Wednesday, September 26, 2012
By Jami Floyd : IAFC Blogger
This week, when millions of football fans were talking about the bad reffing that cost the Green Bay Packers the game on Monday night, I couldn't share the moment with my father, who suffered repeated concussions as a player.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
By Ibrahim Abdul-Matin : Sports contributor
Thank you to The Wall Street Journal's Nando di Fino and Jerry Watson, the owner of the Stadium View Grille in Green Bay, Wisconsin who let us know this morning about the winners and losers of the NFL labor agreement that ends the NFL lockout after about 136 days.
But sorry, Nando and Jerry, John and Celeste, I know I am in the minority but I wanted football to stay locked out.
Friday, July 22, 2011
There are two major stories in the news both revolving around deals that have been held up by long, entrenched standoffs.
First, the debt debate wages on in Washington. After hours of closed-door meetings with high-level members of Congress, rumors floated around Capitol Hill yesterday that President Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner were close to reaching a debt deal that would call for as much as $3 trillion in savings.