March

March 31, 2012

WrestleMania’s Burning Question: Will Triple H (a.k.a. Mr. Stephanie McMahon) Get ‘Fined’ Again for Dastardly Deeds Against the Undertaker?

World Wrestling Entertainment, which stages its 28th annual WrestleMania pay-per-view show tomorrow, has not allowed chair shots to the head ever since studies of Chris Benoit’s […]
March 30, 2012

P.S. on ‘Whatever Happened to the USA Swimming Youth Coach Sex Abuse Scandal?’

While I have been re-upping the question in the headline over this post (see Tuesday’s Beyond Chron column, which was reprinted in the previous post here), […]
March 30, 2012

‘Whatever Happened to the USA Swimming Youth Coach Sex Abuse Scandal?’ (full text)

[originally published 3/27/12 at http://www.beyondchron.org/articles/Whatever_Happened_to_the_USA_Swimming_Youth_Coach_Sex_Abuse_Scandal__10009.html]   by Irvin Muchnick In the latest legal maneuvers, trial is now set for June for Jerry Sandusky on charges he […]
March 29, 2012

‘NFL’s “Bounty” Game Is Savage – We Get It. Now, About the High Schools …’ (full text)

[originally published 3/23/12 at http://www.beyondchron.org/articles/NFL_s_Bounty_Game_Is_Savage_We_Get_It_Now_About_the_High_Schools_10000.html]   by Irvin Muchnick Dissident sports voices might as well admit that the mainstream media have it about right in their […]
March 29, 2012

Concussion Inc. Author George Visger Honored Today by California State Senate

Thursday is a big day for George Visger, author of our ebook OUT OF MY HEAD: My Life In and Out of Football. First, he and […]
March 28, 2012

Concussion Inc.’s WrestleMania Special!

The Quinnipiac Poll shows that Chris Shays is closing the gap on Connecticut Republican Senate candidate frontrunner Linda McMahon; also that Shays would run much better […]
March 28, 2012

Site Back Up; USA Swimming Sex Scandal Story Published Yesterday at Beyond Chron

This website is happy to be turning our virtual-neon sign back on after being down for more than 12 hours yesterday — the result of a […]
March 26, 2012

R.I.P., Bert Randolph Sugar

Bert Randolph Sugar, the boxing bard of northern Westchester County – raconteur, American original, warm-hearted observer and indulger of folly of all kinds, and the greatest […]
March 26, 2012

After Eveland Cripple Settlement in California, Dougherty Wrongful-Death Case in New Jersey Tackles High School Football and ImPACT

In a better world, the news media would show a hundredth as much interest in the killing and maiming of kid athletes as they do in […]