The political psychologist George Lakoff has long said that the right wing trumps the left when it comes to framing issues. One of the
It might seem like an odd analogy, but the more that I view some of the policy changes by President Barack Obama, the more
A frequent criticism of government is that it acts slowly and in a cumbersome fashion. That may be true. However, such conduct does not
Albert Pujols has a unique opportunity to not only change the economics of baseball, but also to set an example of restraint for all
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).