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Title IX – 40 Years Later

Today, I taught the high school class during the Sunday School hour at my church. In an attempt to perfect the 21st century version of the parable, we started today’s discussion with hot topics for the past week. One of the hot topics was sports.  Some of the news trending this past week in sports … Continue reading

Can Track Tech and Social Media Help Horse Racing Regain Its Audience?

Placing any bets on the ponies today? The 144th running of the Belmont Stakes, the final jewel of this year’s Triple Crown, took place two weeks ago on Saturday, June 9th at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. Those placing bets for this year’s race had to do some scrambling and fancy footwork the day before … Continue reading

Feeling Peaky: Crude Oil Market Volatility and Peak Oil

I have a big smile on my face! AAA Arizona reports the area average for regular gasoline is $3.68 per gallon in metro-Phoenix, AZ. Can you see that big smile on my face? About a week ago we celebrated Memorial Day. Aside from this being a special holiday set aside to remember the cost that … Continue reading