He headed a Harlem drug gang that may have murdered over 500 people over 5 yrs.NBC "reporter"whining about his spending 30 yrs. in prison.President Booker too.I bet 90% of those 500 were black. You think we'll hear about that? NO.
Intelligence documents that were presented to the Gang of Eight in 2016 that pertain to the FISA application used against U.S. person Carter Page; including all exculpatory intelligence documents that may not have been presented to the FISA Court. Presumably this would include the recently revealed State Dept Kavalac email; and the FBI transcripts from wiretaps of George Papadopoulos (also listed in Carter Page FISA).
Working with a timeline, but also referencing origination material in 2015/2016 – CTH hopes to show how the program operated. This explains an evolution from The IRS Files in 2010 to the FISA Files in 2016.
More importantly, research indicates the modern political exploitation of the NSA database, for weaponized intelligence surveillance of politicians, began mid 2012.
Was sad to see the article about the boros interview on Bell signing longterm with the pirates....bell is my favorite Player since Stargell,he's a switch hitter and a really great person.....BUT..... The Pirates aren't going to sign him longterm. they just ain't. I'd say trade him NOW rather than wait later. He is having a monster season with a juiced ball.I would not give him up cheap or even reasonable, but if I could get a great haul back, three top prospects, I'd do it NOW....
The pirates should also trade Vazquez, Marte Dickerson, and trevor Williams.....They are just not good enough to win this year and they need to go ahead now and get started on a rebuild.If they could somehow get Lux and Smith from the Dodgers it would really help....
The Nationals are nearing a deal with veteran reliever Brad Boxberger, according to Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post (via Twitter). It’s said to be a minor-league arrangement.
Boxberger was released recently by the Royals, who’ll remain obligated for the remainder of his $2.2MM salary. Should the righty make it up to the majors in D.C., his new organization would pay him at the league-minimum rate, providing a bit of relief to the Kansas City club.
If it feels as if the relief-needy Nats are scooping up all the veteran relievers that have been cut loose by other teams … well, that’s not far from the truth. Fernando Rodney, Jonny Venters, and Javy Guerra all opened the season with other clubs before landing with the Nationals on minors deals and then filtering up to the big leagues. (The club also nabbed outfielder Gerardo Parra under similar circumstances.) Dan Jennings and George Kontos also opened the year elsewhere before joining the D.C. org, though both are at Triple-A at present.
The article doesn't mention Aaron Barrett, on the comeback trail, presently at Harrisburg.
Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon is slated to become the best position player to hit free agency in the upcoming offseason. He might not reach the open market, though. Nationals owner Ted Lerner and Rendon’s agent, Scott Boras, are discussing an extension for the All-Star, Mark Zuckerman of MASNsports.com reports.
Boras was at Nationals Park on Saturday – an indication of how serious negotiations have become, Zuckerman observes. The two sides have talked about a new deal for Rendon on and off for a while now, though they haven’t been able to bridge the gap thus far. Jesse Dougherty of the Washington Post reported earlier this week there hadn’t been much progress between the team and player, noting Rendon’s likely seeking a pact in the range of the seven-year, $234MM extension Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado signed before the season.
I wonder what Montrealers thought of the Nationals playing today in 1969 Expos uniforms (the powder blues.) Vlad Guerrero was there. They had a ceremony. It was apparently to honor the 50th anniversary of the franchise, but some consider it dancing on the grave of Les Expos. I thought it might be worthwhile to get the views of actual Expos fans.
At least they won. As F.P. Santangelo said at the end of the ballgame, "the Expos are 1-0."
Is he "troubled" over Baltimore's murder rate-no. Or the fact that he needs to bring back some respect to the Mayor's office after the last two idiots to occupy it..no. He's "troubled" over the fact that ICE will get rid of a bunch if illegals some of whom are almost certainly criminals who contribute to Baltimore's crime rate.