Michael Perchick

Sports

Notable coach hits the small screen

Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell is known as a lot of different things to a lot of different people. As the notorious lead singer of 2Live Crew, he has earned the label as the leader of the most profane music group of all time.

Reaction to lack of action
Opinion

Reaction to lack of action

Two years ago, Barack Obama was elected to the presidency behind a wave of anti-Bush sentiment and a “Yes We Can” attitude. But as I sit here today, nearly two years after his election of president, it’s tough to wonder if Obama’s campaign was nothing more than a fancy YouTube video starring will.i.am.

Opinion

Wake Forest win shows potential

The Canes won ugly, and that is a huge step in the maturation of this young team. A great team is able to win when they’re not at their best, or even close to it. Until now, the Canes were considered a talented team, but not a great one.

Opinion

NFL needs to man up

The National Football League is known as a gladiator league, where only the biggest and strongest can survive. But after watching various games over the first five weeks of the season, it is becoming painfully clear that the “wussification” of the NFL has begun.

Opinion

Obama doesn’t deserve Nobel Peace Prize…yet

The Nobel Peace Prize is bestowed to those who work to promote peace and deter acts of violence. But when Barack Obama, the president of a country fighting two wars, won the Nobel Peace Prize this past week, people finally realized something: saying you want change is apparently the equal of causing change.

Opinion

Major League Baseball needs salary caps

Major League Baseball dropped the (fly) ball in not enforcing a hard cap, basically allowing teams to buy championships. So if the Yankees, baseball’s salary-cap king, win the World Series this year, it should come with a little asterisk, denoting their obvious monetary advantage. Until a hard cap is enforced, the rich will get richer…and better.

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