Bob Woodward and the Ethical Lens of America
By WMU-Cooley Law School Professor VICTORIA VULETICH

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Opinion by WMU-Cooley Professor Victoria Vuletich Victoria Vuletich is a professor at Western Michigan University Law School and a professional responsibility attorney.  She has spoken at Oxford University, Hertford College, U.K. and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, among others, as a frequent commentator on ethics, integrity and civil discourse. LANSING, MI — October 8, 2020 — “People seek simple …

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By WMU-Cooley Law School Professor VICTORIA VULETICH

Nazi Submarine Wreck Off Denmark Torpedoes Theory That Hitler Fled to Argentina

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  A missing World War Two U-boat—which has long been rumored to have carried Nazi leaders to South America as the Third Reich collapsed—has been found off the coast of Denmark. The U-3523 submarine, a cutting-edge vessel developed at the very end of the war, was discovered at a depth of around 400 feet, 10 nautical miles north of the …

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Ed Koch Commentary: The Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost By EDWARD I. KOCH

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The chickens are coming home to roost in the Middle East.  The experts who supported the removal of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, e.g., The New York Times’ Tom Friedman and many others, are perhaps now wondering if they were right to do so. Hosni Mubarak was certainly an authoritarian ruler.  His government brooked little or no dissent; there was …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Awarding Honorary Degrees Sometimes Creates Dilemmas: Tony Kushner By ED KOCH

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An issue arose last week that has come up before and will again.  It is the issue of awarding degrees by of higher learning to individuals for their contributions to society.  Questions are often asked concerning the worthiness of the beneficiary of the award, based on other aspects of their lives and/or their comments on controversial matters.

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Thoughts About The Season By Michael Edelman, Sam Zherka, and Hezi Aris

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In this joyous holiday season with the New Year’s festivities only days away, it would seem to  behoove us to reflect on the greatness of our nation and what made it become a beacon of freedom throughout the world. In other words, although We may disagree with each other on various policies and ideologies, we all recognize that what makes …

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