LeBron James explained his decision to return to Cleveland as the result of introspection. He wrote in “Sports Illustrated” that he realized his priorities needed to change.
What does this have to do with respect in politics? Do many politicians disrespect their constituents by taking positions that put them in sync with their party leaders when personally, they may have different views? Sadly, yes.
There are those who naturally care about people, including those less talented and those with disabilities. You can pick them out. They’re the ones going the extra distance to assist those who need a little extra help. (They don’t include the politicians who spend so much of their time demeaning, disrespecting and demonstrating incompetence.) This […]
We wonder what he would have said if he lost the game. Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman ranted about one of his opponents during a post-game interview with Erin Andrews, the Fox sideline reporter.
(Photo is former NBA player Ira Newble on the Chad-Sudanese border) There have been varied reactions to the trip by basketball player Dennis Rodman and other team members to North Korea, where he cozied up to dictator Kim Jong. But most have been negative Whether because of his woeful
One of the chief reasons we feel so strongly about trying to curb the incivility and disrespect displayed by politicians and media is because of the terrible example it sets for our children. They watch that behavior
Might be a good idea. This sign, which says “Warning” at the top is for fans at NBA games. The print is too small to read here but you can read it at this link to nesn.com:
One of our occasional diversions into the sports world. New York and New Jersey sports fans have argued for years about the first part of the names of their teams in two major sports,
Super Bowl ticket prices are going up a bit for next February’s game. Well, a lot more than a bit. The NFL says most seat prices at the Giants and Jets stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. will rise significantly
New Jersey may have scored another first. After becoming the first state to test all high school athletes for steroids, the Garden State now will be enforcing tough rules intended to keep conversations on the playing field more civil. The state attorney general’s office