Sepp Blatter resigned three days after winning re-election for a fifth term (photo courtesy of The Sports Review/Flickr)

  The irony America faces is it’s biggest contribution to international soccer doesn’t involve scoring goals. When the inaugural article for this column was written it had been several hours after Sepp Blatter was elected to his fifth term as president of F.I.F.A. In the face of growing accusation of corruption from the federation and indictments delivered from attorney general Loretta Lynch and the U.S. Department of Justice. Which has caused 18 soccer executive to face corruption related charges, and investigation by Swiss authorities on the bidding process for the host selections for the next two World Cups in Russia and Qatar. Blatter still had security inRead More →


The Picture It’s a Friday night, you and some friends take part of the night life of Downtown Atlanta. Hopping from scene to scene, one of your friends accidentally spills a drink on someone. The situation escalates rather quickly and it results in a small fight. During the fight, someone hits their head on the ground and dies. The police get called and your friends as well as yourself are arrested and being charged with homicide. Now you all are looking at 10 to 15 years in prison. Now what? Last names now turn into prison numbers. Laced shoes turn into slip ons, belts turnRead More →