Tag Archive: McKinney

The Ethics of Public Shaming


Consider this thought experiment. Melissa, a 43-year-old mother of two, lives in Cedar Rapids, IA. ┬áMelissa works as an assistant manager at Hobby Lobby, and is both a competent employee and an enthusiastic… Continue reading

McKinney, Private Discrimination, and the Freedom of Association


On Friday, police officers responded to a disturbance at a pool party in McKinney, Texas with a grotesque and excessive use of force. By Sunday, the event had become the latest southern outrage… Continue reading