Muhammad Ali – The Greatest that ever lived has died. Or…has he?

I did not like anything Muhammad Ali stood for in life. I will not pretend I did now that he is dead. I detested his arrogance and cowardice (when it comes to military service for his country). He was anti-America, anti-Christ…and, oh, so entertaining. He “danced like a butterfly and stung like a bee.” He fought […]

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Liberal Logic 101: An update based on current events

In light of current events, I offer you an updated version of Liberal Logic 101. Iran, Chattanooga, Caitlin Jenner, Rebel flag, Israel, Islam, courage… here we go. Babies are blobs of tissue until they have passed ALL the way through the birth canal, but they do contain body parts that can be sold for $30 […]

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What Do You Do When the Life has Gone Out of the Life of the Party?

Susanna Kim of ABC News has written a sad, sorry story about former NFL sensation Terrell Owens. Terrell Owens was despised by almost every fan of every team on which he did not play and by many on the teams on which he did. He was seen as selfish, self-centered, a Prima Donna. In San […]

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West Ham United, Pretty Bubbles and The Still-Hopeful, Melancholy Soul

I was thinking about Dad this morning and singing a song he often sang, just out of the blue, just to break up the silence. The song goes like this: I’m forever blowing bubbles Pretty bubbles in the air They fly so high, they reach the sky Just like my dreams, they fade and die […]

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My Tribute To The History-Making, ALDS-Winning 2010 Texas Rangers

It isn’t like they are baseball neophytes. They aren’t a bunch of nobodies with no history. The baseball world at large may look at the Texas Rangers as a glorified Triple A team, never a threat, no great players, sub-par management. And why not? After all, it did take the Rangers 38 years (49 if […]

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