

Is it entitled for millennials to believe their opinions matter? Matthew Rozsa argues: No.

How Successful People Work Less and Get More Done

How Successful by Andris

Emotional intelligence expert Dr. Travis Bradberry reveals the secret to accomplishing more by working less.

3 Feelings We Need to Embrace More if We Want to Change the World

3 Feelings by Thomas Fiffer

Patrick Sallee looks at where we need to improve ourselves if we want to make a difference.