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Ethics

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  • Reel Critics: Perfect odd couple in 'Get Him to the Greek'

    "Get Him to the Greek" marks Russell Brand's return as legendary rock god Aldous Snow from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." While this new comedy isn't quite as hilarious as that 2008 hit, the stars make it worth a look. Jonah Hill is Aaron Green, a...
  • House officials under inquiry

    A Congressional ethics body is investigating whether campaign contributions to Rep. John Campbell (R-Irvine) and seven other congressmen influenced their votes on last year's financial regulatory reform bill. Campbell's spokesman confirmed Thursday that...
  • The Bell Curve: Fighting useless fronts of morality, legality

    So the military brass has found a battle they think they can win back home. While they fight real wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, they have enlisted a corps of copy machines as their choice of weapons at home. There they have printed and are circulating...
  • The God Squad: Some aspects of cremation spiritually unwise

    Question: With all due respect, I felt that your response to a recent question regarding cremation might have offended some readers. Your opinions that keeping ashes in an urn on the mantel seemed "creepy," and scattering them in public places "slightly...
  • Catholic foundation offers business ethics conference

    COSTA MESA — The desire for profit sometimes trumps ethics in the business world, but one local faith organization wants to show that the two can go hand in hand. The Orange Catholic Foundation, which is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Diocese...
  • Bill calls for stronger parental consent

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) has introduced a bill that he says would strengthen laws that require parents' written consent before a school can let students out early for confidential medical procedures or to teach them about sex, gender and...
  • Check It Out: Prepare yourself for the zombie apocalypse

    Once a fringe genre, zombie fiction and movies have certainly been on the rise. From the classic slow-moving, shambling horror of George Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" to the fast-paced, rage-filled terror of Danny Boyle's "28 Days Later," the theme...
  • Conti on his game

    IRVINE — A short time after guiding his team to a momentous comeback win, Steve Conti was showered with water as he spoke with reporters outside of the Irvine Valley College gym. Some of Conti's Corona del Mar High boys' volleyball players...
  • Mansoor named to panels

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) was assigned to serve on four committees and one sub-committee for the 2011-12 regular session. The former Costa Mesa mayor will serve as co-chairman of the newly formed Assembly Ethics Committee with...
  • The God Squad: Who knew hoops could teach spiritual lesson?

    Q: I play basketball at a local gym. You pay to belong. Four-on-four pick-up: you win, you keep playing. Certain guys are just horrible, beyond belief; if you get stuck with one of them, you're playing three on four. They have every right to play, yet...
  • On Theater: A marvelously manic 'Midsummer' at SCR

    On Theater: A marvelously manic 'Midsummer' at SCR
    Shakespeare still packs 'em in. There wasn't a vacant seat in sight at the opening of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at South Coast Repertory — and after word gets out, there'll likely be few throughout the run. The Bard's most visually attractive,...
  • Costa Mesa police chief resigns in protest

    Costa Mesa police chief resigns in protest
    COSTA MESA — Publicly opposing a proposal to reduce the size of the city's Police Department, interim Police Chief Steve Staveley resigned in protest Monday. In an interview with the Daily Pilot and a memo widely circulated at City Hall, Staveley...