Keeping Score Archive
Keeping Score has run in over 50 publications and can be read here and on Bark Back News.
Kasich battles moderate label
Tolerance is a two-way street
NCAA not the Justice Department
GOP 2012: New Year, Same Old Song
The Greatest in so many ways
Mission accomplished in Iraq?
A sweet and talented kid
Enough about "greedy" auto workers
Beware comrade Obama and Bush economics
Notes on the final debate...
Time to End the Cuban Embargo
McCain's attempt to change the subject
Ladies and gents... the Paulson administration
Round one to Obama... barely
Celtics' 60th win raises memories of Bird era Excellence
Left owes Nader thanks, not scorn
Bonds indictment an exercise in hypocrisy
Fake FEMA press conference no laughing matter
Vindication at last for The Ozone Man
Jena protestors' objectives baffling
US tennis looking for new superstar
President finally comes to conclusion on Vietnam -- we left too soon
WH interference calls validity of Petraeus Report into question
The "Decider" decides he's above the law -- George Bush's commutation of Scooter Libby's prison sentence defies the rule of law.
It's time to revoke their contract -- Scott takes aim at members of Congress seeking re-election. Reprinted from Bark Back News.
Ferry lore not so funny anymore -- A ferryboat tragedy in NYC brings back memories of Staten Island and jokes about drunken captains.
Bullying politics infringe on personal freedoms -- Political correctness can cause politicians to push public safety measures a bit too far. Reprinted from Columbus Wired.
Lone K a special one for Gooden -- Dwight Gooden returned to Shea yesterday to face some old demons, slay some new dragons and write the latest chapter of his long strange trip. Reprinted from Columbus Wired.
Knight's survival sends wrong message -- It's time for "The General" to just fade away. Reprinted from Columbus Wired.
Endangered species need Lujan's support -- The Interior Secretary's willingness to support deals that endanger wildlife lead many to wonder if his heart is really in his work. Reprinted from Northland ThisWeek.
Magic now running the point for a different team -- When Magic Johnson announced that he had tested positive for HIV, the superstar's focus quickly turned to battling the deadly ailment. Reprinted from ThisWeek Newspapers.
Mini-bonds may help students remain ahead -- Raising money for computers was the idea behind the school district's technology plan. Reprinted from The Grove City Record.
Keep the meaning of Christmas alive all year -- The holiday spirit of charitable giving should not end with the month of December. Reprinted from The Grove City Record.
Douglas/Tyson flap propelled by greed -- Despite Saturday night's heroics, many in boxing are still trying to keep the title from Buster Douglas. Reprinted from ThisWeek Newspapers.
Americans should watch Gorbachev's strategy -- In one of his first columns, Scott contemplates the Soviet Leader's chances of remaining both a Communist and in power. Reprinted from The Worthington News.