Monthly Archives: May 2012

Robert Reich Jumps Off a Cliff

Last night on NPR’s Marketplace segment, Robert Reich gave his commentary on the European debt crisis and the supposed results of the austerity measures taken to correct the crisis there. From the onset of the first sentence of Reich’s opinion, … Continue reading

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Cal FC Does it Again!

After trouncing third division side Wilmington Hammerheads 4-0 in the second round, USASA powerhouse Cal FC scraped by MLS’ Portland Timbers 1-0 in added time to advance in US Open Cup play. This keeps the demise of MLS sides in … Continue reading

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MLS Falling

Now, how is it that so many proven MLS squads can go into matches against lower division teams and wind up getting shown a clinic, many on their home turf? We can claim the sorry old excuse of “congested schedules”, … Continue reading

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Third Round Results from the US Open Cup

The third round of the US Open Cup tournament kicked off last night with 14 out of the 16 matches of the round being played. The other two games (Cal FC @ Portland; Atlanta @ Seattle) will be played tonight. … Continue reading

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Against Conservative Collectivism

Those politicos that align themselves to the right side of the political spectrum often accuse their counterparts on the left of “collectivism”. Collectivism, for those that may be unaware, is the belief that the individual has a duty to community/group/society/nation/etc … Continue reading

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Crisis in Carson; Or, How I Came to Love the LA Galaxy

Coming off of some disturbing comments from Landon Donovan, it seems natural to me to arrive at the question of “What would a post-Donovan LA Galaxy look like?”.

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Dropping Plates

Mark Sisson’s blog entry from yesterday hit close to home for me. From my experiences as of late, I’ve deduced that there’s an elusive balance that I’m apparently not establishing in my life. The therapy sessions I’ve had have indicated … Continue reading

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