Monthly Archives: July 2014

Stephen A.

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Stephen A.

Stephen A. Smith I wrote the other day that Roger Goodell essentially dropped the ball when he, as Commissioner of the NFL, suspended Ray Rice for two games because of the altercation with his, now wife, Janay, in an Atlantic … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts on a Rainy Dull Morning

Random Thoughts on a Rainy Dull Morning.

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Random Thoughts on a Rainy Dull Morning

The NFL, Ray Rice and a Child’s Picture The NFL, by virtue of the number of roster spots, is the largest employer of Black men in sports. Roger Goodell is the Commissioner of a sports league that is growing in … Continue reading

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Dungy, Sam and Vick

I‘m going to get into trouble here. I could just keep my mouth shut but I have never run from a verbal confrontation or debate. And now is not the time for me to shrink. Tony Dungy, as I understand, … Continue reading

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Ukraine and Israel, then Iraq

Ukraine and Israel, then Iraq.

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Ukraine and Israel, then Iraq

  These three countries have the world riveted to their TVs, cellphones and radios (some places in this now ever shrinking world have access to news via that medium) to keep informed about the current events in each locale. Let’s … Continue reading

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