Olympics 2016: What We Can Expect in Women’s Gymnastics

With trials for the 2016 Olympics Women’s Gymnastics competition coming up, the world will soon know who will be competing in the Olympics. According to students with Ohio University masters in coaching, the United States, China, Russia, and Romania will all have strong teams with several stars to watch in the coming summer Olympics.

United States Simone Biles will be a strong contender.… [Read more]

Tears of Rebellion

With the unabated acceleration of the Arab Spring beginning in late 2010, law enforcement agencies found themselves ill-equipped to deal with the masses of protesters that would soon emerge. In many of the countries where these protests erupted, namely Libya, Yemen, and Syria, this kind of political activity was hardly welcome. Being unprepared for a mass political movement of this magnitude, governments and their law enforcement agencies resorted almost immediately to violent methods of control.… [Read more]

233 Dead In Overcrowded Night Club Fire: Will We Ever Learn?

Last weekend’s tragic fire in a overpacked night club in Santa Maria, Brazil, which killed more than 230 young revelers out for a fun Saturday night, indicates both the limitations of the Darwinian so-called “free market,” and the moderating, regulatory duty of a functioning government. It takes two to Tango.

I was part of the hospitality industry for many years.  … [Read more]