Betsy DeVos and House Bill 610

March 30, 2017 Guest Writer 0

  This is too important to ignore… The school voucher system proposed by Education secretary Betsy DeVos does not mean you can choose any school you want your kid to go to. It means the […]


Billionaires and the US Debt

March 16, 2017 Guest Writer 0

Yesterday I watched yet another spoiled College brat crying how secondary education should be “free”, student debt cancelled, and “tax the billionaires” to pay for it. Apparently they don’t teach math in school anymore. There […]


Matthew Dowd and the First Amendment

February 17, 2017 Guest Writer 0

ABC’s Matthew Dowd should be fired immediately. He’s incompetent. Why? He said “Trump shut down part of the First Amendment” based on who he (POTUS) called on to ask questions at a press conference. Ok […]


What if Kobe Went to Duke?

December 22, 2015 Guest Writer 0

Who hasn’t heard of NBA superstar Kobe Bryant? He was drafted thirteenth overall by the Hornets in the 1996 NBA Draft, and then subsequently traded to the Lakers — before he hit his eighteenth birthday. […]


Hall of Fame Tour: CANTON

November 15, 2015 Guest Writer 0

Hall of Fame Tour: CANTON Part 1: Cooperstown Canton , Ohio , is a vastly different city than Cooperstown or Springfield .  It has the feel of an overgrown suburb, yet still has a measure […]


The Hall of Fame Tour

November 7, 2015 Guest Writer 0

The Hall of Fame Tour: PREQUEL TO THE QUEST Visiting all four Halls of Fame for the four major North American sports has always been a dream of mine. As a fan of every one […]


Breakdown of the Triangle Offense

June 27, 2015 Guest Writer 0

Breakdown of the Triangle Offense We’re hearing about the triangle offense again as the Lakers face the Nuggets in the NBA Western Conference finals. The triangle triple post offense — more commonly referred to as […]