fbpx
Home Opinion

Opinion

Reactionary Racism: Richard Burr and the NCAA

On Tuesday, the NCAA’s Board of Governors unanimously voted to allow student-athletes to profit off their own image and likeness. With this...

His Time Expired, but Beto Had a Good Run

Former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke announced last Friday that he would be dropping out of the 2020 presidential race. Announcing his decision...

Brother in the Night: A Modern Southern Ballad

As one of the few Observers currently residing in the Deep South, I get the pleasure of being exposed to my fair...

Don’t Give Up Hope…Yet

It looks bad, but it really isn’t.  The Washington Nationals were up 2-0 against the Houston Astros in the...

The Antifragility of Bad Teams

In Antifragile, Nassim Nicholas Taleb argues that “half of life has no name.” Taleb classifies this half of life as things that...

Books Review: Skyrim’s Vast Library

Before boarding a seven-hour plane ride, I prepared in perhaps the most average way possible: I downloaded all 337 books of Skyrim...

3 Tips for Beginner Fantasy Basketball Players

Before we get into the tips, let me just say that, for one, I love fantasy basketball. While I also play football...

Stop Calling Everything Biased

Today’s correspondence comes in three parts: Part one: But you’re biased... Accusations of bias, or the...

Misuse of Funds Makes for a Bad School District

I hail from the great state of Texas, in a suburb called Frisco forty-five minutes north of Dallas. Originally nothing more than farmland and a train station, Frisco has rapidly expanded within the last twenty years, turning wide open fields as well as “Mom and Pop” restaurants into superstores, corporate coffee shops, and apartment complexes of exponentially increasing height.

The Ignorance of the NBA’s Response to China

The NBA and China. It’s all everyone is talking about in the sports world as recent comments by Rockets’ General Manager, Daryl...
756FansLike
5,288FollowersFollow
303FollowersFollow
30SubscribersSubscribe