Tag Archives: Justice

Just deserts for Brasil?

Are the Brasilians themselves mostly responsible for Neymar’s horrible on-the-field injury during their quarter-final match with Team Colombia on 4 July? Before you say “no,” check out this excellent analysis by Sam Borden recounting the sordid details of Brasil’s dirty tactics as well as the one-sided officiating … Continue reading

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Why is there still no slave-trade compensation fund?

Now that Black History Month is officially over, let’s get down to real business and talk about reparations for slavery.  Does the Statute of Limitations apply to major injustices like slavery?  Why can’t we create the equivalent of a 9/11 … Continue reading

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Justice for Johnny Football?

ESPN is reporting that the college sports cartel otherwise known as the NCAA will suspend Johnny Manziel, the popular quarterback of the Texas A&M football team, for the first half of this Saturday’s season opener against Rice for violating NCAA bylaw … Continue reading

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