Discussing ‘Cosby’ star Geoffrey Owens’s working as a cashier at Trader Joe’s, Giancarlo Sopo writes in The Federalist:

As John Paul Rollert, a friend and mentor of mine who teaches business ethics at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, told me, “We live in a culture where we so value wealth and celebrity that we not only think taking the low road to achieving them is a self-evident choice if it means getting there faster than by the high one, we scoff at those who would prefer an honest day’s work to the kind of shortcuts that should be a genuine source of embarrassment.”

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