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Danehy: The Pandemic and Sports Danehy: The Pandemic and Sports Thanks to the pandemic, college athletes will forever ask themselves: What if? March 19, 2020

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    Thanks to the pandemic, college athletes will forever ask themselves: What if?
      Maybe someday in the distant future, the prevailing wisdom will be that it was prudent to have shut down the NCAAs.
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    Joe Biden might not be Tom's favorite politician, but he's better than Bernie Sanders, and WAY better than Donald Trump
      It's going to take a decade or more to clean away the stench left behind by a one-term Trump Administration. If he gets another term, the America that we love may well cease to exist.
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    Tom hopes that Israel will once again become a country he can get behind
      Israel has lost its way and is in real danger of losing whatever international support if once had. I, for one, would like to be able to root for it again.
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    Tom has some thoughts about sacrifice and lent
      You’d figure that having done Lent for all these years that it would get easier. I’ve certainly learned from some of my mistakes so at least I’m not making things worse as the years go by. Here's my five toughest Lents.
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    Tom remembers what happened when a socialist ran for governor of California
      Foreshadowing the reaction of some people today who love their Social Security and Medicare but blanch at the mention of socialism, Sinclair reflected on his failed race with, “The American People will take socialism, but they won’t take the label.”
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