Who is the man in the white shirt and tie behind and to the right of Lee Harvey Oswald?

We’ll get to the “Shocking Details” in our “bombshell” in a moment, but first, a little housekeeping.

Deflated Brady –

First, football’s “greatest quarterback of all … Read More

Maria’s “Huge Mistake”

I’ve been a tennis fan since early childhood. Each year, I look forward to following the pros – men and women – compete in big 4 events known as the Grand Slam: Australian, French, British and U.S. Open.

Which is why it came as both … Read More

Dear Cam, What Happened on Sunday?

What does it take to get to the Super Bowl, Cam?

A lot of hard work, time, sacrifice and… something else.

However, during the post-game media interview following last Sunday’s Super Bowl, you were beyond stoic. You sat, for all of 7 minutes, with a … Read More

Even Tennis?


Even the great sport of tennis has been affected by sports gambling (as if gambling were a sport).

The BBC reports (Jan. 18), “Over the last decade, 16 players who have ranked in the top 50 have been repeatedly flagged to the Tennis Integrity … Read More

Deflategate Redux

Since the ignominy of Richard Nixon’s attempt to bug Democratic headquarters at the Watergate hotel in 1972, the media likes to christen any high-profile scandal with the suffix “gate.” The simple fact is that the deflation of footballs can’t compare to the pervasive illegality of … Read More

The Three Amigos

Spoiler Alert: This probably won’t win me any fans in New Hampshire.

Despite the fact that America has long been perceived as the home of the brave, and land of free enterprise, there have always been three classes: the rich, the elite and the rest … Read More

Ooohhhhh, Tom!

“I have never used steroids. Period.”
– Rafael Palmeiro

“As long as I live, I will deny it.”
– Lance Armstrong

“Never knowingly did I take performance enhancing drugs.”
– Marion Jones

“I would never do anything to break the rules.”
– Tom Brady, Jan. … Read More