Dr. Wilmer J. Leon III
Washington Postwriter David Ignatius recently wrote an Op Ed entitledIs Israel preparing to attack Iran?Ignatiusstates that former CIA Director and current Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, "believes there is a strong likelihood that Israel will strike Iran in April, May or June…" Since Ignatius' Op Ed appeared, other newspapers have picked up on this opinion and repeated it as though it is fact.The Telegraph U.K.wrote, "United States Defense Secretary Leon Panetta believes there is a growing possibility Israel will attack Iran as early as April to stop Tehran from building a nuclear bomb.
Dr. Wilmer J. Leon III
This past Tuesday, former Pennsylvania senator and Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum scored victories in primary contests in Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorado. This is, at least for now, injecting much needed wind into the sales of Santorum’s fledgling bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
As former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney went into Tuesday’s primaries fresh off of his victories in Florida and Nevada, many expected a stronger showing by the presumptive frontrunner.
Its so quiet you can hear a rat piss on cotton as a molester wrap's himself in the bible . . .
by Desi Cortez BASN staff writer,
CO---I wish I said it, but I didn’t, I’m just stealing it from Eagle’s
lineman Todd Hermann who tweeted it, I’m just swiping it like
Alexander Monday in .....It takes a Thief
. I can’t think of a better way to put the Ben Rothelisberger scandals into a nutshell.
From Rapistberger to religiousberger
by Desi Cortez, desicortez@Blackathlete.comDenver, CO.----Here’s
a stark reality; most folks won’t be robbed by a gun-toting thug. No,
instead far too-many of us will be taken to the bank . . . by a banker -
a serpent in alligator loafers, shark skin suit and claiming Ivy
League/Wall Street credentials.
Everything is not as it appears . . . .
organized labor, undermining worker-ant solidarity, that’s what’s
really going on right under our noses. Class warfare waged by the world class wealthy against us workers bees.
Sports chained to big business, gambling & corruption
NEVADA-- The title of this report may come as no revelation to avid sports fans, business movers and shakers and the politically connected.
But every once in a while it is worth taking stock of those most prominent in a field ripe for deception, deniability and its penchant for unaccountability.
While the names Tiger Woods, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Derek Jeter need no introduction, even to non-sports fans, few people would ably recognize the name, Ted Forstmann.
By Eric G. Satterwhite, columnist for Blackathlete.com(Black Athlete Sports Network)
A retired Military soldier with a deep rooted (heart area) appreciation of the Golf GAME is sitting in front of the televison tube with his 3-year-old son. The Soldier never realizes at that point his beloved son is connecting to the Golf GAME action that his Dad views. The youth unabtedly surmises this televised spectacle of a focused group of polo shirt clad-- double knit slack wearing "grown up" men ; so
Apparently, there's one thing you don't want to do if you're going to be anywhere near formerNew York Giants
quarterback and current CBS analyst Phil Simms, and that's to cast aspersions on the playing abilities of his son Matt, who's currently the quarterback at Tennessee. Ex-NFL punt return ace Desmond Howard did so last season in his role as an analyst on ESPN's College Gameday show, and this led to a little go-round between the two former Super Bowl MVPs at the NFL Experience event down in Dallas.
They share more than just a Nobel Prize
by Eric D. Graham, BASN Staff Reporter
NORTH CAROLINA (BASN) -- America needed President Barack Obama.
still needs him. His election was supposed to unite a divided nation.
His unique background…., life.., story, and education, was suppose to be
celebrated; not hated.
was the perfect candidate, at the perfect time in history. He wasn't Al
Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Dick Gregory, Cynthia McKinney, Shirley
Chisholm or Allen Keys.
was Barack Hussein Obama.
By Chris Chase
Another inane application of the tuck rule this weekend has led the league's former vice president of officiating tochange his mind
about the controversial ruling.
FOX analyst Mike Pereira wrote in an online column that the time has
come to change the rule, which was most famously applied in a 2002
playoff game between theOakland Raiders
andNew England Patriots
. It came to attention again this week whenKansas City Chiefs
was ruled to have thrown an incomplete pass while bringing the ball back into his side.