Dan Daly, sports columnist for The Washington Times, gives his take on sports and more.
Once more around the sporting block – succinctly.
Laying to rest, once and for all, the notion that brevity is the soul of wit.
Sports snippets from the past seven days.
Any day now, they're going to be selling gigantic canisters of these things at Costco.
The Nats' right-hander made 87 pitches go a long way against Houston.
Making the world wordier, 140 characters at a time.
RG3 has to do better than these guys, doesn't he?
The latest collection of throat clearings.
She may not play in fantasy leagues, but . . .
Keeping it short . . . and shorter.
Back after a brief hiatus.
Not only are they tasty, they have zero calories.
The short and shorter of it.
They're the West Coast Offense version of writing – lots of dump-offs.
For clubs with postseason dreams, it's pretty close to a magic number.
'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America