The slide interference rule played another role in a baseball controversy, this time not being called in a 5-4 Detroit win at Washington Tuesday night.
At Reason, Steve Chapman faults Bernie Sanders for saying: “Do you know that in 1960, Detroit, Michigan, was one of the wealthiest cities in America?
As Americans we get it when folks in other countries have riots for freedom. After all, high school history class thought us about the Boston Massacre, the British response to riotous Bostonians, unhappy with London’s unpopular rule.
The atmosphere of protest that boiled over into full-scale riots in Baltimore this week is a direct result of frustration and hopelessness in a city that has been losing jobs and economic power for decades.
Is CM Punk on his way out from WWE? A tweet from over the weekend has some wondering about his future. After a WWE live event in Detroit, Punk tweeted: “Thanks Detroit. I don’t have many of these left in me. Off to DC and coffee with Lyle Preslar.” PWInsider reported on the tweet that […]
Carlton Brundidge led all players with a career-high 22 points and Detroit kept JMU at bay in the closing minutes to down the Dukes 71-67 in JMU’s home opener on Tuesday evening at the Convocation Center. UDM evened its record to 2-2 overall while JMU fell to 2-3.