As nonprofits, we seek a diversified and balanced portfolio, so that if one revenue stream should wane, the others are strong enough to pick up the slack. But we must be careful from whom and where we might accept corporate contributions.
Haven't seen one of those yellow bracelets yet. I'm sure they're coming. We should all wear both of them as we are all both of them, for to LIVE is to LIE.
The Giants win the pennant! The Giants win the pennant! San Francisco beats St. Louis 9-0 in game 7 to advance to the World Series.
It is impossible to erase what really happened. Lance Armstrong won those seven races. In the rewrite of Armstrong's records the sport of cycling would have you believe they are punishing the perfidy of their greatest rider, while what they really want is for the world to forget their own.
I recently sat down with cyclist Tyler Hamilton at his Montana home. Hamilton opens up about his use of illegal performance enhancing drugs and reveals details about the alleged illegal drug use of his former teammate and close friend Lance Armstrong.
Livestrong, to survive, will need to be rebranded under a new name and over time it becomes just another cancer charity competing with countless others for money. Unless Lance Armstrong comes clean and apologizes.
I still feel grateful for Lance Armstrong. He did more than start a foundation and raise some money. He helped transform the way America views life after cancer.
After their overtime win over the Jets yesterday, the Patriots are the only team in the AFC East with a winning record. The most impressive win? Houston dumping Baltimore for the first time in franchise history 43-13.
So Lance Armstrong is a tough cancer survivor who did what it took to be a champion. In one arena he crossed the line. But maybe where it really counts, he became a true champion -- for all cancer survivors everywhere.
When I recall the things I admired most about Robert F. Kennedy -- his fire, his faith, his Quixote-like tilt against racial injustice -- I'm reminded that it's hard to find heroes like that anymore, especially during an election season.
What the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and other people have failed to realize is that proving Armstrong cheated is doing more harm than good.
Former Major League player and coach Eddie Yost, known as the "walking man" because of his propensity to draw bases on balls has died at the age of 86. He was the third base coach for the 1969 Miracle Mets.
Shortly after the Tour de France, I was invited to do a long bike ride with Bradley Wiggins in his hometown in England. It was called my Ride with Brad.
Panic time in Philly? Eagles coach Andy Reid has fired defensive coordinator Juan Castillo. I guess you have to blame the offense's 17 turnovers on somebody.
Livestrong can survive the loss of Lance. It just needs to strike while the iron is hot and spread its identity well beyond one man.
I loved Lance, I still respect Lance and I feel sad on many levels. It's kind of like he turned out to be my false hero. But do today's headlines negate all the races he won, and all the good he's done? I don't believe entirely.