Justice Ginsburg’s death moves the political needle

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will do what nothing else has done in recent months: recalibrate the 2020 presidential election. The growing number of coronavirus deaths in the U.S. has been met with shrugs across the country; the data have merely strengthened the camps in which Americans find themselves. The accusation … Continue reading Justice Ginsburg’s death moves the political needle

If college football players are competing this fall…

...then every single one of them and their families must have the legal right to sue their institution if they die from coronavirus, or if they’re diagnosed with any medical condition that limits their future earnings power because they contracted coronavirus. Any argument other than the major conferences want to play football because of the … Continue reading If college football players are competing this fall…

An open letter to all college students living on or near campus this fall

Dear Residential and Off-Campus Student, It’s on you this fall. And the clock already has started. You want to be away from home and living on or near campus, right? You want to be surrounded by as many of your friends as possible, right? You want to be taking classes on ground, right? Well, then … Continue reading An open letter to all college students living on or near campus this fall

Make up YOUR OWN mind about how your child(ren) will be educated this year

Parents, the calendar has turned to August; and that means if you have a choice as to how your child(ren) will be educated this year, it’s time for YOU to make it. Of course, health conditions around the country have taken this decision out of millions of parents’ hands. In areas where coronavirus cases remain … Continue reading Make up YOUR OWN mind about how your child(ren) will be educated this year

College football fans will be pivotal this season

Two college football teams will spend the next two weeks in quarantine. That means no workouts for either the Michigan State or Rutgers football teams. Yes, multiple positive coronavirus tests within each program are the cause. And it’s not yet clear how those 14 days in quarantine will effect either team with preparations for the … Continue reading College football fans will be pivotal this season

Are we witnessing a preview of fall on America’s college campuses right now?

Comparing situations always leaves you open for criticism. That’s because no two situations are exactly alike. So, at the risk of being subjected to criticism... I fear the last few weeks around the U.S. are a precursor to what’s going to happen on America’s college campuses this fall. It’s not a pretty picture. Much like … Continue reading Are we witnessing a preview of fall on America’s college campuses right now?

Can we slow down the “way to go Colin Powell” talk for a minute

The enemy of my enemy is my friend. Enter Colin Powell. Social media has erupted with likes, retweets and accolades for Colin Powell who today said (dramatic pause) Donald Trump is a horrible president. Oh, and Powell, a Republican if you hadn’t already figured that out, also said he’ll vote for Joe Biden in the … Continue reading Can we slow down the “way to go Colin Powell” talk for a minute