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Alabama library wants to put you in jail!
Labor Day is when the race truly starts…
POLLING. BLOOD. BATH?
It is trending his way…
Could it be sexism?
Clinton repeatedly lost those mobile devices
Now Clinton can’t find those devices. Her aides said she frequently replaced her Blackberry (hence accessing her email from so many devices) and the location of the former devices would “frequently become unknown.” An aide says that he destroyed some of them with a hammer.
She can’t remember….
Also, something is wrong with her…
Meanwhile, Trump is attacking fellow Republicans…
Primary is over, Trump needs to get over it.
How will the BP settlement money be used by the Legislature?
Depends who you ask…
This is not a press conference….
Mitchell can be seen here, she is very happy to be on Clinton’s campaign team….
Next time someone tells you about how good things are at the border…
The 42-year old Sarkisian is a respected coach and offensive mind, but had been out of football since he was fired by USC last October following a series of alcohol-related incidents.
Sarkisian was reportedly drunk and used inappropriate language at a preseason booster event. According to ESPN, members of the USC football staff then suspected that Sarkisian was under the influence during a game against Arizona State in late September. Sarkisian was then fired two weeks later after, according to an ESPN source, showing up to team meetings clearly drunk.
According to the Los Angeles Times, a Sarkisian lawsuit against USC claimed that “instead of accommodating Steve Sarkisian’s disability, USC kicked him to the curb.”
In the lawsuit, Sarkisian admitted that he had developed an alcohol dependency stemming from the stress of coaching and his wife filing for divorce earlier in the year.
Saban said he and Sarkisian first discussed Sarkisian joining Alabama’s staff “quite a while ago.”
“I told him that we’d love to have him as part of the organization,” Saban said. “He’s gone through some personal things himself to get himself in a very positive position and wants to continue to do those things in the future. Professionally, he loves coaching, and so we thought it would be a good thing for our organization to have (him).”
Sarkisian was on USC’s staff with current Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin from 2001-03 and then again from 2005-06.
After serving as the Trojans’ offensive coordinator from 2007-08, Sarkisian was Washington’s coach from 2009-13 and was most recently the coach at USC.
“I’ve known him for a long time, and he’s a very, very good coach,” Saban said. “… We’re glad to have him as part of the organization, and hopefully he’ll be able to get back on his feet professionally and this will be beneficial to him.”
Do I actually HATE Tennessee? No.
12 people showed up to a soccer game and one of them refused to stand up for the pledge…
She won’t stand for the flag but will play for it?
More from Keapernick…
Dumb people do dumb things.
What could go wrong with segregated housing choices at a university?
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