UFC Champion Ronda Rousey Explains Economics in a Way Democrats Will Hate

I don’t follow Ultimate Fighting, but I do keep my eye on all kinds of news stories. You never know when you’ll find something of value. Ultimate Fighting champion Ronda Rousey understands value and economics. Rousey “was asked by a reporter . . . about her thoughts on the gender pay gap in sports,” in […]

Dog Killer Michael Vick Gets More Bad Press than Planned Parenthood

Michael Vick is back in the news. He’s been signed to a one-year contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a backup to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The announcement was protested, ironically, on National Dog Day. Michael Vick was nearly banned from professional football because of his treatment of dogs. “Vick pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges […]

Pushback is the New Politics: PP, Women Fighting ISIS, and the Redskins

Why is Donald Trump high in the polls? He’s not afraid to push back against the establishment. Why doesn’t the GOP establishment? Because he keeps pushing back, doesn’t apologize, and is not giving in. I’ve spoken to a lot of people about Trump, and nearly everyone says it’s not that his policies are that great […]

History Unwrapped: Barefoot Ethiopian Runner Abebe Bikila Conquers Rome

After a meeting with a group of Christians in Dallas, Texas, to strategize about the recent pro-homosexual SCOTUS ruling, I was driven to the airport by a young man from Ethiopia. I asked him if he knew of Abebe Bikila. He gave me a big smile. He knew of him. everybody in Ethiopia did. Abebe Bikila […]

To Celebrate ‘Caitlyn Jenner’ MLB Signs Amphibious Pitcher

It’s a first for Major League Baseball. The first amphibian has been signed by the Oakland Athletics. The headline of the article reporting on his pitching marvel who opened against the Boston Red Sox reads “Amphibious pitcher makes debut.” I thought, given today’s politically correct climate, if an amphibian wants to pitch in the Major Leagues, it […]

One Screwball Jenner-ation 

If I see that creepy Vanity Fair cover of Bruce Jenner come across my Facebook feed just one more time, I’m going to gouge out my eyeballs and bleach the sockets. Ladies, please, if you ever again struggle with body image, just know that those stupid chick magazines you thumb through every day while nibbling […]

Bruce Jenner Wants Self-Authentication to be No. 1 Again

In a previous article I wrote, “Bottom line, Bruce Jenner learned from being on the Kardashian reality show that if you want to make money, you need to be a woman and do something outlandish. This was the way for Jenner to cash in.” Here’s what I think happened to Bruce Jenner. In 1976 he […]

What I Learned While Living with a One-Legged Man This Memorial Day

Men and women who have served in the military have returned with damaged psyches, broken bodies, and missing limbs. We won’t know for a long time if these causalities were worth it. For those who lost loved ones, it wasn’t worth it. I know they have to say it was, but in the end, for […]

One of the Most Chilling Super Bowl Ads Ever

Since my team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, is not in the Super Bowl this year, I’ll be watching the game off and on. My blood pressure will remain constant. I’m not sure who to pull for. How the game is played will sway me to a team. Sometimes the Super Bowl ads outperform the game. We’ll see. […]

Angelina Jolie Tells a Broken Story of Louis Zamperini

I have rarely looked forward to a movie release more than I did Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken, the film adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand’s book of the same name. Zamperini is a hero, a national treasure, and happens to share two things near and dear to my heart: A faith in the one, true God, and the fight on spirit […]