Suarez gets ready for a flying elbow drop to sportsmanship
The decision of FIFA to limit Suarez’ ban to one match would be perplexing enough, if Suarez wasn’t rubbing all our noses in it:
The ‘Hand of God’ now belongs to me. Mine is the real ‘Hand Of God’.
“I made the best save of the tournament. Sometimes in training, I play as a goalkeeper so it was worth it.
“There was no alternative but for me to do that and when they missed the penalty I thought ‘it is a miracle and we are alive in the tournament’.
Suarez admits that his only alternative was to engage in what the Laws of the Game calls “unacceptable and unfair intervention”, claims that it was God’s will that he do such a thing, sets a dangerous precedent (I can’t have been the only one who thought to myself, “why didn’t the Paraguay defender jump and grab the ball?” today) brags about it and gets the minimum ban?
Councilman ignites chaos at meeting by whining about people being mean to Phoenix cops who threatened to kill black family
An incident in which Phoenix police threatened to kill a black family over an allegedly stolen doll has sparked outrage in the community.
Protesters have demanded that the officers be fired and that the $721 million budget for police should be held until that happens, the Washington Post reported.
In response, Phoenix councilman Sal DiCiccio chided protestors in a video flagged by News One.
Michael Moore warns that Trump will be hard to beat: ‘He hasn’t lost one inch of his fired-up insane base’
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore thinks that Democrats had better get ready for a very tough fight in the 2020 presidential election.
Even though polls continue to show that President Donald Trump is historically unpopular, Moore believes that the president's base is fired up to reelect him and will crawl over glass to vote for him again next year.
In particular, Moore was struck by the massive enthusiasm that greeted the president at his big kickoff rally in Orlando, Florida.
Biden says Trump strategy makes Iran conflict ‘more likely’
President Donald Trump's strategy on Iran, including abandoning a nuclear pact, is a "self-inflicted disaster" that could push the United States towards war with a major adversary, Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden warned Thursday.
Hours after Iran shot down a US spy drone, sending tensions soaring, the former vice president said Trump was failing to prevent the Islamic republic from obtaining a nuclear weapon and to secure energy supplies through the Strait of Hormuz.
"President Trump's Iran strategy is a self-inflicted disaster," Biden, who leads in polling for his party's 2020 nomination, said in a statement.