Tag Archives: football

Think Football Would Be Left Alone by the Radical Left? Not For Long.

The American Spectator recently pointed out that football has become “the new smoking.” If only the scourge of leftism were that toxic. No, it’s much, much worse than that. Football represents a complete affront to the entire project of radicalism, which decades ago spread to our universities, schools, entertainment, and legal professions. The last remaining… Read More »

Penn State: A Season in Purgatory

On Saturday, September 8th, the University of Virginia has a once–in–a–lifetime opportunity to demonstrate how an institution obeys the same honor code that governs its students. The Cavaliers can prove to the world that UVA’s honor code is more than mere words when they refuse to play their football game against Penn State. But wait,… Read More »

#JoePa 1926 – 2012 | Uncle Sam 1776 – ?

What in the world could that headline possibly mean? Some of my best thinking occurs in the shower (no, but we’ll get to that later) and when I saw the text alert that Joe Paterno had passed away from complications of lung cancer I was heading to the shower this morning, and naturally started thinking… Read More »

Put on Those Football Jerseys: AT&T Sponsorship Brings Unique Experience to HBCU Fans

DALLAS, Sept. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — September marks the return of the football season and AT&T* is bringing all the excitement and fun of the HBCU football season to consumers through its title sponsorship of the AT&T Nation’s Football Classic™ and its exclusive communications services sponsorship of the HBCU Tailgate Tour, featuring Russ Parr and Rickey Smiley. AT&T’s support of the… Read More »

Ready for Some Football? Verizon Has Its Eyes on Texas

FiOS TV Subscribers in Dallas-Fort Worth Area Can Now Access New FiOS1 High School Sports Widget; UT Longhorn Network Available in Texas and Nationwide IRVING, Texas, Sept. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — From the drama of high school football Friday night lights to the national stage at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium, Verizon has Texas football covered for… Read More »

Obama Blinks – Moves Speech to Thursday

Despite having said that it should be country before politics, Obama put his politics before almost everything – including politics. Before his most sudden change of heart, Obama had demanded that he address Congress on the same night as the next GOP debate – September 7th. Obama sent a letter Wednesday to House Speaker Boehner… Read More »

Touchdown and Homerun!

I would like to start off by stating that I am not a very big sports fan unless it deals with burning rubber and raw exhaust, or preying on delicious animals. I do occasionally take in a ball game, be it baseball, football or even soccer. Yes I do enjoy sitting in my recliner watching… Read More »