Ed Driscoll

What Politicians Could Learn From Football

That’s the subject of a recent op-ed by Terence Jeffrey–at least on the field. (Today’s politicians–even Ted Kennedy and Chris Dodd–have little on Jerry Jones’ mid-1990s Cowboys for sheer off-field debauchery.)

And of course, journalists could learn a thing or two from their sports department as well, a topic I discussed a few years ago. Though anti-Americanism may be somewhat less in vogue in journalism for the next four to eight years as they go to work for The One.