Will You Pardon a Turkey This Year?

Despite increased awareness of farming practices and vegetarianism, turkey consumption continues to rise. What will you eat this Thanksgiving? Click here to vote. Last month we asked: Do you curse, and if so, why? Here are the results: No, I never curse 28% I sometimes curse to relieve pain 3% I sometimes curse to release […]

What’s the biggest problem in your school?

We all wish we could have perfect schools (read about our educational utopia in this month’s Teacher’s Lounge piece) with strong cultures of integrity. What is needed to turn your school around? What’s the biggest problem in your school? Last month we asked how green are you? Here are the results: Here are the results: […]

Are you a good role model?

Josephson Institute’s 2008 Report Card on the Ethics of American Youth revealed alarming trends of dishonesty among high school students. Is the morality of youth a product of the adults in their society? In response, we created an online adult ethics survey. Are you a good role model? Take the survey » Last Month’s Poll […]

Should Pharmaceuticals Be Used to Enhance Morality?

In this month’s Did You Know piece we discussed the possibility of using pharmaceuticals as a means to improve human morality. What are the ethical implications of altering morality with drugs? Should Pharmaceuticals Be Used to Enhance Morality? Respond and see the results » Last Month’s Poll ResultsIn October we asked if too many people […]

Sound Off

Charles Murray’s article (discussed in this month’s Teacher’s Lounge) argues that the value of the B.A. has diminished and that college is too intellectually demanding for most young people. What do you think? Are Too Many People Going to College? Respond and see the results » Last Month’s Poll ResultsIn September we asked if paying […]