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The speed Freeman speaks of will be key in the T

Le 8 septembre 2017, 10:08 dans Humeurs 0

  

 

The sophomore point guard has rehabbed and is getting back into the swing of things now, as Towson prepares for the Nov.2 points and 4. 11 season opener against Georgetown."

 

 

"I was supposed to be doing 75 percent, but when I get in scrimmages, it?s hard to slow down," Freeman said. "Our league is very, very difficult every night, so you have to make sure you do the fundamental things to win. "In scrimmage time, I go full speed. While she hasn?t been on the court for almost a year, she does bring experience to the floor."

 

 

The 5-foot-9 guard was a five-time CAA rookie of the week as a freshman, averaging 11. It was the third anterior cruciate ligament injury of her career."

The Colonial Athletic Conference ? with four of the top teams returning most of their talent ? will be difficult on a Towson squad that went 9-19 a year ago."

The speed Freeman speaks of will be key in the Tigers? upcoming season, and with six newcomers on the floor, chemistry will play a role, as well. "We need her on the floor.

 

 Alis Freeman played in six games, starting five, before her injury last year, averaging 10.

 

"It?s probably one of our Wheel Hubs quickest, more athletic teams that we?ve put on the court," Towson coach Joe Matthews said.

 

"Its hard, but you got to do what you got to do," Freeman said of her comeback.5 assists per game. But Freeman sees reason to believe.

 

That was the reaction of Towson University guard Alis Freeman when she went down with a knee injury early in the regular season last year.7 points and leading the team in assists (129) and steals (89). "We have a lot of newcomers ? and we have a lot of depth now.

 

 Freeman sat out the 2003-04 season as a medical redshirt with an ACL injury. If we stay away from joint kit injuries, we?ll do pretty well.

 

"I just went up to catch a ball and landed wrong," said Freeman, who suffered the injury in a game against Drexel.

 

"If we can get her on the floor at 100-percent strength, she makes a significant impact on this team," Matthews said.

 

"She hasn?t lost a whole lot, but what she?s gained is a lot more intelligence in how the game is played," Matthews said

Rip away the veil and reveal the hidden truth

Le 14 août 2017, 03:11 dans Humeurs 0

 

The simple truth?  Obama is an elitist.   Obama is shielded by the massive apparatus of the White House and by guaranteed post-presidency fame and fortune., and co-emcee of last year’s Boston Tea Party, is the author of “The Websters’ Dictionary: How to use the Web to transform the world.  The Right keeps attacking Obama in ways that only reinforce his worst instincts.  The winning strategy?  Rip away the veil and reveal the hidden truth.  Baring his elitism may force Obama into some overdue soul-searching.

The cv axe more he’s attacked as a kind of Stalin-lite, the more justified he must feel in thinking we “don’t get it” and … the louder he snickers.Attacking Obama as a Leftist attacks him on his own turf.

Baring Obama's elitism will put him on the defensive.  Obama is proudly progressive.”

Obama presents himself as fundamentally decent, albeit infuriatingly smug and not nearly as smart as he thinks (nor as smart as what The New Yorker’s James Surowiecki calls “the wisdom of crowds”).  Naked elitism is Obama’s apocalypse.  Members of Congress are not so shielded and sooner or later will distance themselves from insultingly naked elitism.  This will trigger a series of immediate reactions.

This will call out to Obama’s own conscience. There is no way to rationalize insulting your voters.

 

Gore's guilty pleas weren't tied to the shadow

Le 11 août 2017, 03:08 dans Humeurs 0

 July to assisting in the execution of the shadow campaign, which prosecutors said spent its money on payroll and supplies, including tens of thousands of T-shirts, posters, yard signs and stickers "bearing logos, graphics and designs identical to those used by [Gray's] campaign. 1" in court papers.co

Lawyers also said that because of Harris' health and age, an unnecessary hearing at the Constitution Avenue courthouse would impose "a heavy burden" on her. Rather, he acknowledged guilt in a scheme that involved paying a minor mayoral candidate to remain in the 2010 contest to criticize Adrian Fenty, the incumbent and Gray's political rival. He has resisted the calls for his resignation that intensified last summer after Harris' plea and has not said whether he will seek a second term next year.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's resignation.S.

Thomas Gore, the campaign's assistant treasurer, is scheduled to appear before Kollar-Kotelly on March 28 for a status hearing.

He pleaded guilty in May to obstruction of justice and three local campaign finance charges. People familiar with the investigation, who requested anonymity to discuss the ongoing probe, have said Thompson bankrolled the shadow campaign effort.But Harris' lawyer and federal prosecutors jointly requested a postponement because the government said it would not be asking Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly to set a sentencing date.

Jeanne Clarke Harris, who briefly served as a communications consultant for the Gray campaign and acknowledged last summer that she helped implement a $653,800 shadow campaign to help elect him, had been scheduled to appear in U.

Gore's guilty pleas weren't tied to the shadow campaign.

Kollar-Kotelly approved the request and set a new hearing for June 25, nearly one year after Harris pleaded guilty under a deal with prosecutors that left her facing 37 months in prison. District Court on Friday for a status hearing.

Gray has not been charged and has denied wrongdoing.

A federal judge agreed Thursday to postpone a status hearing for the woman whose guilty plea last summer sparked demands for D. 1" matched those of Thompson, who has all but vanished from the District's political scene.

Thompson has not been charged with a crime, and his attorneys have declined to comment."

Harris is a longtime associate of Jeffrey Thompson, a prolific political contributor to the District who was once the city's largest contractor.

But federal authorities raided his home and offices in March 2012 -- the same night they rubber boot searched properties with ties to Harris -- and prosecutors have discussed the conduct of a "co-conspirator No.

 

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