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Ethics

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  • The God Squad: Parents shouldn't deny 'old-fashioned' moral code

    Question: Despite the conservative Catholic stance on morality and church issues we've taken all our married life, our older unmarried son and daughter have no problem with sleeping over at a lover's home, in the same bed, with the full knowledge of the...
  • Beloved shipwright sets sail

    Beloved shipwright sets sail
    COSTA MESA — Gilbert Iwamoto, a pioneering catamaran builder who continued his craft well after he had gone legally blind, has died, friends said Monday. Iwamoto died at home Wednesday of complications following a heart attack. He was 90. Known...
  • Check It Out: Get close with spacey encounters

    For years, mankind has gazed up at the stars and wondered what exists beyond our planet. Is the universe a vast sea of nothing? Are we alone or is there intelligent life elsewhere? Science fiction postulates what sort of marvelous sights we'll...
  • In the Pipeline: Where's the common decency?

    In the Pipeline: Where's the common decency?
    The letter is dated 5:40 a.m. Jan. 22, 2014. It is addressed to "Cowards!!" And then it begins. "This letter is for all the cowards, weasels gutless human beings who stood around and watched this beautiful, defenseless girl get beat down. You...
  • Grand jury again urges Orange County to create an ethics panel

    Grand jury again urges Orange County to create an ethics panel
    When a grand jury described Orange County as a "hotbed of corruption" and called for the creation of an ethics commission, county supervisors dismissed the jury's work as unfair, inaccurate and sensational. When the grand jury followed up with a...
  • On Theater: 'Streetcar' rides to the top at GWC

    For Golden West College, 2011 was an ambitious year with two prize-winning dramas, a classic comedy and the revival of a vintage musical. When the smoke cleared, it was GWC's production of Tennessee Williams' masterwork, "A Streetcar Named Desire,"...
  • Shadia: My kind of Islam

    Unlike Muslims who were born and raised in America, I thankfully didn't have to go to Sunday school to learn about my religion. Born in the '80s, I grew up in a place where my religion was part of the society and the community in which I lived in. I...
  • Policy on cheating changes at Laguna Beach High School

    Marina Drade understands the academic pressures of high school. The Laguna Beach High School senior remembers staying up late most nights during her sophomore year to finish work for Advanced Placement and honors courses, such as AP European History...
  • O.C. chefs band together to 'Fight for Foie'

    O.C. chefs band together to 'Fight for Foie'
    ORANGE — Chef Pascal Olhats daintily stuffed a Medjool date with duck liver pâté and crowned his concoction by fitting it into a paper container rimmed in elegant folds. The tiny cup went onto a tray filled with bite-sized dead ringers. These...
  • Hansen: Mural a chance to get out of 'safe' art zone

    Hansen: Mural a chance to get out of 'safe' art zone
    It's not often in life that we can start with a blank slate, but that's exactly what students at the Laguna College of Art & Design will do this fall when they paint the now famous 80-foot gray wall on Laguna Canyon Road. But will that wall become...