“Happy leap year day!” ~ Me.
Golf Digest’s Jaime Diaz has in interesting proposition: that pre-1997 Tigermania paved the way for the Barack Obamamania we’re experiencing leading up to the 2008 Presidential Election. He writes: Obamamania really isn’t all that different from Tigermania pre-1997 Masters. Woods was still mostly promise, although there was a certainty and presence and sense of destiny… Continue reading Mania This and Mania That
David Brooks writes in an article titled, When Reality Bites, that the Democrats are basically screwed on two major issues. 1. Their proposal for immediate withdrawal from Iraq. 2. Their conflicting proposals of fiscal discipline and new programs. Removing the troops from Iraq would be a huge mistake. Thomas Barnett’s idea of a large peacekeeping… Continue reading When Reality Bites
I walked the streets alone with my camera and tripod. The freshly fallen snow – at least ten inches – was piled high on anything wider than a finger. The landscape was, like the moment, pure and simple. There were no sounds and the only smell was that of burnign logs in a fireplace.
It’s safe to say that the 2009 Presidents Cup will be different from any we’ve experienced to date. The first big change is the venue. Harding Park, a municipal course owned by the city of San Francisco, will host in 2009. The Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Virgina has hosted on the four occasions… Continue reading Looking Ahead to the Presidents Cup
“Two years and 142 cases have passed since Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas last spoke up at oral arguments.” He says: One thing I’ve demonstrated often in 16 years is you can do this job without asking a single question. If part of my grade in law school is based on oral participation, shouldn’t a… Continue reading The Quiet Justice
I was scared watching the first round of the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship. Tiger Woods looked like he was going to confuse his number one world ranking with the timing of his exit – an upsetting first-round loss to the lowest ranked player in the tournament. But, when you’re a maker of golf history,… Continue reading I Picked the Winner