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The BP oil spill is officially known as “The Deepwater Horizon oil spill”. It has been declared by experts and the U.S. government as the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry (Oil Commission, 2011)....
The longstanding dispute among economists over the impact of natural disasters on economic growth is as compelling as it is eye-opening. It may appear to be obvious to anyone you may ask that the immediate impact of...
The documentary “Not Business as Usual” directed by Lawrence Le Lam explains a new way of doing business. B Corporation is a nonprofit organization that issues certifications to profit companies to show they follow a special set of guidelines.  They...
Throughout history states across the globe have run into both internal and external problems due to differences in religion, as well as religion practice. Sometimes these religion differences manifest in sects as small as communities and towns. It is places like...
Due to human nature privacy is something many of us value. Privacy has always been a slippery slope. The 4th amendment is the result of a dispute over our personal privacy. This gives us privacy in our own...
Education is a ‘double-edged sword’. Being enlightened by the works of great minds before us cannot come without realizing dark truths about humanity. Frederick Douglas explained this concept in “Learning to Read and Write”. The idea of education being a double-edged...
               While the decision to not promote Walmart Vice President (David Tovar) may have been an ethical one, it could be argued that the decision to not terminate him was an unethical one. Using the seven-step Velasquez Model along ethical...
               Affirmative Action is an executive order put in place by the United States Federal Government in 1965. According to the Federal Governments National Archives at Archives.org, the intention of Affirmative Action was to influence employers to “"not discriminate against any...
In the New York Times article The Tale of The Corporate Spy by Barry Meier, we are told the tale of Robert Moore, an extremely interesting story with no shortage of ethical issues scattered within. Using the 7 Step Velasquez Model...
Individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder experience alternating episodes of mania and depression. The environmental factors affecting the individual with bipolar disorder often act as either risk factors or protective factors. Risk factors, such as stressors from the microsystem, tend to increase...

Do Muslims Have A Right To Force Dietary Restrictions On Non-Muslims?

Throughout history states across the globe have run into both internal and external problems due to differences in religion, as well as religion practice....

Did You Know? The People Of Indonesia Keep Dead Relatives At...

Did anyone else not know about this? Apparently it is a common tradition in Indonesia to keep relatives bodies preserved and in...

Why Is No One Doing Anything About Seal Clubbing?

The other day a colleague showed me a Facebook video that was spreading awareness for seal clubbing. I actually thought it was...