The drinking age was raised from 18 to 21 in the 1980s in the hopes of reducing highway fatalities. However, most people drink underage. This week we discuss the ethics of this arbitrarily enforced law.
Since the 1960s, oral contraception has been exclusively for women. Researchers say a version for men on the horizon. This week we discuss of ethics of taking the pill.
Most kids have to do chores. Some parents see them as character building or payment for their room and board. Others pay their children for their work. This week we discuss the ethics of this age-old tradition.
Abortion has been a controversial topic for decades and the debate was rekindled with the nomination of a new Supreme Court justice. This week we tackle the biggest ethical debate of them all.
From alternative facts to fake news, it can be hard to get to the truth of a matter. This week we tackle the ethics of lying.
The most volatile debate in recent months has been immigration. Who do we let in to this country and why? What kind of country do we want to be? This week we tackle the ethics of immigration policy.
Over the top proposals are all the rage in the social media age. This can put a lot of pressure on courting couples. Our Kelly McBride says it’s time to make a change to this antiquated system. This week we discuss the ethics of this longstanding tradition.
From White House officials being driven out of restaurants to a shooting at a Maryland newspaper, there has been a serious lack of civility in our recent political debate. This week we discuss the ethics of civil discourse.
High profile suicides receive lots of media coverage. This week we share the dos and don’ts when discussing this sensitive issue on TV, online and in our daily lives.
The recent suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have sparked lots of conversation. According to the CDC the suicide rate in the US has increased 30% since 1999. This week we discuss ways to deal with this alarming trend.