Tag Archives: Sports

What I Find Offensive — Socialism

Allow me to ventilate something that’s on my chest and not worry about leftists’ precious feelings. Racism, sexism, bigotry, homophobia, Islamophobia, misogyny and bronyism — all abhorrent in their various manifestations. (I won’t lie, I find My Little Ponies strangely erotic.) Yet none of these stupid ideas by themselves killed anyone. They were, well, stupid… Read More »

The United Penn States of America

Penn State University was the deserving recipient of unprecedented sanctions by the NCAA in response to the child sexual molestation scandal caused by former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.  The school was fined $60 million, the football program’s scholarships were cut for four years, a four-year postseason ban was imposed, and the team was forced to… 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 »

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 »

Jonathon Sharkey: 2012 Presidential Candidate Profile

It’s been said that truth is often stranger than fiction. I would have to say this very well may be the case with Presidential Candidate Jonathon Sharkey. Personal Information     John Albert Sharkey was born on April 2, 1964 in Elizabeth, New Jersey to Al and Mary Sharkey. He currently lives in Florida, and… Read More »