Ryan Gorman
Ryan Gorman

Green Bay vs Seattle Touchdown Scandal: Why the NFL Referee Union Has An Unlikely Ally in Wisconsin Gov Scott Walker

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has made a career out of anti-union policies, how in the world could he defend supporting the NFL Referees Union? Simple, it won't bankrupt the state.

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Senkaku Islands Dispute: War Between China and Japan As Likely As the Cubs Winning the World Series

Don't expect war with China and Japan to break out any time soon.
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10 Richest Presidents of All Time: Where Does Mitt Romney Stack Up to the Wealthiest?

Much fanfare has been made about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s considerable wealth this election cycle. Where would he stand among the ten wealthiest if elected into office?

Mariano Rivera: A Living Baseball Deity

Mariano Rivera is the greatest closer in baseball history. His career may be over, but he forever changed the art of pitching.

Junior Seau Dead, But NFL is Not to Blame for Player Concussions

Football is a violent sport, athletes know the risk going into the league but they still choose to play. Instead of blaming the league, we should be pointing our collective finger at the players.
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Paul Clement Crushes Obamacare on Day Three of Supreme Court Health Care Arguments

What a difference preparation makes. Paul Clement was as smooth as Solicitor General Donald Verrilli was nervous. Clement successfully argued why the bill is unconstitutional.

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Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Dominated By Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Obamacare Debate

Verrilli was instantly thrown on the defensive, when Justice Alito asked him if he thought there was a market for burial services and he said Yes, he may as well have walked into a brick wall.
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Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Bombs on Day 2 of Obamacare Supreme Court Hearings

Solicitor General Verrilli had to defend himself almost from the beginning. It just wasn't his day.
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Rick Santorum Says 1996 Endorsement of Arlen Specter Was a Mistake, Shows Poor Leadership

Santorum has flip-flopped again, this time in regards to his 1996 endorsement of Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter’s failed presidential run. This is becoming a problem.
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What is Pink Slime and How Does it Taste?

With all the furor lately about pink slime, there seems to be confusion as to what exactly it is. People are jumping on this bandwagon like it’s Kony 2012 all over again.
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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Rightly Tells Employees Not to Take Advantage of Goldman Sachs Op-Ed

Dimon has made it clear that he does not want his employees to “seek advantage” from “Muppetgate.” Though many may see this as honor among thieves, I see it as the logical thing to do.

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Goldman Director Greg Smith Resigns Gloriously

Many people dream of leaving their job in a blaze of glory. Goldman Sachs Executive Director Greg Smith not only lived out this fantasy, but he did it in the New York Times.
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5 Reasons Banks Are Preparing For An Upswing in the Economy

Employment is better than expected, the weather's been great, and 3 other reasons things are looking up in 2012.
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Mitt Romney Used Private Email to Conduct State Business While Massachusetts Governor

All government officials are issued an e-mail account, Romney decided instead to use a Hotmail account for most of his correspondence, which is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.
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Jobs Data in February Beats Expectations, But Still Fail to Impress [Infographic]

Though the jobs data is great news, there are some troublesome trends that should not be overlooked.

Yelp Proves Social Media IPOs Are Strong With a Five Star Debut

Yelp is everywhere, now they're also on Wall Street.

The Top 5 Millennial Financial Reporters and Bloggers You Should Be Following

Millennials are starting to make their marks in the world of business and politics.
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Michael Douglas PSA to Fight Corrupt Wall Street: Greed is Not Good

While it’s good that Douglas has gone as far as he has in this PSA to clarify that Gordon Gekko was indeed the villain, it will do little to address the issue of fraud in the financial industry.
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'Act of Valor', 'Call of Duty' and the Role of Entertainment in Military Recruitment

Movies and video games have long been used in military recruitment, Act of Valor will be no different.

Reporter Marie Colvin Dead For Telling the World of Syrian Atrocities in Homs

Colvin told the world of the atrocities that were unfolding in Syria.