Tribute to Whitey Ford

Posted on October 16th, 2020
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Whitey Ford

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Trials of the Century from Leopold and Loeb to OJ Simpson

Posted on October 15th, 2020
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“The dog got nervous and was pulling me harder,” Sukru Boztepe testified.  “It stopped in front of a gate on Bundy…I saw a lady laying down full of blood.” It was just before midnight on Sunday, June 12, 1994 when Boztepe, trying to find the home of a lost akita with bloody paws, discovered the lacerated […]

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Lucky for fans Bob Gibson picked Baseball

Posted on October 8th, 2020
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When legendary St. Louis Cardinal pitcher Dizzy Dean passed away, columnist Jim Murray wrote: “Dizzy let death dig in on him, something no other batter could do.”   The same sentiment could be expressed about Bob Gibson, the best ever right handed St. Louis Cardinal pitcher, who passed away October 2 at the age of 84.  […]

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Contrasting Kennedy-Nixon with Trump-Biden

Posted on October 2nd, 2020
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Billed as the most important presidential debate since Kennedy-Nixon, the recent Trump-Biden showdown came off like a poorly staged re-creation of the “Thrilla in Manilla.”  Actually, the Ali bout with Frazier was more aesthetically satisfying. Over 73 million television viewers watched the President and former Vice President carpet-bomb what was left of civility in American political discourse. Showmanship […]

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Notorious RBG: A Study in Values

Posted on September 24th, 2020
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Rabbi Jacob Weinstein once said, “You can’t tell the size of an evergreen until it is cut down.”  With the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, American jurisprudence just lost — following the Rabbi Weinstein metaphor — a sequoia. Justice Ginsburg, agree with her politics or not, was a game changer.  Her […]

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