A lively chat about the Death Drive, why billionaires aren’t actually selfish and how we’ve made an idol out of the beliefs we often claim as central to our Christian faith.
Emily Heist Moss asks a lot of her leaders, but one thing she doesn’t demand is fidelity.
Gordon Chaffin asserts that just because the husbands of the two women involved in the Petraeus sex scandals aren’t making a show of grief, that doesn’t mean they’re not upset.
Why would men at the top levels of the CIA and the US military seem to lack the good sense at least to show greater discretion when interacting with women other than their wives? And why does it matter to us so much?
According to Pat Robertson, you can’t blame Gen. Petraeus for cheating, because he’s a man. Seriously?
If secrets are a danger, isn’t openness the best defense? Or does the public lust for sex scandals trump everything?
Tom Matlack believes the ‘cheater news cycle’ cheats us out of more important discussions.
Former head of allied forces resigns as director of CIA because of an extramarital affair. Do you think this is a reasonable outcome for someone who had an affair?