When Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s all-time homerun mark, there were some who certainly begrudged him that accomplishment. He was threatened because he was Black. Racism will always exist, unfortunately, but the vast majority saw and knew that Aaron was simply an amazing athlete who broke that homerun record fair and square. Continue reading “MLB- Barry Bonds is No Henry Aaron”

ESPN.com reports that the Portland Trailblazers will choose Greg Oden first in this year’s NBA draft. The choice was between Ohio State freshman star center Oden and freshman small forward Kevin Durant from the Texas Longhorns. Durant won just about every college award possible prior to declaring for the draft.

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Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Gilbert Arenas are just three of over a dozen quality NBA players who will be free agents next year. Teams looking to make a power move towards the championship may want to clear out some salary cap room. Many of these guys—most—don’t come cheap. That makes the free agent market slim for the big time players. Continue reading “NBA- Free Agents Free Up League in 2008”

With guys like incapable Spencer Bachus fighting against gamblers, the future looks bright for Barney Frank and his supporters.

This is a little late but this is the first time I had the time to sit down and watch the House Financial Services Committee hearing chaired by Congressman Barney Frank on the repeal of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act which took place on Friday, June 8th.

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