It occurred to me that the theme of walking in the shoes of other people fits pretty well. It's a basic matter of empathy, which aside from being a basic human trait also seems to be found in the animal world. Back in the 18th century, philosophers like Adam Smith and David Hume argued that the real basis of morality lay in the emotions. Smith's book on the subject was titled The Theory of Moral Sentiments.
SPEAKING OF MORALS AND ECONOMIC MATTERS, check this out.
MINE SAFETY AND DISTRACTIONS. Here's a good blog post from Ken Ward at Coal Tattoo on Governor Tomblin's mine safety bill, which is more about drug testing.
AN ALZHEIMER'S BREAKTHROUGH? Maybe.
GOAT ROPE ADVISORY LEVEL: ELEVATED