1. Gotta be healthy; were not healthy enough last year to even hold a decent practice. 2. SMITH: Oh, they took it. Beat the Soviets. And journalists love this story so much that here in Sochi at the press conferences for hockey there is one question after another about the 1980 match.
“As the campaign moves soon from a series of isolated contests in single states to primary days with multiple contests across a much wider terrain, Trump holds some key advantages,” Dan Balz explains in his column today. “The principal one is that the race will become ever more nationalized, favoring someone who has shown mastery for dominating media coverage at the expense of his rivals. A second is that his coalition appears similar to that of past winners of the nomination, as he is doing better than the others among Republicans who call themselves ‘somewhat conservative’ or ‘moderate,’ rather than those who say they are ‘very conservative.’ A third is that against a divided opposition, Trump can continue to win primaries and caucuses with less than half the vote.
“There’s a lot of poor souls out there that had no place to lay their head at night,” Hardberger recalled in an interview, noting that the sight of homeless people sleeping in doorways also hurt the city’s image. “They were stuck in life. That was going to continue to be their situation until they died.”.
On Monday, delegates to a meeting in Johannesburg of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) voted to approve the strictest protections available under international law moving the pangolin into a category reserved for species “threatened with extinction.”In her reporting on the animal, NPR’s Jackie Northam described it this way: “The pangolin is about the size of a raccoon and looks like an artichoke with legs. Its head and body are covered with an armor of thorny scales, giving it the appearance of a reptile. When a pangolin is scared, it curls up into a tight ball.”.
Mayors, selectmen, and other municipal officials, as a rule, are big whiners. They complain about the rising costs of healthcare for town employees, special education mandates, cuts in state aid, collective bargaining tactics, off the shelf information systems, and scores of other factors that make them the target of angry taxpayers. Often, these complaints are rooted in reality.
ROY CUNNINGHAM, Dr. Roy Cunningham is chairman of the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s science advisory panel. And New Life for the Old World : Europe: The estrangement of East and West is ending, and the peoples emerging from totalitarian bondage have a gift for the world: a commitment to human rights and a rejection of terror in any form.