A better application of the Ethics Incompleteness Principle would be difficult to find than the decision by Memphis, Tennessee to remove a huge monument to Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy, and an even larger heroic equestrian statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest, swashbuckling Confederate general and the first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, from two public parks.
The previous post, completed…
Train wrecks, train wrecks everywhere!
Oh, great: the airbrushers and history censors got Amy Alkon.
this episode, which has quickly turned into an ethics train wreck of sweeping and perhaps catastrophic proportions, frightens me as few issues do.
Ethical public service, an ethical Presidential speech, and the definitive answer on Confederate statues…
Fairfax, Biden, and Holder, and their party, of course.
Once again, the politically correct are the assholes.
It is now apparently outrageous to file destruction of public property charges when someone destroys public property worth thousands of dollars, at least when they think they have a good reason.
No President has ever had to govern with a concerted media campaign to undermine public trust like this.