Monthly Archives: May 2017

Does Alabama make it to the national championship game again? And why Oklahoma-Ohio State is the most important non-conference game in 2017.

Alabama is the elite program in college football. But that doesn’t guarantee the Crimson Tide will win the national championship each season. Or, for that matter, does it mean Nick Saban’s team will play for the title each year. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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BREAKING: CNN, to Kathy Griffin: You’re fired

The Hill reports that one day after Kathy Griffin decided it would be funny to post pictures of a beheaded President Trump, she got her comeuppance. In a tweet Wednesday afternoon, CNN’s public relations team announced that Griffin will not … Continue reading

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FLASH: Trump to pull U.S. from climate change agreement

Politico has the details. The upcoming decision is a victory for hardliners such as senior White House adviser Stephen Bannon, who argued that the deal would hobble the U.S. economy and Trump’s energy agenda, and a defeat for moderates like … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Scott Pelley out as CBS Evening News anchor

The Daily Beast has details. Scott Pelley is being pushed out as anchor of the CBS Evening News, according to a report that has been confirmed by The Daily Beast. … Pelley’s office was reportedly being cleared on Tuesday.

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An open letter to the comedienne who thought it wise to post pictures of her beheading President Trump

Dear Person Who Shall Not Be Named, Your suggestion that it’s acceptable to behead anyone is disgusting. Your suggestion that it’s acceptable to behead the President of the United States ought to make you unemployable. I’m a free speech advocate, … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal: Paris, 2024; Los Angeles, 2028 is IOC’s plan

The Wall Street Journal explores why the International Olympic Committee appears ready to award the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympics at the same time. The movement toward an agreement follows months of deliberations and negotiations after the two cities emerged … Continue reading

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French president, to Russian counterpart: Quit calling RT and Sputnik news organizations

The Hill reports that French president Emmanuel Macron addressed his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, today and told him that two prominent Russian news agencies are, in reality, government propaganda organs. Macron, standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin, said RT and … Continue reading

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