The sum of all fears: The clock that never was

Now that emotions have subsided and all the e-warriors cum social activists have moved on to the next click bait, I took time to see why the Texas kid was arrested for his “clock”. On looking at the picture above, I couldn’t help but understand the caution the school authorities showed on this matter. The only… Continue reading The sum of all fears: The clock that never was

The UVA debacle

Ladies and gents, I’m saddened to say we have arrived at the same crossroads again – the rape allegation crossroads. I believe you are aware of the University of Virginia rape accusation circus – the accusations, the shoddy reporting, the fraternity’s fight back and lately, the suite-mate of the victim voicing her support for her friend. The… Continue reading The UVA debacle

You cry like a girl

Anyone notice the latest installment of the PC machinery gone awry. This time, its victim is/was Ted Bishop. Until recently, Ted was the president of the professional golfers association of America (PGA), but right now he holds the unenviable title of being the first PGA president to be booted out of office. Why was he… Continue reading You cry like a girl

Parenting in the 2000’s – Adrian Peterson

Below is the full text of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s statement, which he released Monday. He has been charged with child abuse for striking his 4-year-old son with a wooden switch. My attorney has asked me not to discuss the facts of my pending case. I hope you can respect that request and… Continue reading Parenting in the 2000’s – Adrian Peterson

Clive Bundy, Donald Sterling, Public Censorship and the Freedom of Speech

  It’s safe to say that these two names have garnered the most media attention in the past month –even overshadowing the Ukrainian crises, the search for flight MH370 and the Korean boat mishap. What makes the story of these two men entirely article worthy is not the substance of what they divulged –albeit stupidly,… Continue reading Clive Bundy, Donald Sterling, Public Censorship and the Freedom of Speech