Stop the self-delusion about Oscar Pistorius. He won by breaking the rules, too. By Buzz Bissinger.
Buzz Bissinger is a columnist for The Daily Beast and the author of A Prayer for the City, focusing on the poverty and violence of urban America in the 1990s.
Buzz Bissinger says he relied on a manipulative liar who insisted he didn’t win his cycling championships through doping. A Pulitzer Prize winner’s mea culpa.
Buzz Bissinger on why Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett’s lawsuit is disgraceful political grandstanding.
Boring teams, lousy QBs, and namby-pamby rules are making the NFL unwatchable, says Buzz Bissinger.
Sorry, but America is just too steeped in violence to save itself from guns. By Buzz Bissinger.
Writers ignore the plain facts to change the story from Belcher to gun control, skewed perceptions of manliness, or the violence of football, writes Buzz Bissinger.
Derek Jeter always played with an air of invincibility, but faces a difficult recovery after breaking his ankle. Buzz Bissinger says he has to believe the Yankees star will return.
After daring to endorse Mitt Romney, Buzz Bissinger is being pummeled by friends and journalists.
Buzz Bissinger, a lifelong Democrat, has given up on Obama. Even if his own wife doesn’t approve.