For good reasons, liars are neither trusted nor admired. Even children reject and resent people who manipulate and deceive others. A society that doesn’t value honesty quickly devolves into chaos. That’s why we choose leaders from the people in our neighborhoods, clubs, councils, religious institutions, and civic organizations that have demonstrated that they can be trusted.
So there is no reason to support, admire, trust or permit a person with a history of lying, cheating and theft to be given the opportunity to continue his demonstrated disregard for his fellow citizens. Steve Mnuchin is a thief and a cheat. He has enriched himself by robbing others using a variety of scams. He is unfit and unacceptable for the office of the Attorney General of the United States of America.
See the Columbus DISPATCH article of Sunday, January 29, 2017:
NOMINEE MISLED SENATE ON FORECLOSURES
President Donald Trump’s nominee for U.S. treasury secretary was untruthful with the Senate during the confirmation process, documents uncovered by The Dispatch show.
Steve Mnuchin, former chairman and chief executive officer of OneWest Bank, known for its aggressive foreclosure practices, flatly denied in testimony before the Senate Finance Committee that OneWest used “robo-signing” on mortgage documents.
But records show the bank utilized the questionable practice in Ohio.
“The guy is just lying. There’s no other way to say it,” said Bill Faith, executive director of the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio.
Mari Norman Sunami – Presenter specializing in cross-cultural communications, gender, safe spaces for diversity and storytelling as a medium for sharing personal and cultural experiences
Her education includes Master’s degrees in anthropology and education, and a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish language and literature. Additional studies include Ethnographic and Documentary Film & Filmmaking, American Sign Language, introduction to Somali language for social services, Spanish language and culture. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Jamaica, West Indies, and traveled in China, Greece, Kenya, Norway, Denmark, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Haiti, Jamaica, Morocco, Spain, Mexico, Tunisia, France, England, Germany, Canada and the United States. Past Executive Director of the South Side Settlement, Sunami is currently affiliated with Ohio Dominican University. A 1999 YWCA Woman of Achievement, she is a co-author of the publication, Women Leading the Way.
Drawing on a lifetime of cross-cultural experiences, Mari brings an anthropologist’s perspective on special needs, racial, ethnic, class, gender diversity. She served two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Jamaica, providing teacher-training in Language Arts. She was a teacher for children with multiple disabilities, and both a teacher and a Director of programs in Early Childhood Education. She was Executive Director of South Side Settlement House, a community organization providing youth and social services to a diverse community that included Somali, Latino and Cambodian immigrants, Appalachian- and African-Americans. She has spoken publicly on issues of poverty, homelessness, and inclusion, and conducted orientations to Appalachia culture for foreign professionals participating in the Columbus Area International Program.
She is a presenter with Diversity Matters (www.diversity-matters.net)