I found a new hero after Gen. Petraeus fell through the cracks and Jeremy Lin got traded to Houston Rockets. His name is Angus T. Jones, some 19-year-old kid who makes a mere $350,000 a week for appearing on the world\u2019s raunchiest TV sitcom, \u201cTwo and a Half Men.\u201d This kid had the moxy to open his mouth and say his show was nothing more than \u201cfilth.\u201d Extremely profitable filth. He threw the entertainment industry into a free-fall so deliriously outrageous that the TV writers and bloggers and comedians started whimpering, \u201cIf he thinks it\u2019s filth, he should give that money back!\u201d And \u201cHe\u2019s under the influence of a CULT!\u201d And \u201cHe\u2019s suffering delusions!\u201d All that may be true. Just look at the people in poor Angus\u2019 life \u2014 an autocratic TV producer, an autocratic minister, an autocratic mother and Charlie Sheen, the voice of reason. Angus didn\u2019t know enough to keep his mouth shut and not embarrass the Powers That Be. Now, he\u2019ll probably get fired, written off the show or be replaced by Miley Cyrus or Tom Cruise, who belongs to a Hollywood-approved cult called Scientology. The crazy thing is that anyone who has seen even 10 minutes of \u201cTwo and a Half Men\u201d knows it\u2019s a cesspool that comes on at 7:30 p.m., just in time for kids to watch before they go to bed. Angus, who has played Jake Harper since 2003, told fans to stop watching the show because it will rot their brains. \u201cI\u2019m on \u2018Two and a Half Men,\u2019 and I don\u2019t want to be on it,\u201d he said in an interview for his church. \u201cIf you watch \u2018Two and a Half Men,\u2019 please stop watching it and filling your head with filth. People say it\u2019s just entertainment. Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you\u2019ll have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially with what you watch.\u201d Angus quickly realized that when you attack The System, particularly the Entertainment Industry, things can go bad fast. They made him the object of derision on the TODAY show, where a comic started ridiculing his belief in God. After all, God can make you do socially unacceptable things if you take your beliefs seriously. Whatever the cause, Angus is trying to sort through right and wrong. Does that make you delusional in America today? In every sector of society, from politics to business, finance, the media and entertainment, if you have values, you\u2019re expected to leave them at home when you go to work. That\u2019s what they did at Lehman Brothers and other companies involved in questionable deals during the financial crisis. History is full of examples of people who didn\u2019t say, \u201cThis is wrong,\u201d when they should have. At some point in life, we all have to make a decision about what is more important to us \u2014 our integrity or money. The crazy thing is some of us never confront that crisis because we don\u2019t believe in anything loftier than filthy lucre or just plain old filth. When you have no principles, doing the wrong thing comes naturally. Angus had the misfortune of immersing himself in a culture like that. Joe Pisani may be reached at email@example.com.