It must be a sure sign that the apocalypse is upon us…Latin ‘rap’ music to profile historical American figures and people standing in line to pay their hard-earned money (and lots of it) to hear it. Why can’t Hillary promise free tickets for that, too?
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Hail the Cleveland Indians for making the World Series. I only wish it could have been in their old ballpark, and with me sitting in my “own seat” – a special seat right behind home plate. I’ll explain.
Game three of the ALCS gave all the proof you need about why games take four hours to play…and why some of us go to bed dreaming about the way it used to be.
Saturday’s Buckeye heart-stopper gave some readers plenty of reason to vent over the difference of opinion in two Press Pros columns…and I assume because they won!
You can’t find fault with the effort, and certainly the outcome, but someplace in the middle of Saturday night’s win the Buckeyes seemed to lose their way. Read the latest Buckeye post in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
As his record ascends and anticipation builds for the annual rival game with Piqua, Troy’s Matt Burgbacher would do well to consider a point handed down from the ol’ ball coach up the road. If you’re coaching at either school…don’t make permanent plans until you beat Piqua (or Troy).
The finale of the Washington Nationals – Dodgers series Thursday painted a graphic picture of why some teams (and some players) are winners while others play with entitlement and call themselves major leaguers.
First the Browns, then the Bengals, and then the debates. There was nothing about Sunday worth remembering, or watching, until Jared Hoying came to bat for the last time this season. Finally, a reason to smile!
If you’re amazed at the start – the record – of Matt Burgbacher and the Troy Trojans, understand that there’s no limit to what one can accomplish with attitude and a little hard work.
Mindy turned 60 this week with more commotion than the latest Wiki leak from Julian Assange…just the way she likes it!
Nick Saban was openly critical of one of his quarterbacks transferring this week – to better his own situation. Well, hey…guess where kids like that get such an idea?
In the aftermath of Monday’s debate, all I hear is people saying that if one or the other is elected they’re going to leave the country. My question is…for where?
You know, he’s been gone for better than five years. But I still remember his words about caution and good decisions as clearly as if my dad is still talking to me as I walk out the door.
Seattle Seahawks tackle Michael Bennett says it’s time a ‘white’ superstar speaks out in support of the protests against social injustice. I don’t think it will help, and here’s why.
Oh, say can you see…that maybe we don’t need the national anthem before every game? Yes? No? Well at least consider the history of it.
It’s not surprising that concerned readers are writing to Press Pros over the recent post about Colin Kaepernick protesting the Star Spangled Banner. People who’ve made their own lives matter. What they’re writing about are others trying to justify an alternative agenda.
Fantasy football, pre-season games, NCAA openers, Colin Kaepernick? Meh. You could do better. I could do better…and will!
Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel’s recent argument for mandatory public service on the part of high school graduates is another reason why people are fed up with mandates…and government.
If Colin Kaepernick wants to sit down, or sit out, to support the oppressed, let him…while those like him who’ve put themselves in the category of the un-oppressed stream on by.
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