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World Cup op-ed

So Rapinoe for the stellar women’s soccer team decided not to honor the USA anthem at the  -19 WORLD cup, where she represents not herself but the United States? Hmm. Now the emphasis is on HER, and her politics, instead … Continue reading

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God is a Patriot

Those of you who know the outcome of a certain football game (as in the Pats over the Falcons)  will appreciate this, and those who are unaware will not care, but ultimately, God is a Patriot. Excuse my dose of … Continue reading

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Mr. Palmer

Some of you may have never heard of Arnold Palmer, (highly unlikely though) some may not even care even though hearing of him, but he died yesterday at the ripe age of 87. The earth will cry for such a … Continue reading

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It’s a tradition of mastery

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New England beats Denver today

Well, since the AFC Conference game begins in 3 and 1/2 hours or so, this is obviously a guess. Am I an American football prophet and a betting giant of a bookie? Nope. I could be completely wrong and still … Continue reading

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Dustin Johnson and Sheriff Joe

If you watched the final holes at Whistling Straits, you probably did not notice a careless mistake, which turned into an egregious error, which finally left Mr. Johnson on the outside looking in, with now no chance to further compete for … Continue reading

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CBS new hire- oops

All he said was he wanted to bring a white man’s opinion to basketball. Caving under the effects of political pressure and public opinion, Gottleib then said “It was not a smart thing to say and I apologize.” Actually, if … Continue reading

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Adam Scott congrats

Truly a masterful performance. Champions rise above, and Adam Scott the Aussie proved his mettle in adverse conditions at Augusta National. Draining a 22 foot birdie putt on 18 kept his hopes alive as Cabrera had a tap in birdie … Continue reading

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