We Would Have Played for Nothing

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Monday, March 31, 2008

As the baseball season gets underway, former MLB commissioner Fay Vincent discusses the good old days of the pre-steroids and pre-free-agency era, and what can be done to restore our faith in the national pastime. And, a new novel examines family life in suburban New Jersey. Plus, a look at John McCain’s latest strategy.


Fay Vincent

McCain Matters

While Democrats have been duking it out in the primaries, John McCain has had the luxury of adopting a general election strategy. Stephen Moore, member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board,and Mickey Edwards, former member of Congress (R-OK) and chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, take a closer ...

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An Om of Her Own

Blogger and writer Debra Galant looks at the trials and tribulations of suburban life in her new novel, Fear and Yoga in New Jersey.

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Baseball - Then and Now

As the season opens, Fay Vincent, former baseball commissioner and author of We Would Have Played for Nothing: Baseball Stars of the 1950s and 1960s Talk About the Game They Loved looks back to the pre-free agency (and pre-steroid) era.

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Congestion Pricing: Week Two

We continue our look at congestion pricing with Gene Russianoff, staff attorney at NYPIRG Straphangers campaign, and Liz Benjamin, columnist at the New York Daily News.

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