Adam Zuvanich

Are we in for more upsets? And can Tech finally win?

By: Adam Zuvanich | Blog: Zuvie's Views

Last weekend was a wild one in college football.

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Adam Zuvanich

Feeling down about the Red Raiders?

By: Adam Zuvanich | Blog: Zuvie's Views

This is a difficult time to be a Texas Tech football fan, what with the Red Raiders losing two straight games and all. I'm sure many of you are feeling upset - maybe even a little depressed - but I want you to know it's OK. There are people out there who share your pain, and there are people who are willing to help. Like Dr.

scottslemmons

Dogs and Demons

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Donald R. May

What Will be Accomplished in Geneva?

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

While running for President, Barack Obama announced that he would sit down and directly negotiate with our enemies.  Many of us thought such a plan was a very bad idea. Such arrogance gave credibility to our enemies.  It would also give our enemies more time to heavily arm themselves. It seems that Iran is now stating that it will not discuss its nuclear weapons during the negotiations starting today in Geneva.  As discussing Iran’s production of nuclear weapons of mass destruction was the apparent intended purpose o

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scottslemmons

Battle Royale with Cheese

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Man, I've spent too many days in a row reviewing comics (Yes, dangit, two days in a row is a lot. Because shut up, that's why.), and I'm starting to run low on unreviewed comics besides.

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lubbockleft

My Dinner with George

By: lubbockleft | Blog: Lubbock Left

Dubya, that is. I scored a ticket to tonight's Lubbock Christian University scholarship fundraiser event, featuring 43rd President of the United States George W. Bush. (It's a little bit like winning a free kick in the teeth, but with a nice dinner first.) Let me begin by saying that I value and support LCU as an institution. They are a great asset to our community.

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Donald R. May

ObamaCare is Tyranny

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

As time passes, the real foundations and intents of ObamaCare become glaringly apparent. The latest ObamaCare revelation came from the supposed “bi-partisan” health care bill of Democratic Senator Max Baucus.  Those who choose not to buy a government approved health care plan can be imprisoned up to one year and fined up to $25,000.  It seems the heavy hand of government would be exercising some serious coercion and extortion on We the People. Under the Baucus plan, just about everyone would be forced to purchase a government approved or provided health care plan.  Those who decline woul

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scottslemmons

Beauty and Brains

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

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Donald R. May

The Missiles of Yom Kippur

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

It was certainly no accident that on Yom Kippur Iran tested two of its medium range missiles that were both capable of hitting Israel.  Fueled by the embarrassing weakness President Obama has demonstrated in national security and World affairs, Iran has significantly escalated its defiance of the United States and Israel. After President Obama’s submissive address at the United Nations, Obama went on to further embarrass the United States and more deeply endanger Western Civilization at the G-20 Summit.  Our British and French Allies tried valiantly to bolster Allied courage by verbally con

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Adam Zuvanich

Big 12 notes: QB injury updates, A&M's explosive offense and a better Batch

By: Adam Zuvanich | Blog: Zuvie's Views

Most of the football-related news coming out of Texas Tech these days is not of the good variety. The Red Raiders suffered their second straight loss in Houston on Saturday night, and since then, all-American Brandon Carter has been indefinitely suspended and Mike Leach has declared war on Twitter. What has perhaps been lost in the shuffle is the resurgence of Tech's running game, and especially Baron Batch.