Damn, hell and x#* the Dominion scoreboard!
Comes down to two coaching decisions: the Bucs coach electing to go for it leading 14-10 just before halftime, resulting in a 7-pt TD. Packers coach going for field goal at 8-yard line but needing 8 points to tie with 2:05 remaining in game. Gone by next training camp: Equanimious St. Brown (Rodgers hit him in a bad place — the hands — on that 2-point conversion!), Kevin King, and defense coach Mike Pettine.
Category Archives: Gun control
At least six other parishioners drew their guns but none fired, seeing that the attacker had been taken down On December 29, an armed gunman entered the West Freeway Church of Christ in Texas and shot two members of the … Continue reading
Clearing off the roll-top desk here at the Policy Werkes “California may have the toughest gun control laws in the nation,” The New York Times reports. “But that did not prevent the latest mass killing — a shooting on Wednesday … Continue reading
Who knew? The usual suspects are blaming Donald Trump for the synogogue shooting in Pittsburgh over the weekend. Suddenly, a man with Jewish grandchildren is an anti-Semite. Mid-term elections are a week away. Can you tell? “Ordinarily, a politician cannot be … Continue reading
The inconvenient truth that dare not speak its name The Capital Times discovers another racial disparity and it is worse than Cops in Schools. “African-Americans increasingly targeted as gun homicides spike.” Given the headline’s passive voice, it is fair to … Continue reading
Puts crimp in Madison’s ‘Cops Out of Our Schools’ movement Police advocates last week presented each of 20 alders and Mayor Soglin with copies of Heather Mac Donald’s book, War on Cops. The gift is intended as a corrective to … Continue reading
Make no mistake about it. In Tuesday’s state supreme court race, Michael Screnock is the conservative and Rebecca Dallet is the liberal. The difference between the two is whether one interprets the law as written (Screnock) or as one would … Continue reading