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Super Bowl XLVI

Getting Their Parade in New York

February 7, 2012

The Super Bowl XLVI champion New York Giants were given a major ticker-tape parade in New York City, which is customary in the Big Apple when a local team wins a national championship.  The Giants played a great game, had a great second-half of their season, and should feel proud of their accomplishments. What bugs [...]

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Deja Vu at the Super Bowl

February 6, 2012

Last night, Super Bowl XLVI ended with the New York Giants defeating the New England Patriots 21-17 in a game that saw just about everything:  scintillating long-drives, a safety (!), great catches, key penalties, last-minute heroics on the field and chess-like determination from two master coaches.  An estimated 111.3 million people watched the Big Game [...]

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New Right-to-Work Law Pushes Unions to Threaten Super Bowl

February 2, 2012

Yesterday, Indiana became the twenty-third right-to-work state when Governor Mitch Daniels signed just such a bill into law.  Obviously, the unions hate this because “right-to-work” essentially means that you cannot be forced to join a union or pay union dues, though the union has to collectively bargain on your behalf. So, exhibiting predictable mob behavior [...]

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