How we got to Justin Amash

Sriyash Kadiyala In March of 2018, Special Counsel Robert Mueller released his findings on the Russia Investigation. The findings of the investigation itself were somewhat expected, as evidenced from the course of indictments and guilty pleas which preceded the release of the Special Counsel’s report. For instance, in the 22 month investigation, there was never... Continue Reading →

MLB Week in Review: 5/24/19

Minnesota’s Incredible Run, Yankees Keep Rolling, An Apology to the Cubs and More The running theme of this week is that baseball writers, including this columnist, get things wrong. One week, everyone will claim a team is doomed but, days later, that same club will look like the best team in the game. Or, on... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk About Beto

Recently the media has been slamming democratic candidate Beto O'Rourke, but voters still believe he is the best candidate to beat Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election.  Who is he? When you google “who is Beto?” you might look through Wikipedia and discover that he served in the House of Representatives from 2013 to 2016,... Continue Reading →

The Implications of a Wild NBA Draft Lottery

14 teams enter; 1 team leaves...with Zion. This year’s NBA draft lottery had the kind of high stakes drama, excitement, and anguish that would be well-suited for the Thunderdome. The prize, Zion Williamson, is the most anticipated player since Lebron James in 2003. Drafted behind Zion will almost certainly be Ja Morant and RJ Barrett.... Continue Reading →

Long May They Reign.

https://www.thrillist.com/entertainment/nation/game-of-thrones-finale-who-survived-lived And with a nice bow on top, my watch ( the series) has ended. Tyrion was taken captive after renouncing being the hand of the Queen and after seeing his dead brother and sister. For those who thought that Jaime was still alive… well there's your proof. Daenerys died in the arms of Jon,... Continue Reading →

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