| 24 February 2010 | SHEILA REPORTS |
Though it was much-anticipated and rather heavily promoted in the media, I made no note of the Tiger Woods press conference scheduled to televise his first public statement since his scandalous affairs broke last November. But an interesting thing happened.....
Tiger Woods’ confession: a hole in one
| 23 February 2010 | FAMILY EDGE |
Tiger Woods' "confession" is a full and frank admission of personal
responsibility for doing wrong (not just "unacceptable" things) and a
clear statement of his determination to make up and do better. As such
it is a pretty impressive apology, one that beats most of what we have
heard lately from public figures who have betrayed their wives and
families. So what, if it was scripted for him -- he has made it his
Behind what Brit Hume said
| 05 January 2010 | SHEILA REPORTS |
The longtime professional journalist and Fox News contributor has been excoriated in the press
for suggesting that while Tiger Woods may recover professionally in the
sports world when news of his adulterous scandals dies down, his
personal recovery may be more questionable if his Buddhist upbringing
guides his conscience.
Infidelity: in spite of everything, we still care
| 18 December 2009 | FEATURES |
There is an encouraging lesson in the public reaction to the Tiger Woods scandal.
Our disappointment is encouraging
| 13 December 2009 | SHEILA REPORTS |
A lot of Americans are disgusted by media saturation coverage of the
Tiger Woods scandal and all his alleged mistresses and the loss of at
least some of his endorsement contracts and what all those big
corporations may do if they haven’t bailed out yet, and whether there’s
even more to come out about the man’s stunning fall from grace.