‘Situational ethics’ come into play in both public and private sector issues

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As it happens, I agree with Phyllis Hunsinger.
(If Spehar had been reading my online libertarian-leaning responses to his column, it is doubtful whether he would have invoked my name to try to make a point.)
The last few dozen times I have read the Sentinel online, nobody has commented on their articles and columns.
I find it amusing that fewer and fewer people seem to be responding online to the Sentinel’s offerings. I guess the Vestigial Dinosaur MSM is losing traction with the people. At least let’s all hope so.



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