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No Limit to Wealth and Power: The College Admissions Scandal

April 17, 2019

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Michael Geiger

No Limit to Wealth and Power: The College Admissions Scandal Wealth. Fame. Privilege. Entitlement. Whatever the origins and whatever the reasons, the new college admissions scandal sheds harsh light on a terribly broken system which provides opportunities to the wealthiest of the wealthy while denying opportunities to those without means. The ringleader, William Rick Singer […]

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Mardi Gras – An All or Nothing Lesson

March 6, 2019

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Michael Geiger

Mardi Gras – An All or Nothing Lesson Last evening at the stroke of Midnight, Mardi Gras officially ended. Fat Tuesday, Carnival or Shrove Tuesday. Whatever you call Mardi Gras, the celebration includes rich foods, richer costumes, vibrant music and dancing. It remains the Christian feast before the fast (Lent). In an ironic twist, perhaps […]

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Movement or Flash in the Pan?

February 18, 2019

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Michael Geiger

Movement or Flash in the Pan? We just passed the one year anniversary of the horrific school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida where 17 were killed. In the immediate aftermath, the “Parkland Teens”, a group of soon-to-be activist high school students, flexed their muscle in forcing national televised forums on […]

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The Final Super Bowl

January 30, 2019

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Michael Geiger

The Final Super Bowl My wife, Kristen, is rooting for the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl. How can that be? One of her favorite shirts includes the saying: “My two favorite teams are the Buffalo Bills and ANYONE who beats the Patriots”. Speak of the Patriots and Kristen will lecture you about […]

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Let Them Eat . . . McNuggets

January 16, 2019

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Michael Geiger

Let Them Eat . . . McNuggets Editor’s Note: This article is grounded in college football and politics. It is about neither. Followers of this blog understand that I do not take sides in politics and especially do not take sides in the religion known as college football. The Clemson Tigers football team continued their […]

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