Pessimism Reigns Over US Moral Values

Pessimism Reigns Over US Moral Values

Nearly half (47%) of U.S. adults believe the state of moral values in the nation is currently poor, with a majority (67%) expressing the sense that the country’s moral values are getting worse, according to a Gallup report published June 16. Neither figure is an...
Moral Values Mold Public’s View of Journalism

Moral Values Mold Public’s View of Journalism

Public trust of journalists has been in decline for decades in the U.S. A recent study conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research (AP-NORC) suggests that a key factor is skepticism about several core journalistic principles. Five core...

What’s Your Biggest Sin?

The recent Presidential Forum on Faith, Values, and Poverty was sponsored by Sojourners/Call to Renewal. The name given to the forum would lead one to think that the forum was going to focus on the way that the faith and values of the three presidential candidates who...

Re-Thinking Moral Values

A few Sunday nights ago while tooling around my radio dial, I got a surprise. I heard Dr. Robin Meyers say he had been a columnist for six years for the Oklahoma Gazette and he held the record for the most number of angry letters to the editor. I could identify with...