Estonia is proof that the system works, and the Brexit vote is a decision to allow her to be devoured by economic forces rather than to invest in her future.
By threatening club finances and limiting player movement, Brexit may inflict serious damage on the world’s best league… On the sports side of things, we have this headline this morning: Premier League […]
Newsies dread this time of year. It’s when the Pew Research Center releases its annual State of the Media report. And the findings, for print newsies, are bad, bad, bad. Ad revenue […]
Brexit could be a model for what nations should do if the political leadership was there. But it isn’t. I imagine when British Prime Minister David Cameron secured an agreement with European […]
Clinton’s agenda for first 100 days is underwhelming. And predictable. And paid for by the usual suspects.
On infrastructure and immigration, half measures and vested interests dominate Hillary’s planning. Duh. There’s news about what would-be President Hillary Clinton has planned for her first 100 days in office. Pending details, there […]
One morning a few weeks ago, I sat at the end of the counter in my favorite diner, Robbins Nest. Lisa brought tea, Jessica asked, “The usual?” and owner Crystal badgered chef […]
This is where consistency gets me If I’m going to be really cynical about politics and assume that Big Business calls the shots, government jumps, I should run with it. Many of […]
What the hell, Gibson? Perhaps a short course in, oh, “How the Internet works” would not be a bad idea, perhaps…? I have had a long love affair with Gibson guitars. My […]
I began 2016, the year in which I turned 70 years old, so damn angry. More than sufficient reasons exist for all that anger. I, like many of you, am unwillingly steeped […]
Exposing the rift in America’s labor politics The Guardian has an excellent piece that dissects the Trump phenomenon with an honesty not found in American media: Millions of ordinary Americans support Donald Trump. […]