Joseph Sabino Mistick

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When the five Democratic presidential candidates took the CNN stage last night at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, the atmosphere strongly contrasted that of the previous two Republican debates. 

“It opened as sort of a championship boxing match,” observed Duquesne University Associate Law Professor Joseph Sabino Mistick. “It was a great debate, it was a real debate.  It was boxing, not a cage match like we’ve seen on the Republican side.”

The Hubris of Power

Mar 26, 2013

  Why do we continue to see people in powerful positions behaving badly? Does absolute power corrupt absolutely? We'll post this question to  Bob Oltmanns, President of OPR Group, LLC, an independent public relations consultancy and Joseph Sabino Mistick an associate professor at Duquesne University School of Law.