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Kevin T. Keith

President

Sufficient Scruples

Email: k***@***.com

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Background Information

Employment History

Partner

KPMG LLP


Executive

University of Lethbridge


Director

Lethbridge Community Foundation


Dental Student

Marquette University


Contributor

Alberta Beef Magazine - BeefNews.com


Governor

Massachusetts


Affiliations

Community Foundation of Lethbridge

Board Member


National Coalition

Board Member


Education

PhD


Web References(185 Total References)


2006 April : The Raving Theist

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But Kevin T. Keith of Sufficient Scruples, usually sensibly pro-choice, engages in some magical thinking to justify burdening society with the care of useless heaps of post-natal protoplasm:


Sufficient Scruples » Blog Archive » Spittle-Flecked Rant, and Raving

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by Kevin T. Keith @ 10:49 PM.
Filed under BioLibri, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Medical Science, Sex Kevin T. Keith Says:


Sufficient Scruples » FAQ

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by Kevin T. Keith @ 8:10 PM.
Filed under "Sufficient Scruples" is blogged by Kevin T. Keith ("KTK"). Who he? Kevin T. Keith is an aging graduate student who, when he began his advanced education in bioethics, confidently expected to finish his PhD by the turn of the millenium, and still does. [OK, truth be told, that's essentially a moribund project. My utter inability to grapple with the demands of a PhD program has pretty much put the kibosh on dreams of doctoral glory, such as that is. Currently I'm nursing my bitterness and pursuing a project to convince the world that "independent scholar" isn't really a euphemism for "pathetic loser". It's going well, I assure you.] He has taught bioethics and done clinical ethics work at two medical schools, and until recently taught ethics and related subjects in the adult night-school program of City College, City University of New York. He hopes some day to become a real boy. Does he have a paper trail? Yes. Kevin T. Keith blogged at Lean Left, a group political blog run by two cool guys from Tennessee, for more than a year before launching Sufficient Scruples. He still blogs there on non-healthcare-related issues. Does Kevin T. Keith realize that it's creepy, in a kind of Nixon/Kissinger way, to talk about himself in the third person? He does.


Sufficient Scruples

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by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:57 PM.
Filed under Autonomy, BioFlix, General, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 5:38 PM. Filed under Autonomy, BioFlix, General, Personhood by Kevin T. Keith @ 1:09 PM. Filed under General, Personhood, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 1:12 PM. Filed under BioFlix, Biotechnology, General, General Science, Personhood, Research Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 4:18 PM. Filed under General, General Science, Sex, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:05 AM. Filed under General, Meta by Kevin T. Keith @ 8:20 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 9:30 AM. Filed under Autonomy, BioLibri, General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles by Kevin T. Keith @ 2:19 PM. Filed under General, Meta by Kevin T. Keith @ 4:46 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Disability Issues, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 9:09 PM. Filed under General, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 10:16 AM. Filed under Autonomy, Disability Issues, General, Healthcare Politics, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 5:09 PM. Filed under Autonomy, General, LGBTQ Issues, Personhood, Sex, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 7:35 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Biotechnology, General, Healthcare Politics, LGBTQ Issues, Medical Science, Provider Roles, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:21 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Personhood, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:49 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 1:44 AM. Filed under Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Sex by Kevin T. Keith @ 4:41 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 12:02 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles by Kevin T. Keith @ 9:02 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, Disability Issues, General, Healthcare Politics, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:35 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Personhood, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 2:48 PM. Filed under Ask the Ethicist, Disability Issues, General, Provider Roles by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:55 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 7:02 PM. Filed under Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Theory, Women's Issues


Sufficient Scruples » Healthcare Politics

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by Kevin T. Keith @ 8:20 PM.
Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 9:30 AM. Filed under Autonomy, BioLibri, General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles by Kevin T. Keith @ 4:46 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Disability Issues, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 10:16 AM. Filed under Autonomy, Disability Issues, General, Healthcare Politics, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 7:35 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Biotechnology, General, Healthcare Politics, LGBTQ Issues, Medical Science, Provider Roles, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:21 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Personhood, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:49 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 4:41 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 12:02 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles by Kevin T. Keith @ 9:02 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, Disability Issues, General, Healthcare Politics, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:35 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Personhood, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:55 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 7:02 PM. Filed under Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 8:24 PM. Filed under Autonomy, Child-Rearing, General, Healthcare Politics, Personhood, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 9:36 PM. Filed under General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:15 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 1:32 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Disability Issues, General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 1:29 PM. Filed under Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Theory, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:06 PM. Filed under Autonomy, Disability Issues, General, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Theory by Kevin T. Keith @ 2:24 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, General Science, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles, Reproductive Ethics, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 5:08 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics by Kevin T. Keith @ 11:58 AM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, General, Healthcare Politics, Reproductive Ethics, Women's Issues by Kevin T. Keith @ 4:03 PM. Filed under Access to Healthcare, Autonomy, Child-Rearing, Disability Issues, General, Global/Community Health, Healthcare Politics, Provider Roles by Kevin T. Keith @ 3:14 PM. Filed under General, Healthcare Politics, LGBTQ Issues, Reproductive Ethics, Sex, Women's Issues This is by far the least important of recent political incidents, but something about the Christopher Lee story demands comment. Lee was a married right-wing Republican Congressmember from New York who advertised for hookups on Craigslist, lying about his age, profession, and marital status, until a woman he flirted with found out who he really was and passed the information on to Gawker, which re-printed their entire e-mail exchange. When confronted by Gawker, CraigLee at first evaded the truth and deleted his Facebook page, then submitted a letter of resignation from Congress barely one hour after Gawker broke the story. This is funny, in the way that bad things happening to bad people are always funny, but, aside from the speed of his panicked reaction, the only thing surprising about a married sex-negative right-winger's dishonesty and hypocrisy is that he appears to actually be heterosexual. For myself, not being a sex-negative right-wing bluenose, I'm not generally inclined to stand in judgment of other people's sex lives. I would normally regard whatever promises of monogamy he made to his wife as an issue between them only, and I don't regard lying about your age on Craigslist to be exactly the kind of transgression that rises to a Constitutional level. The fact that he chose to resign without even waiting to see the political consequences of his behavior speaks to his state of mind, but not to any rule of Congressional probity that I would think was necessary.


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