Alexi Ogando injured, but Rangers still manage to shutout Giants, 5-0 SAN FRANCISCO — The Rangers could have yet another hole to fill in their starting rotation after an injury to Alexi Ogando. “We’ve got contingencies,” manager Ron Washington said Sunday. “We’ll sit down and talk about it and decide.” 06/10/2012 - 9:16 pm | View Link
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Missouri state Rep. Rick Brattin (R) defended his bill on Thursday that would require women seeking abortions to have permission from the father, while blaming social activists for infringing upon men’s rights. “It’s not a woman’s body with an abortion. It’s a childR
Paulo Coelho Wants to Give The Interview Away Using BitTorrent By Andy on December 18, 2014 Sony may have withdrawn The Interview but not everyone is scared of releasing the movie. Author Paulo Coelho, whose book The Alchemist has sold in excess of 165 million copies, has just offered to buy the rights to the movie from Sony.
Somewhat remarkably, given that it has presided over the worst recoveryby farof the post-war era, the Obama administration tries to slice and dice employment numbers to portray itself as a champion of job creation. There are, indeed, a few more jobs today than there were six years ago. Yet for most Americans, the employment scene has gotten worse, not better.