Why We Lie

A recent article in National Geographic (sometimes behind a pay wall, sometimes not) takes a look at some interesting new research across disciplines on lying: why we do it, why it was important to learn how in the first place, how the brains of frequent liars are different, and why refuting that patently false story…

The Next Right Thing

This week, I ran across this remarkable column by Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He writes about the personal struggles of the Atlanta Falcons’ new offensive coordinator, Steve Sarkisian. Sarkisian, who is an admitted alcoholic, has seen his life come full circle since being terminated from his position as the head football coach at…