Monthly Archives: July 2011

Champion Golfer Of The Year

  Yani Tseng capped of the 2011 Grand Slam Season in style. She ran away with the RICOH Women’s British Open at Carnoustie. Her -16 total was four ahead of the field and gave Tseng her second consecutive British Open title. At 22, Tseng is the youngest golfer to collect a fifth major. Tiger Woods […]

Free-Agent Carousel

This week the NFL achieved labor peace; camps opened; and free agency began. “Football is back,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell proclaimed Monday when the NFL Players’ Association signed a new collective bargaining agreement that runs through 2021, ending the five month NFL lockout. Players reported to team facilities on Wednesday. All teams will open camp […]

Is She For Real?

Michele Bachmann has surged in the polls since announcing her presidential candidacy last month at the CNN New Hampshire Debate. The Des Moines Register poll put her in a dead heat against front runner Mitt Romney in Iowa. Public Policy Polling has her in second place inNew Hampshire. The media consider her a serious contender […]

The Curious Case of Jon Huntsman

Jon Huntsman is the most curious of Republican presidential hopefuls. While every other candidate appeals to the conservative base, Huntsman is seeking to win over independents’ support. George Will has called him a Republican who appeals to those who don’t like Republicans. Peggy Noonan labeled him an enigma. Most Americans wonder: who is Jon Huntsman? […]