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March 30, 2009
I want to apologize to the Oklahoma Sooner basketball team, to my fellow alumni, the...
March 27, 2009
Senate investigating which college football team should be #1
Turning its attention away from trivial issues such as the economy, bailouts, overseas contingencies, and...
January 27, 2009
A classical school plays basketball too well
The Covenant School is a first-rate classical Christian school in Dallas. It's in the news...
December 18, 2008
Five NBA teams in Europe?
In another step towards a one-world government, NBC commissioner David Stern is wanting to expand...
October 03, 2008
Well, the Cubs and the Brewers are both one game away from elimination. My team,...
September 29, 2008
After the dust settled, after three out of the top five college football teams were...
September 12, 2008
The Brett Favre conundrum
How should a Green Bay Packer fan react to Brett Favre now playing for the...
August 25, 2008
Here is an incomplete, sometimes tongue-in-cheek list of highs and lows at the Beijing Olympics....
August 22, 2008
This could make China go ballistic
Update to our discussion about whether the Chinese gymnasts are really 16, as the rules...
August 22, 2008
No second place in Kung Fu
Here is a fascinating article on how cultural--and I would say political--differences show up in...
August 14, 2008
Chinese gymnasts and the tooth fairy
So, controversy builds over whether those little Chinese girls who have been sweeping up the...
August 13, 2008
Tyranny as art
George Will, in an insightful column on Russia's invasion of Georgia, Russia's Power Play, makes...
August 13, 2008
The spirit of the Olympics
In case you missed it, a great comment from my former student,The Jones: I have...
August 11, 2008
Watching the Olympics
OK, I find myself watching the Olympics, though I hadn't really planned to. It gets...
August 08, 2008
Christian Olympians vs. Chinese law
Many Olympic athletes kneel to pray before or after their event, point up to heaven...
August 07, 2008
China vetoes the President’s worship plans
President Bush had planned to worship at an unregistered house church when he visits China...
August 05, 2008
Well, do you have it? Can you hardly wait for the Olympics to get going...
June 06, 2008
Big Brown and the Economy
Where superstition, gambling, and the stock market intersect: According to this article, Big Brown victory...
May 23, 2008
Indy driver Bob Veith
This weekend is the Indianapolis 500. I once attended an auto race and enjoyed it...
May 02, 2008
Saturday is the Kentucky Derby. Here's some background to the drama: Behind a Derby favorite,...
April 21, 2008
Let’s ruin another society
As I learned in Australia and as I have blogged about before, cricket is a...
April 09, 2008
An essay worth 3.5 years in prison
China just sentenced human rights activist Hu Jia to 3 1/2 years in prison for...
April 08, 2008
We. Are the Champions. Of the world.
I mentioned the fact that I can never recall watching a basketball game in which...
March 31, 2008
I am glad to see that one of my alma maters, Kansas, is in the...
March 26, 2008
Boycott the Olympics?
Should we boycott the China Olympics, or at least the opening ceremonies, because of China's...
February 20, 2008
Banishing Christianity from the public square
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