Pandora.. your rather dubious expression about the need for an 'ethics advisor' isn't too far off the mark
If you were sitting in the room, you'd have been witness to a full-blown snort.
One of these politically appointed geniuses, had a crew from a major police department scanning the obituary columns, which were then cross referenced to
he gun registry.
It was common for a tactical team to show up to a grieving widows house to collect the guns her husband had registered in his name... real ethical...
I was a member of a sister association, (Canadian Fire Chiefs), and we made it quite plain that we thought they were anal orifices.
Yeah, real "ethical". Whenever I read about "ethical experts" in any segment of society -- medical "ethicists", for example, who aren't -- I am aware how far we've strayed from knowing right from wrong without the need of an in-house authoritah to tell us.
We keep telling the gun-grabbers here, everytime they start blathering about "gun-violence" presenting a need for stricter laws, that we damn well know full-blown registration is what they intend on their way to outright prohibition, and the answer is not just no, but HELL NO.
The death of TrayVON
Martin has brought the hoplophobes out of the woodwork, bloviating about the bad, bad, very bad "Stand Your Ground" laws. These people see the epitome of virtue in a woman raped and strangled with her own pantyhose over one who shot and killed her attacker.