Judging by the reaction to the Rob Porter story, it’s time we agree to agree: egregious private behavior is concerning, and even disqualifying, for a public servant.
Ethics professor Charles Camosy joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the future of the pro-life movement and the politicization of abortion.
Of what value are mental health ethics if when they’re tested they crumble under the whims of political pressure?
For all the handwringing about media and morality, God has been largely missing from the conversation we’re having about sexual assault.
The sexual abuse and harassment sweepstakes we are witnessing today is the direct result of our society deciding that Christian morality is narrow, repressive, and above all, not cool.
Before we ask our fellow tribesmen to help us elect the supposedly slightly less terrible candidate, we first should ask Christ to forgive us for our part in creating the filth.
You think it’s bad now? Wait ‘til you throw even a shred of a standard of decency out the window for the greater good of your tribe.
Science-based thinking is a valuable tool: it tells us what we can do. But it cannot say a word about what we ought to do.
Many simple things have become so politicized that many ordinary, decent people are culturally conditioned to ignore anything and everything that might call ethics into question.
These health professionals pretend the world is eerily silent on Donald Trump’s fluctuating moods, and that it is up to them to reveal the truth.
Try this thought experiment. Decipher what the correct view of morality ought to be and determine whether your moral intuitions are valid.
This is the exact opposite of the standard of choice advocated by many proponents of physician-assisted suicide.
Local governments and enterprises should be free to try new methods of overcoming the opiate crisis, even if it means aiding drug abusers by monitoring vitals and providing clean equipment.
The president-elect will soon be either Hillary Clinton or Donald J. Trump. It is time for Americans to accept this and deliberate on how they will fulfill their political duty.
Politicians are more concerned with cutting health-care costs than they are with providing quality end-of-life care, says DC activist Leona Redmond: ‘’It’s really aimed at old black people. It really is.’
Here are a few theological reflections on Christian duty at the ballot box, and why we need not vote for the lesser of evils.
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