N Free agent safety Eric Reid says he is not planning to protest during the national anthem this upcoming season. Reid has been among the NFL most visible protesters since former San Francisco teammate Colin Kaepernick decided not to stand for the national anthem in 2016. Reid continued the protest of racial injustice and police brutality last season as Kaepernick was unable to find a job.
I am undecided on this as of now. Here are my random thoughts. Eddie Sutton was the one who actually pulled UA BB out of the cellar and put them on the map and then decided to crawl to Kentucky. In February, Alu cryptically remarked that he wasn’t going to be “baby sitting” Kim Rothstein anymore only to reverse course yet again and insist that their partnership was hunky dory. Alu also had a link to that other huge Broward news story the federal sting that snared a county commissioner, a county School Board member, and a Miramar commissioner. It just so happened that an informant in that case was also named Alu Joe’s ex wife, Sheila, a Sunrise commissioner.
He ran track for the University of Oregon and began his amazing and sadly short running career. As he was known as ran long and medium distance events in track and set more than a dozen American distance records. Sadly Prefontaine died shortly after one of his races in a car accident at the age 24..
Now we are full of folks who believe everyone can be rehabilitated, which is such a load of krape. You are one of those people aren’t you Martina? Posted by Wayne R. Douglas. In addition to Merkley, the letter was signed by Senators Tom Udall (D NM), Sheldon Whitehouse (D RI), Michael Bennet (D CO), Dianne Feinstein (D CA), Chris Van Hollen (D MD), Ron Wyden (D OR), Brian Schatz (D HI), Edward J. Markey (D MA), Richard Blumenthal (D CT), Debbie Stabenow (D MI), Maggie Hassan (D NH), Ben Cardin (D MD), Mazie Hirono (D HI), Kirsten Gillibrand (D NY), Cory Booker (D NJ), Gary Peters (D MI), Al Franken (D MN), Chris Coons (D DE), Kamala Harris (D CA), Bob Casey (D PA), Sherrod Brown (D OH), Tammy Baldwin (D WI), Patty Murray (D WA), Maria Cantwell (D WA), Jeanne Shaheen (D NH), Jack Reed (D RI), Bill Nelson (D FL), Catherine Cortez Masto (D NV), Angus King (I ME), Tom Carper (D DE), Bernie Sanders (I VT), Bob Menendez (D NJ), Amy Klobuchar (D MN), Elizabeth Warren (D MA) and Jon Tester (D MT). While the 2% total reduction in the Senate bill may seem small, it masks deep cuts into programs ensuring public health and enforcement, showing that this bill is another example of Republicans repeatedly pushing funding cuts that erode the EPA core budget and capabilities.