Several groups are angry with something said by someone in front of some people somewhere. Someone then appeared in a highly visible public forum where he or she apologized publicly.
Ever since Barack Obama arrived on the scene, the race card has become magical for conservatives.
There is nothing in life more meaningless than an apology, yet it's become a panacea for just about any behavior, no matter how inappropriate, how vile, classless or sickening. It's down right fashionable!
I'm not convinced it's the end of the line for Federer, but just like boxing, tennis players can age in a hurry. There are always younger Turks like del Potro coming along to claim the throne.
While you've been burying your nose in egghead tracts about health care reform and the deteriorating war in Afghanistan, the truly in-touch media, like AstrologyZone, has the details you need to know.
Joe Wilson (R-SC), tennis legend Serena Williams and recording artist Kanye West held a press conference in Washington, DC today to kick off the first annual National Outburst Week.
The context for both the line judge's reaction and the chair umpire's call at Saturday's U.S. Open women's semifinal match depended on Serena being a strong black woman.
What caused the usually serene Serena to lose her cool? Don't you dare suggest PMS. Nobody ever said that about John McEnroe or Jimmy Connors.
As I watched Derek Jeter set the Yankees all time hit record Friday night I thought about how remarkable it was how Jeter has lived for 14 years under the biggest media spotlight and has never ever had a blip.
What do Kanye West, Serena Williams and a formerly obscure congressman from South Carolina have in common?
With the Williams sisters it has always been less about what color they are and more about who they are: from Compton, not from Connecticut.
Umpires have been taken off the hook and in turn been made less accountable for their judgment
The instant power that is generated when someone "tells" never ceases to amaze me. The New York crowd stuck up for the tiny teller and the abuser loser left the court in shame, boos following her into the tunnel.
Composure. Joe Wilson lost it Wednesday night. And now Defending U.S. Open Champion Serena Williams lost it Saturday night en route to her highly favored fourth U.S. Open Championship.
5'5" French President Nicolas Sarkozy bussed in 20 short people to stand behind him for a speech so he would look taller. In a related story, the Knicks have inquired about their availability.
Happy Thursday everyone, here's my Top 5 for August 20, 2009 from www.LenBermanSports.com