1. The APS Board of Education has a Code of Ethics, and
2. that code is completely unenforceable.These facts have been known to the Journal for some time.
The “Journal” made a deliberate decision nearly a decade ago, to not investigate and report upon those facts; to not inform the democracy.
In the face of a bond issue worth who knows how many millions dollars, let us not pretend that those facts are not "newsworthy" by any reasonable definition.
Why will they go unreported in, and un-examined by the Journal?
Yet to be disputed allegation;
The “Journal” has not and will not investigate and report upon self-evident proof of an historical and ongoing ethics, standards and accountability crisis in the leadership of the APS because
1. The “Journal” lacks the courage to report on the crisis, and or,
2. The “Journal” lacks the character to investigate and report upon the crisis.No third reason has been suggested; no denial, no defense, not even acknowledgement of their refusal. I can think of a number of reasons why I, if I were them, might want to respond to allegations that their refusal to investigate and report upon the ethics, standards and accountability crisis in the leadership of the APS stems from their own lack of character and or courage.
If the “Journal” can think of even one reason of their own to mount any defense of their character and courage, a ready and complete defense could not be easier to provide; all they have to do is point to just one alternate explanation for their refusal.
Because that alternate explanation does not exist, they will resort instead to the only defense of indefensible positions; it must be hidden. They will continue to hide their position; their cowardice and their corruption.