Overlooked in the Mets' looming battle with Francisco Rodriguez is the situational morality and circumstantial logic behind the Mets' most recent decision. The underlying logic of this case reveals the ambiguous self-interest of both sides.
The US government should examine the appropriateness of US non-profits receiving tax breaks for providing funds to Israeli settlements that undermine US foreign policy and hopes for peace in the Middle East.
How can Citi lay off tens of thousands of its loyal workers and still fork over four hundred million dollars over twenty years to see its name up in lights in Queens? The "pundocracy," of course, is in an uproar.