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  • Job Search like a Secret Agent
    Job Search like a Secret Agent
    You look furtively around the office. Your pulse quickens as you enter in your user name and password. Quickly you take a sip of your coffee as you wait for the main screen to load. Come on. Come on. Sweat starts to form on your brow. While it...
  • Doctor wants to play God and attempt a head transplant on patient in 2017
    Doctor wants to play God and attempt a head transplant on patient in 2017
    It may sound like something from a science fiction movie but on April 14 The Sydney Morning Herald reported about Valery Spiridionov, a 30 year old Russian computer engineer that has signed up to undergo a controversial and experimental head...
  • Fly fishing ethics
    Fly fishing ethics
    Ethos is the ancient greek root of the common day "ethics". Ethos, refers to character, and ethics is the study of character, and more so, right and wrong conduct. So why is it important to fly anglers?What is the carrying capacity of...
  • Early season fly fishing: Tips on etiquette
    Early season fly fishing: Tips on etiquette
    We’ve all experienced it. You wake up early for Opening Day. You've prepared in advance so that all you have to do is dress, grab a coffee, and hit the road. You drive for what seems forever and have a slight smile on your face thinking...
  • Anarchy symbol
    A libertarian case against mandatory voting
    On Mar. 18, President Obama held a speech and Q&A session in Cleveland, Ohio. Toward the end, he suggested the idea that voting should be made mandatory, saying, “Other countries have mandatory voting. It would be transformative if...
  • Clarke's hand
    The 100 and a libertarian perspective on innocent shields
    The 100 recently wrapped up its second season. The show is based on a book of the same name, but only loosely follows it. The show is set about a century after a nuclear war occurred on Earth. There are three major types of survivors: those who...
  • Hockey stick illusion
    Climate mitigation policies unethical
    On the ethics of global warming policies, Andrew Montford declares them devoid of any. Ethics that is, especially considering their nasty consequences. A new paper by the Englishman who blew holes in the hockey stick graph has reviewed the...
  • Can Atheists be good? Augustine of Hippo weighs in
    Can Atheists be good? Augustine of Hippo weighs in
    Much confusion abounds with regards to what is generally discussed via the question, “Can someone be good without God.” Part of the confusion is due to the fact that people often charge into arguments without first defining terms.In...
  • When in the blink of an eye
    When in the blink of an eye
    Recently the commercials featuring Subaru Automobiles in the Pacific NW have caught the attention of many, unfortunately not in a positive way. Let me explain, while covering the PetExpo NW in Seattle last spring Subaru had partnered with...
  • This mom went to court to have her 12-year-old daughter killed
    This mom went to court to have her 12-year-old daughter killed
    In August, a court in the United Kingdom granted Charlotte Fitzmaurice the right to have her 12-year-old daughter, Nancy, killed. The landmark decision was the first time that a child that was not on life support or suffering a terminal illness...
  • bodybuilding
    My biggest opposition to steroid use
    Steroids can kill you. So can many forms of performing enhancing drugs. Everyone knows this. However, this is not the main reason I'm against them. Let me tell you why. What someone wants to do to their body is their prerogative. Its their choice....
  • Bonobo
    Scientist shows that morality is built into our biology
    The Veneer Theory, the historically popular idea that our morality is "a thin veneer over a cauldron of nasty tendencies," is wrong, says biologist Frans de Waal, who has spent his life studying primates. The idea that, without religions...
  • Oakland PEC's Lauren Angius Wants Open Disclosure, Just Not Her Politics
    Oakland PEC's Lauren Angius Wants Open Disclosure, Just Not Her Politics
    The Oakland Public Ethics Commission's Staffer Lauren Angius wants you to know her, and about her Oakland political app, but not her politics."Open Disclosure" was the term and is the name of the new Open Oakland App rolled out last...
  • The homeless have something to teach the world.
    Sandy the homeless lady and ethics
    The homeless have much to teach business professionals about ethics, perspective, and sense of self. Let me introduce you to Sandy, who merits being dubbed San Diego’s unofficial ambassador.This homeless soul had a smile broader than the...
  • Sam Silverstein at NSA-CF
    Sam Silverstein brings "No More Excuses" to Tampa
    "No More Excuses" resonated with members of the National Speakers Association-Central Florida who gathered in Tampa today for their August 16 meeting. Entrepreneur, business expert, and international author Sam Silverstein’sbattle...
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