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"Waking Ned Divine": Husband Manipulates Wife for an Apple Tart

The movie Waking Ned Divine begins in the cozy living room of an elderly Irish couple. In the background we hear a television announcer informing the ...

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Misbehaving Daughter Sees Need for Conversion

During a family vacation, Sarah got a little ornery and pushed Hannah.

"Did you push your sister?" I asked.

"No," she denied. Since this was becoming a ...

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Falsified Resume Topples College Coach

On December 12, 2001, George O'Leary had to let go of a dream when, after only five days, he had to step down as the head football coach at the University ...

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"The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit": Integrity Checked

The 1956 film The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit stars Gregory Peck as Thomas Rath, a husband with three children. Thomas makes a meager $7,000 a year, ...

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Saddam Hussein's Cruel Leadership

Gregg Zoroya writes:

When Iraq's war against Iran was faltering in the early 1980s, Saddam Hussein startled his cabinet with a seemingly uncharacteristic ...

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How Good Executives Become Corrupt

Jim Collins, best-selling business author, writes about the crisis of business ethics in the wake of the bankruptcies at Enron and Worldcom. He describes ...

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An African Proverb on Doublemindedness

"The man who tries to walk two roads will split his pants."

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Book Makes Adultery Polite

Judith E. Brandt has written a book called The 50-Mile Rule: Your Guide to Infidelity and Extramarital Etiquette. Here is an excerpt of an interview Brandt ...

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Renowned Author Caught Lying

Even before historian Joseph Ellis became a best-selling author, he was famous for his vivid lectures. In his popular courses at the exclusive Mount Holyoke ...

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Faking Generosity

A. A. Milne (author of the Winnie the Pooh books) wrote a seasonal piece entitled, "A Hint for Next Christmas." He tells of a friend named William ...

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