Dan Ariely, whom I have quoted often, offers some wonderful insight into dishonesty.
(I have been mildly opposed on constitutional grounds to the display of the Ten Commandments in schools, but perhaps should rethink it. At the same time, I would also support other moral statements from other religious, philosophical, etc. sources.)
I also can't help but wonder what in our agricultural system is inadvertently influencing people to cheat. What could we change to raise our moral performance?
Certainly, technological advances like ACR (automatic crop reporting) would reduce the opportunities to defraud, I would think. Of course, grain sales 1099's would do likewise.