75 years ago today, Jesse Owens won his fourth and final Gold Medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, something which would not be duplicated in track and field until the 1984 games by Carl Lewis. As amazing as this athletic feet was, it is arguably just the second most impressive thing which Owens ever accomplished. In 1935, he broke three world records in a span of 45 minutes, quite possibly the most impressive athletic accomplishment of all time.
Response to Hawking on premier of “Curiosity”
Brilliant British cosmologist Stephen Hawking was the premier of a new Discovery Channel series called “Curiosity” last night. Part of his focus was why God is not necessary for the existence of the universe.
Psychologist compares Tea Partiers to addicts
Yesterday on MSNBC, Martin Bashir interviewed psychologist Stanton Peele. The conversation included discussion around whether or not people in the Tea Party Moveement have a similar outlook as drug addicts.
The new Phi Delta Theta slogan: a criticism
I am a proud Brother, proud alumnus, and proud Chapter Advisory Board Chairman for Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.