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Hollywood’s Favorite Pastime

On July 5, 2011 By Andrew Farrell

L.A. has done it again.  The city’s baseball team is starring in a drama so “Hollywood” that it appears scripted.  Even in the modern days of huge salaries, epic betrayals, and remorseless lockouts, the bankruptcy of the Los Angeles Dodgers is truly a sacrilegious debacle.  America’s storied franchise is going to court, where it [...]

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The NCAA has long been criticized for being a dictatorial, almost totalitarian regime in how it deals with its member institutions. The criticism has bordered on antitrust issues with regards to postseason play, recruiting rules, as well as media rights and funding. When it comes to college basketball, many schools have been critical of officials [...]

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