"The turnover in the electorate seems to be good for a point or two every year, but they need, what, 13 or 14 points now?" said Ryan Thibodaux, whose online ballot tracker provides a running poll in the weeks leading up to the vote announcement. "They need to change a whole bunch of minds. It's basically if a bunch of people have decided that they're waiting until year 10 to make that switch, that's pretty much their hope." … [Read more...] about Could more Hall of Fame shutouts be on the horizon?
Goodlatte town hall meeting
“We talk a lot about the light at the end of the tunnel, and primary in that analogy is the opportunity that the vaccine presents,” Tayer said. “But the opportunity that the university, through its thoughtful safety measures, creates by bringing back the students is another form of light at the end of that tunnel for our business. We can start to envision getting back to the kind of vibrancy and economic benefits of having students and faculty in campus and patronizing our businesses.” … [Read more...] about For a college town like Boulder, the return of students could be the key to economic recovery
It is the position of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America that Mr. Schilling’s request to remove himself from the ballot is a violation of the rules set forth by the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s board of directors, who have commissioned the BBWAA to conduct the annual elections, specifically the following: … [Read more...] about Baseball Writers Don’t Want to Remove Curt Schilling’s Name from HOF Ballot
"The legislative filibuster defines the Senate as the world’s greatest deliberative body. It would be tragic if it were removed. And I believe the Democrats would rue the day eventually should they pursue that route," Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said in a statement to Fox News. "This issue is one that frankly the Democrats should back off on and recognize that it is a hallowed tradition of the Senate." … [Read more...] about McConnell says ‘basic arithmetic’ shows Dems can’t kill filibuster. How that hampers these progressive desires
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