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    San Francisco Gate columnist Drew Magary believes that players opting not to receive the coronavirus vaccination are “bad teammates” and “deserve to be booed.” Calling himself “a dick,” Magary expressed his anger at athletes who are resisting the vaccine by launching into a string of self-censored obscenities. Saying that vaccines give us freedom — not the U.S. Constitution, apparently — Magary...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The father of Liam Husted, 7, the boy from San Jose whose body was found by hikers on a Southern Nevada trail, spoke at his son's vigil on Thursday."Look how many people love you," Nicholas Husted said, as if he were talking to little Liam.RELATED: San Jose mother arrested after 7-year-old son found dead along Las...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The father of Liam Husted, 7, the boy from San Jose whose body was found by hikers on a Southern Nevada trail, spoke at his son's vigil on Thursday."Look how many people love you," Nicholas Husted said, as if he were talking to little Liam.RELATED: San Jose mother arrested after 7-year-old son found dead along...
    More from: Mark Cannizzaro Rory McIlroy could get very dangerous with fans back at PGA Championship The Jets challenge in drafting two Michael Carters Zach Wilson’s Jets leadership skills already shining through Giants have moved closer to being an NFC East favorite Aaron Rodgers is behaving like a ridiculous diva KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. — There’s a school of thought...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki declined to give the previous administration any credit for getting the ball rolling on vaccines during her Thursday press briefing. Psaki, asked by a reporter about a claim from former Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir that the Biden administration is following “99 percent” of the Trump administration’s vaccine playbook, said she doesn’t “think...
    Dolly Parton is pushing back on a petitioned bill to erect a monument of her in her home state of Tennessee.  State representative John Mark Windle introduced legislation last month to create and design a statue of the veteran songstress, 75, to honor her legacy and contributions, after more than 25,000 people signed a petition to replace a confederate statue...
    CBS’s Margaret Brennan confronted Senator Lindsey Graham on Face the Nation over his defense of Donald Trump ahead of his second impeachment trial. As Brennan remarked on the argument that Trump’s fomenting of insurrection was “cultivated over time,” Graham countered that “if you believe you committed a crime, he can be prosecuted like any other citizen. Impeachment is a...
    More On: architecture Rome’s Colosseum to get $12M high-tech retractable floor Trump signs executive order to beautify federal buildings Little Apple: Teen’s incredible Lego replica of Manhattan Luxury condos in Miami now offer on-site doctors for residents In his 1981 diatribe against contemporary American architecture, “From Bauhaus to Our House,” Tom Wolfe noted that seemingly every American child “goes...
    Alex Thomas November 2, 2020 0 Comments The late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was one of the last elected Republicans willing to stand up to President Donald Trump until he passed away in the summer of 2018. His widow, Cindy McCain, has taken up the political torch and endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden this cycle. Asked about...
    Cindy McCain appeared on MSNBC Sunday pushing for Joe Biden and blasting President Donald Trump over his leadership, particularly on the covid pandemic. McCain endorsed Biden a few weeks ago, and told Jonathan Capehart, “I am a Republican as you said and I’m going to remain a Republican. But this is way far more than party politics now. We...
    (CNN)On Monday night's season premiere of "The Voice," a contestant named Corey Ward was dealt a tough hand when none of the show's four coaches turned their chairs to take the singer onto the next round. Ward's backstory, which included a mention of his mother's stage 4 cancer, had been reason enough to root for him. But, ultimately, his take...
    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Sunday blasted waiters, waitresses and bus boys who he said don’t deserve an additional $600 per week for being unemployed during the coronavirus pandemic. In an interview on CBS, Cruz told host Margaret Brennan that restaurant owners are at a disadvantage because their staff doesn’t want to work while the pandemic is ongoing. “We need...
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