Hillary Clintons What Happened Tells the Story of Love in Unexpected Places

Few D.C. pols could have predicted that Hillary Clintons doomed presidential campaign would give rise to a sizzling love affair that now graces the pages of her new memoir.  What Happened is the story of both defeat and redemption.  Its passion rises above the petty politics that most associate with the 2016 election.  [More] 


Hurricane Irma Exposes Cable News Networks

CNN and other cable news networks found that the worst Hurricane Irma devastation was not in Florida but in a worse place: their credibility.  After convincing the nation that Irma would devour the entire state of Florida, the hurricane fizzled in the Caribbean and left the hysterical media red-faced.  [More] 


Houston Mayor Orders Residents to Flush More

In an executive order that conflicts with conventional wisdom and modern environmental ethics, Houston Mayor orders residents to flush their toilets more to help clear out floodwaters.  [More]




Lebron James to Join Golden State Warriors to Form NBA's First Super-Super-Team 

Three seasons, three Finals, one championship and a lot of history after returning to Cleveland, James is nearing a crossroads, maybe the last of his illustrious career.  According to a reliable source close to both James and Durant, the two are plotting the creation of the NBA’s first super-super-team.  [More]


Lebron James' Generous Teammates Pitch In With Hair Donations 

Entering the NBA Finals, the only opponent that seems to have the better of NBA superstar Lebron James is his hairline. His doctor says he is out of donor hair from the back of his head. Trapped in a corner, his teammates are hoping to bail him out by donating their own follicles.  [More]


NBA Star Chris Paul To Leave Basketball To Chase Bowling Passion 

It has been over 20 years since Michael Jordan shocked the basketball world by retiring so he could play professional baseball.  Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul’s announcement Friday that he will retire from basketball to focus on his own second sport – bowling – has Clippers fans in a tailspin.  [More]


NFL Launches Program To Sensitize Locker Rooms For Female Journalists 

In a move designed to stem the criticism of the NFL’s policies towards gender inequality, commissioner Roger Goodell announced new changes to the NFL’s locker room policies. Goodell stated that locker rooms had to evolve to accommodate female sports journalists, including lowering toilet seats after use.  [More]


Elevator Knockout Blow Ends Rice's NFL Career But Starts New Boxing Career 

Beleaguered Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice may indeed have nine lives because while the elevator video cost him a job it might have earned him a new one.  In a press statement released at 6 p.m. EST, Don King Productions announced that Rice signed a five-bout contract worth over $2 million.  [More]


High School Sophomore Battles Gender Barriers 

Jeremy Lankin has gone where no man had gone before, and in the process yet another gender barrier has been broken. The 16-year-old sophomore is the first male high school lacrosse player to break the gender barrier and compete on a female varsity squad.  [More]


Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig Expresses Disdain For Red Sox Fans 

BOSTON – In an unexpected speech that irked more than a few Boston Red Sox fans, major league baseball Commissioner Bud Selig explained on Wednesday why he finds Boston fans “the most loathsome fans” in all of professional sports.  At the impromptu event at which most reporters expected an announcement relating to Selig’s retirement, the longtime baseball commissioner spoke freely and off the cuff about his enmity towards Red Sox fans.  [More]


World Series Hero David Ortiz Opens Up About Red Sox And PEDs Controversy 

World Series MVP David Ortiz just might be the most popular Bostonian since Paul Revere. With his spirited slugging and pep talks, he led the Red Sox to their third title in less than ten years. Now Ortiz opens up in a candid talk with The LBT's Peter Hartwig..  [More]

Devout Christian Tim Tebow Questions Faith And Power Of Jesus After NFL Bid Fizzles 

A Heisman Trophy, a riveting playoff game, an international following. Tim Tebow won all that in his football career, but he was hoping for something more.  His failure to win a spot on an NFL team has the devout Christian questioning his once unshakable faith.  [More]

Serena Williams Swings For Fences By Playing Iron Mike In New Biopic 

Just because sports fans have seen plenty of Mike Tyson on stage in his one man show – “Mike Tyson: The Undisputed Truth” – doesn’t mean Hollywood will stop from making a brand new biopic based on the controversial power puncher this fall.  [More]

Jason Collin Is Not Really Gay Says "Deepthroat" Informer

Some major fault lines have formed in Jason Collins’ story of heroism.  Of course, Jason Collins is the 7-foot center for the Washington Wizards that with much fanfare and praise recently announced his homosexuality to the world.  Now an anonymous but credible associate of Collins asserts that Collins’ announcement is all a ruse designed to buy Collins more time in the NBA – and a multi-million dollar contract.  [More]

Roy Hibbert Apologizes For Anti-Maternal Slur

The NBA fined Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert $75,000 on Sunday for his anti-maternal and vulgar comments following Saturday night’s 91-77 victory in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals that forced a Game 7 series finale against the Miami Heat for Monday.  [Full article]


Rebuilt Celtics Should Fit Team's Ethnic White Theme By Putting White Players On The Floor

My opinions in the column may be seen by some as controversial.  To avoid any misimpressions, I will preface my comments.  The Boston Celtics lick their wounds this week after another drubbing by the New York Knicks buries them in a 3-0 playoff deficit.  How far they have fallen since their championship runs in 2010 and 2008.  [Full article]


Nick-Nack, Paddy-Whack, For Those That Watched At Home, Those Who Were Dogs Wanted Bone


NEW YORK – The Louisville Cardinal’s reserve guard Kevin Ware has a slew of new fans.  They are not, however, your average fans – they all walk on four legs.  Indeed, they are canines.  Ware was injured after attempting to block a shot in the Cardinals' regional final victory over Duke. The sight of his tibia bone protruding from his skin left coach Rick Pitino and his teammates in tears. [Full article]


Wade And James Slam Opponents But Frighten Small Children


About halfway through the second quarter of the Heat-Indiana contest – with the Heat already leading by 12 points – a faint chorus of children crying could be heard from the stands.  As the contest wore on, more and more crying could be heard.  The soft crying sound rose to a din that echoed throughout the arena.  Many parents escorted their inconsolable children from the arena. [Full article]


Gym Members Sound Off On Top Etiquette Breaches


As the fitness craze continues to grow, more and more Americans find themselves in the gym.  This means sharing close quarters with others, often while naked.  Consideration of others can make the gym a better place for everyone and enhance overall well-being.  After all who wants to maintain a fitness routine if trips to the gym are unpleasant? [Full article]

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