More Donald Trump Just the Usual Dread Tillerson Should Go The Glass House of the NFL Two weeks ago Nancy and I were enjoying lunch with friends after church. My son’s football coach asked if “things had calmed down” after the tumult of the summer. I grabbed my phone, said “let’s see,” and opened my Twitter mentions. I laughed at the first one, a standard profane rant calling me a traitor for opposing Trump, but when my wife looked, her face twisted up in shock. There they were, just below, more tweets from more men, aimed directly at her. She burst into tears.
In application, the Pinto case, the argument and results would also differ according to ones ethical views. The proponents of deolontological principle would argue that the directors are duty bound to protect the public and therefore in this case they are liable for criminal prosecution. The utilitarianism would argue that what is important in this case is that it brought better security to millions of American by highlighting the some of the dangers of reckless driving. While the virtue ethics would argue that the directors of the Ford are after profits and are therefore controlled by greed, which culminates from their characters