When It Comes To Modern Love, Who Is The Real Neanderthal?

The newest media push is polyamorous relationships, which I’ve now witnessed being depicted on several specials and news reports as a reasonable alternative to traditional marriage. Many find it difficult to understand us “Neanderthals” who bristle at the thought of constantly having to accept new lifestyles. ABC news, for example, asks us to “have an open mind” and consider whether “they have a point.”

Too Much Fiesta on the Field? God Would Want Us to Celebrate

As a Latino, I’m a member of a minority group that is often said to be “expressive” and characterized as “hot-blooded” by Hollywood. Watch any telenovela and you’ll see what I’m talking about. We are warm and expressive –it’s our nature and our culture– and we’re OK with that. The question is, Should that expressiveness […]

Time To Re-Think Our National Love of Football

It pains me to write so critically of this game I love and to which I owe so much and still enjoy. But it may be time to agree with my dad’s original assessment of football when he first came to America, watched on our black and white TV and said, “This is a game for animals.”

The Miami Herald: A Newspaper that Hates its Readers

When it comes to FIU football, The Miami Herald is late to the game—literally. Beware of people who suddenly jump on the bandwagon.

Social Media, Sports… And tomorrow’s FIU game

When I was at CNN, I prided myself on getting you—all of you—involved in the news. I wanted to change my broadcasts from a one-way delivery of information to what I called a, “national conversation.” I’d like to see if we can do the same for sports too.

Yes, it’s true. I will be calling FIU football games.

  Well, it seems the news has already hit twitter and the Miami Herald’s website. I am happy to confirm that I will be doing color for FIU football games for the 2011-2012 season. I’m extremely excited to be volunteering my time to Florida International.  I’m not getting paid to do this–I just wanted to give […]