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Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in Blog, Personal | 5 comments

The Day I Met Jesse Owens




Jesse Owens died in 1980.  But nearly half a century later he remains an intriguing figure in history for what he experienced and endured not just in track and field, but in society as presumably one of America’s “heroes.”

I had the great honor of meeting Mr. Owens in person, once.  That occasion took place back in 1976, four years before his death.  Permit me to tell you that story.

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Posted by on Dec 19, 2015 in Blog, Politics | 8 comments

President Obama’s Efforts to “Destroy America” Were a Disastrous Failure


US President Barack Obama sings with Santa during the finale fo the annual lighting of the National Christmas tree December 1, 2011 at The Ellipse in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)


President Obama has failed again.

Born in Kenya to radicalized parents, Barack Obama was cultivated as the perfect sleeper cell for Muslim extremism.  Sent clandestinely by hard-line Islamic conspirators to Hawaii, and then Chicago, his orders were to infiltrate the democratic system, fool the populace, get elected to high office, and implement policies that would ultimately destroy America.  Given the expectations, President Obama has been a failure of historic proportions.

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Posted by on Dec 16, 2015 in Blog, Sports Betting | 3 comments

Busting a Myth: How the 1919 “Black Sox” Gambling Scandal Actually Helped Baseball




In this column, I expose a myth that baseball suffered in popularity after the 1919 Black Sox scandal.  All evidence proves otherwise.

There’s overwhelming evidence that suggests gambling (and all the associated publicity and media fallout) may have significantly increased baseball’s popularity.  

The facts on this appear to prove irrefutable.

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