If you read Gloria Bilchik’s post here on April Fools Day you learned about some hilarious aspects of the health care bill that, well,
“Playtime is over”, says David Elkind in his March 26 New York Times Op-ed. In a previous post, I wished for the return of
The eyesore next to the new Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis was supposed to be Ballpark Village, an ambitious, downtown-changing development of restaurants,
For many in the LGBT community, the 2010 census marks the beginning of a not-so-quiet revolution in a push for greater official recognition. Activists
Right-wing activists are doing a great job of whipping up anti-government sentiment—mostly based on fear-mongering and misinformation. In fact, however, even the most right-wing
The White House has made some good moves toward increasing government transparency, but there’s still a lot more to be done. Recent reports by
In 1995, the percentage of African-American players on the Cardinals was above the league average. In 2009 it was one-fourth the league average, and as the 2010 season begins there are no African-American players on the Cardinals roster or coaching staff.
Ryan Franklin’s concern for his gun rights just doesn’t measure up to Curt Flood’s personal sacrifice to remove the shackles of the rules of the game that bound a player to a single team for the entirety of his career.
Back in the 70s and 80s, the Democratic Party was a fairly uniformly libertarian organization. It was the party of civil rights for minorities,
Like many people, two of my primary interests are politics and sports. They both lend themselves to statistical analysis; they have “seasons” (in both cases too long); and winners are sometimes the wealthy front-runners (George W. Bush or the New York Yankees); other times they are among those with the least resources (Dennis Kucinich or the 2008 Tampa Bay Rays).