How It Looks To Break Bad

Few television shows present evil. Sure, we follow the lives of rakes, cads, and criminals. We have cheered for the likes of Don Draper (Mad Men), Tony Soprano (The Sopranos),

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When Emile Griffith launched twenty-nine unanswered punches against the helpless welterweight Champion Benny Paret in Madison Square Garden March 24, 1962, no one watching the fight realized he was witnessing

What If F.A. Hayek Covered Sports?

As a journalist, I enjoy reading the work of economist F.A. Hayek because I think it helps me avoid producing bad journalism. I don’t think that many sports writers had