Diane M. Grassi column
Diane M. Grassi is an investigative journalist and reporter providing topical and in-depth articles and analysis on U.S. public policy and governmental affairs, including key federal and state legislation as well as court decisions relative to the public interests of average Americans.

Ms. Grassi sticks to the facts on myriad issues, often given short shrift by the mainstream press and broadcast media. With a passion for holding U.S. lawmakers and government officials accountable for their legislative and policy decisions, Ms. Grassi has an undying resolve to awaken others to these facts in order to promote an educated electorate.

Diane M. Grassi may contacted at: dgrassi@cox.net


You want 'cost of attendance'? So who is going to pay for it?
Diane M. Grassi
March 24, 2015

It remains curious in 2015, that after years of outcry to end the exploitation of the college athlete, which we all know is really exclusive to the National . . .


NFL justice and the torn fabric of American values
Diane M. Grassi
October 11, 2014

It was once held that there was a universal and collective goal to advance American ideals and values, for the best interests of our communities and fellow . . .


Rip off! College students forced to subsidize big time college athletics
Diane M. Grassi
December 24, 2013

The term "redistribution of wealth" has become a well-known and familiar phrase bandied about amongst political elite and used as a wedge issue to conveniently . . .


NFL's newest legal woes need not dim light on its former disabled
Diane M. Grassi
January 21, 2013

It has now been well documented throughout both the sports world and the business world, that the National Football League (NFL) has enjoyed unprecedented . . .


Curt Schilling's Rhode Island Hoodwink now official bust
Diane M. Grassi
June 28, 2012

"There can be no question our country is in the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes...It falls on us, the individuals, to find a way out of our own personal . . .


SEC investigation casts cloud over sunny Miami Marlins
Diane M. Grassi
March 23, 2012

When we think of Miami, Florida, it immediately brings to mind sunshine. Yet, even sun seekers might be surprised that it has taken federal Securities and . . .


Curt Schilling's Rhode Island hoodwink
Diane M. Grassi
September 27, 2010

Curt Montague Schilling, has never been one to duck controversy nor a good game of old-fashioned hard ball. In fact, in the latter part of his Major League . . .


U.S. ban on online gambling on the way out?
Diane M. Grassi
August 16, 2010

When it comes to gambling there has never been a shortage of opinion amongst the masses. Either people favor it or they feel strongly that it accompanies some . . .


States rush to legalize sports betting & expand gambling for revenue
Diane M. Grassi
March 13, 2010

With the melt down of the global economy over the past 2 years, multi-national brokerage firms and trusted financial institutions bore the brunt of accusations . . .


Baseball, Rawlings bring new meaning to free trade: postscript
Diane M. Grassi
February 18, 2010

In 2006, this reporter shed light on the seemingly unfair labor practices taking place in the Central American country of Costa Rica, in a factory operated by . . .


New healthcare infrastructure would subjugate Americans
Diane M. Grassi
August 30, 2009

"This is just one sliver of it, one aspect of it," President Barack Obama quipped, upon word on August 16, 2009, that his administration is supposedly . . .


The Fourth Estate is dying
Diane M. Grassi
June 19, 2009

It was on June 21, 1788, that the United States Constitution was officially adopted with its ratification. And it was at that time that its ratification was . . .


Military ballots remain problem for 2008 congressional seats
Diane M. Grassi
December 1, 2008

"At a time when these young people are defending our country and its free institutions, the least we at home can do is to make sure that they are able to enjoy . . .


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