Archive for February, 2014
Erin Van VoorhiesStreet dog in New Delhi, India Tom McMillen had a pretty bad experience with the former Soviet Union and some Olympic referees some decades ago. He was on the U.S. Olympic basketball team in 1972 that was essentially robbed of a gold medal because . . .
The Olympic Games promote international competition, but also cooperation and respect among individuals and nations. As billions of people tune in to the Olympics, they typically have a swelling of patriotism for their own country and its athletes, but at the same time they experience . . .
The Senate has just approved a final Farm Bill with a landmark anti-animal fighting provision and without the destructive King amendment. The President is expected to sign the bill into law in the coming days. This is a big advance for us, and today, I . . .
The Super Bowl is the biggest television event of the year, with more than 100 million tuning in yesterday afternoon and evening – even though this year’s game was a real blowout. Every year, the commercials garner almost as much attention as the game itself. . . .