Tuesday, May 14, 2013


Are public officials of all kinds including clergy, teachers, professionals, elected officials getting off too easy when they say they are sorry for committing acts of moral turpitude? Here is my most recent newspaper column on the subject. What is your view? Thanks for taking the time to read it.
Hag Sameach for Shavuaot.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Public Officials are all human. We all make mistakes of poor judgment. Each mistake should be judged not only by the degree and intensity of harm it has caused, but also by the specific profession of the office holder. The rule breaker may no longer be competent to hold their job. Remorse should not be a deciding factor, in serious breaches. J.