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Welcome, fellow bloggers. As I indicated in my last blog on “Trust Foreclosed and Integrity in Decline”, I think it only balanced to talk about some uplifting examples of Trust Earned and Integrity Ascending in this, my third blog on the subject. I hope you enjoy the following examples of American Exceptionalism: Read more...
- “Character is much easier kept than recovered.”-Thomas Paine
- The American military serving in Iraq and Afghanistan in the War Against Terror have operated with distinctive Integrity and have earned our trust as they risk their lives each and every day.
Posted in Call to Action, Trust
Tagged America, anthony weiner, bernie madoff, cardinals, character, decline, foreclosed, integrity, NFL, pat tillman, robert gates, trust, war against terror
This is the second in the continuing series of examples of the state of trust and integrity in the United States of America: Read more...
- 2 offices of the NLRB have now determined that 2 Catholic Universities failed to demonstrate “substantial religious character” and should not be exempt from federal labor laws.
- Gary Foster, a vice president in Citigroup’s treasury finance department, was arrested and accused of stealing $19 million from the bank and diverting the funds into his personal account.
Today, America and its institutions are riddled with fraud, selfish and self-serving strategies and actions and a general flight from integrity. I’ve decided to post this blog and follow with weekly installments to highlight the kind of incidents that occur in a world turned upside down. I wish I could predict that the list of these kinds of occurrences and scandals will be finite, but is clear that these weekly blog posts will highlight an infinite chain of this flight from trust and integrity. Read more...
Posted in Call to Action
Tagged american airlines, anthony weiner, bernie madoff, boeing, congress, decline, foreclose, gamble, hedge fund, integrity, jp morgan, national labor relations board, proctor, SEC, trust