Opinion

Admission scandal hurts national morals

When a nation’s highest government leader is repeatedly reported to behave badly, unethically, immorally and illegally, his conduct is likely to inspire his country’s men and women to follow the principal’s examples with duplicitous accuracy. Such is the case right here at home as more and more Americans in all walks of life, whether in private or public roles, choose to copy their leader and . . .

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