Category Archives: Sports

Moral Courage: Trevor Williams

By | June 19, 2023

[June 19, 2023]  Washington Nationals pitcher Trevor Williams speaks out against the Woke LA Dodgers, who recently honored the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.  The Dodgers were virtue signaling over Pride Month like many professional baseball teams have been doing this year.  Williams was surely warned not to do this, and I’m sure his career was threatened.  Under these… Read More »

Sports Lessons: Full Contact Jousting

By | April 12, 2017

[April 12, 2017]  Jousting is an old European martial sport originating sometime in the High Middle Ages1 and being popular among the Anglo-Norman knighthood because it showed courage, strength, endurance, and glory.  Today it’s being revived and it is a manly endeavor.  Some say it is accurately described as the world’s most dangerous sport in history. Louis Zamperini,… Read More »

Sports Lessons: Manly Bronco Riding

By | March 1, 2016

[March 1, 2016]  College football coach “Bear” Bryant once said that it’s not the will to win that matters, “it’s the will to prepare to win that matters.”  Although a great football coach, Bryant would also have made an exceptional bronco riding coach because preparation is the key to staying on a wildly bucking horse and do so… Read More »