Here it is, the second week of the tournament, and Cinderella’s ride to the ball is back to being a Halloween decoration. Goliath is peeling David off his heel and using his sling to pick his teeth.
Press Pass with Ten Out of Tenn
Trent Dabbs had an interesting lament. He wondered, if Nashville wasn’t known as Music City, if it didn’t have such an enormous reputation as a musical mecca, would people pay more attention to the burgeoning-but-under-appreciated indie scene blossoming inside its borders?
The Peak Oil Crisis: The Secretary of Transition
As gasoline prices go higher and higher and as the polls show voters more and more concerned about how they are going to fill their tanks, the Congress is starting to stir.
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Shootout Tournaments
The World Series of Poker and several other stops on the tournament circuit often hold special “shootout” style events. These are among my favorite games to play.
Our Man in Arlington
As a political junky, I was beginning to despair that there were no defining issues in this year’s County Board race. People here seem to be reasonably satisfied with the direction our government has taken over the last several years, and they should be.
Going All-In Right From the Start
There’s a hot topic of debate amongst elite poker professionals: betting it all on a slim margin at the very beginning of a tournament. While some pros have an “all or nothing” mentality about it, others would rather play it more conservatively.
Jim Moran’s News Commentary
The U.S. Service Academies at West Point, Annapolis and Colorado Springs train and produce the men and women who have guided our Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines to become the most powerful armed services in the world. Historically, these institutions have played a crucial role in staffing our military […]