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At Yale, if you can imagine that - an evangelist at one of today’s Ivy-League bastions of atheism and intolerant left-wing thought. Graham packed the place, and he wowed the audience. It was a different America and that was a different Yale.
*********** Raymond Berry of the Baltimore Colts played before the advent of “throw-it-every-down” football, or he might now hold all sorts of receiving records.
If the other owners could force Donald Sterling to dump the Clippers because of some racist remarks he made, how can they defend Mark Cuban, given today’s Me Too climate?They share not only in the joys, but in the defeats. So what does our response need to be concerning our wives? The company’s answer is not exactly “New Coke.” But close.How can we make their lives easier, just as we know that they make ours easier? utm_source=AFCA Weekly&utm_campaign=e1f78e7995-AFCA_Weekly_100317&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_343e846137-e1f78e7995-147880073 *********** When I first arrived at college, I became friends with a teammate on the freshman football team named Bob O’Connell. (Back then, being from Philly, I called it a “soda,” but now, after 40 years in the Northwest, I say “pop.”) I asked him what it was that he was drinking, and he said, “Iron Brew.” He offered me a taste and I turned him down, not for sanitary reasons but because I didn’t like the sound of it. Sure enough, it turned out that the New Haven drink was Scots-inspired. A “new Irn-Bru,” with less than half the sugar - four teaspoons per can.He’s had some pretty harsh things to say about the President. (HINT: when you’re a billionaire owner of a professional sports franchise, “office” refers to something a bit higher than dogcatcher.) Now, though, it appears that his aspirations for the presidency may have been sidetracked, if not derailed, by revelations in Sports Illustrated of an ugly culture of sexual harassment in the Mavericks’ organization throughout the term of his ownership.And following that, his failure to fire a guy who seemed unable to restrain himself whenever presented with an opportunity to beat up his girlfriend. Cuban had no idea this was going on right in his own house, and as soon as he found out that he had a domestic abuser in his organization, why, he fired the guy on the spot. ”The government can't keep you safe and some people want us to give up our firearms and rely solely upon the protection of the same government that's already failed numerous times to keep us safe.And then they also call Trump a tyrant but they say they want the president to also confiscate our firearms?Or is he so valuable to the left in their all-out fight against Donald Trump that they'll once again put their causes aside and protect him?(You might not be old enough to remember the way the feminists gave Bill Clinton a pass on his sexual antics because he professed to love abortion almost as much as they did.) But what if the NBA should kick him out?However, the honest truth is that it comes not only from the players and the coaches, but also from the people behind the scenes. They can juggle the house, the kids, their jobs, the long hours without their spouses, and still have enough energy to lift us up when needed.The ones who are making life easier for us, who take the brunt of the work at home, who take the brunt of the work when we are making a coaching move, and who support us through thick and thin. They have to listen to criticism, knowing it isn’t true. In a nanny-state effort to reduce obesity, they’ve imposed a tax on sugar that would make the current version of Irn-Bru - containing eight-and-a half teaspoons of sugar per can - way too costly.