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The Greatest Case of Commercial Blindness in the History of Sports Integrity

There are all kinds of examples of inappropriate blindness. There was Captain Smith of the SS Titanic not seeing the iceberg. There was Admiral Nelson putting the telescope to his eye patch not to see the signal to retreat. There was Johnny Papalia the mafia thug who beat up the head of Toronto’s illegal gambling … Continue reading The Greatest Case of Commercial Blindness in the History of Sports Integrity

Penis Size, Golden Showers and the Sorry State of American Journalism

“You’re the opposition party. Not the Democratic Party. You’re the opposition party. The media is the opposition party.” Stephen Bannon is right. Sadly, he may even be right in the second part of his now-famous quote to the New York Times, “The media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and just … Continue reading Penis Size, Golden Showers and the Sorry State of American Journalism

Donald Trump is the Most Left-Wing President America Has Ever Had

They have lost the plot. The reaction of much of the mainstream media and some left-wing leaders towards the new American President Donald Trump is beginning to show signs of insanity. If you have read the headlines in the New York Times, Guardian and other international news outlets over the last few weeks you would … Continue reading Donald Trump is the Most Left-Wing President America Has Ever Had

Canada’s Shame

The success of Toronto FC aside, Canadian soccer remains an abject embarrassment — not because of quality of play, but because European police and sports officials say a lower-level Canadian league remains a hot spot of corruption and match-fixing. “You are supposed to be honest people,” Kee, a Chinese-Malaysian bookie who runs an illegal gambling … Continue reading Canada’s Shame

Turkey’s Slow-Motion Coup d’etat, Türkiye’nin ikinci hükümet darbesi

Spare a thought for Turkey.  Türkiye’yi düşünceye ver. In the months since the July 2016 coup attempt, Turkey has had a second, slow-motion coup.  President Tayyip Erodgan has arrested thousands of journalists, lawyers, professors, soldiers, policemen, prosecutors and university administrators.   This has effectively stopped any opposition. Today, (December 5th) Wikileaks published a cache of over-57,000 … Continue reading Turkey’s Slow-Motion Coup d’etat, Türkiye’nin ikinci hükümet darbesi

The Aftermath of the U.S. Election & Admitting Failure

This election was about the failure of the media, the pollsters and left-wing parties. Here are two articles by people who know the situation: Bernie Sanders on the failure of the Democratic Party and Glenn Greenwald on the failure of the U.S. media. However, I could not find any pollster who is willing to be honest about … Continue reading The Aftermath of the U.S. Election & Admitting Failure