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Paul George : Is He LeBron James’ Newest Rival?

Thanks an exciting back-and-forth duel of one-upmanship, highlighted by a slapping of the hands at center court, LeBron James may have a new rival in the form of Paul George. George, a second-year player out of Fresno State, went toe-to-toe with his Highness during the Pacers 97-93 win in Miami to tie the East Finals […]

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Robbie Rogers : Why Coming Out As A Gay Athlete Is Both Courageous And Brave

With the recent announcement by retired NBA player Jason Collins as gay, Robbie Rogers decided it was his turn. Rogers, who would retired from the U.S. Men’s National Team in February, would announce his homosexuality after being acquired via trade from the MLS Chicago Fire for Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Mike McGee. With more prominent athletes […]

Featured Front Page Opinion/Editorial Politics Spotlight

Politics : Are Marijuana Raids a Bigger Priority Than Rape?

Lori Duckworth, her husband Lee, and several other Oregonians were subjected to frightening paramilitary raids on Thursday. They were handcuffed, their property ransacked and they were thrown in jail for providing medicine to patients. Their alleged crime is that they recouped too much reimbursement for the medical cannabis they provided. State and federal laws ban […]

Buffalo Bills Featured Front Page NFL Opinion/Editorial Spotlight

Buffalo Bills: Pressure Is On E.J. Manuel To Be The Next ‘Jim Kelly’

It has been a long time since the Buffalo Bills were thought of as a championship contender. In fact, it has been 17 years since the Bills had a legitimate franchise quarterback. Jim Kelly retired after the 1996 season, with a resume filled of accomplishments. He won four AFC Conference championships, six AFC East division […]

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2013 NBA Draft Lottery : Why Nerlens Noel And The Cavs Are A Perfect Fit.

CLEVELAND — First the Cleveland Indians and now the Cleveland Cavaliers, thanks to securing the top pick in the 2013 NBA Draft Lottery, it is a great time to be a Cleveland sports fan. The Cavs, with a record of 24-58 pulled the proverbial rabbit out of the hat in nabbing the No.1 pick in […]

Featured Front Page Opinion/Editorial Parenting Spotlight World Affairs

6 Years Ago Madeleine McCann Disappeared, Yet Her Parents Still Haven’t Gone To Prison

It has been six years since three-year old Madeleine McCann disappeared while vacationing in Portugal with her parents Kate and Gerry and two two-year old twin siblings.  The three children were left alone while the two adults decided to go eat dinner at a nearby restaurant and on their only check of the night discovered that Madeleine was gone. Recently there […]

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Should The 2013 NBA Playoffs Be Called The Miami Heat Invitational?

With the 2013 NBA Finals set to begin, one cannot help but think that the defending champion Miami Heat have all but booked their after-parties and champagne. Thanks to one of the most dominating regular seasons in NBA history by newly crowned NBA Most Valuable Player LeBron James and the Heat’s captivating 27-game win streak, […]