Oakland

25 Jun 19
Jets Wire

Jets fans are known as a passionate and sometimes rowdy bunch both at MetLife Stadium and on social media. However, Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business’s latest NFL Fandom Report says otherwise. According to the report, New York’s fan base ranks No. 20 in the NFL. The study is broken down into three equities — […]

25 Jun 19
Sully Baseball

The Cardinals fell out for at least a day while the Indians and Rockies have held on for dear life. It is time to update The Summer Score. For an explanation of The Summer Score, click HERE. The Astros, Twins, Yankees, Rays and Indians are from the American League today. The Cubs, Braves, Dodgers, Brewers […]

25 Jun 19

RarePosts

When President Donald Trump took charge of the economy, America’s gross domestic product was 1%. In two years and five months, the American economy is running at +3.2%. The economy that was destined to crash was brought back to life by President Trump’s super-efficient economic plan. No other President in American history was able to achieve what President Trump has achieved in just two years.

25 Jun 19
Full Press Coverage

However, when all said and done, expect Keelan Doss to not only make the roster, but to thrive.

25 Jun 19
East Bay Times
Oakland must adhere torules for sake of safety Re: “Oakland mayor ridicules Trump over ICE tweet” (Page A1, June 19): Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf vs. Trump: This situation is almost laughable. We have on one side a president that is trying to keep our country safe by enforcing our immigration laws and then we have a mayor from Oakland that is trying to make herself relevant by opposing [cq comment=”p”]President Trump at every turn. Since when is safety not a key concern for all city leaders? [cq comment=”Obviously, Oakland, where artists were allowed to live in an uninhabitable warehouse, is not concerned about safety. Mayor Schaaf stated “we believe our community is safer when families stay together.” How many families did the Ghost Ship Fire tear apart?”] [cq comment=”Keeping our country safe is analogous to keeping the Ghost Ship warehouse safe. “][related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]If we operate without rules and regulations, the worst outcome could happen. Is this what Mayor Schaaf wants for America? Every idea or action from Trump does not always require pushback. Frank LowryGilroy   Submit your letter to the editor via this formRead more Letters to the Editor
25 Jun 19
The Mercury News
Oakland must adhere to rules for sake of safety Re: “Oakland mayor ridicules Trump over ICE tweet” (Page A1, June 19): Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf vs. Trump: This situation is almost laughable. We have on one side a president that is trying to keep our country safe by enforcing our immigration laws and then we have a mayor from Oakland that is trying to make herself relevant by opposing [cq comment=”p”]President Trump at every turn. Since when is safety not a key concern for all city leaders? [cq comment=”Obviously, Oakland, where artists were allowed to live in an uninhabitable warehouse, is not concerned about safety. Mayor Schaaf stated “we believe our community is safer when families stay together.” How many families did the Ghost Ship Fire tear apart?”] [cq comment=”Keeping our country safe is analogous to keeping the Ghost Ship warehouse safe. “][related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]If we operate without rules and regulations, the worst outcome could happen. Is this what Mayor Schaaf wants for America? Every idea or action from Trump does not always require pushback. Frank Lowry Gilroy   Submit your letter to the editor via this form Read more Letters to the Editor
25 Jun 19
Cowboys Wire

The ceiling is the roof for the 2019 Dallas Cowboys. How happy is Amari Cooper to have landed in Dallas with the Cowboys? So much so, that not even his impending payday is enough to distract him from the upcoming season. He’s in a vastly different place than he was just a year ago, wondering […]

25 Jun 19
Ticket News Source

CapitalCityTickets.com carries a wide selection of Denver Broncos NFL tickets at affordable prices. Denver Broncos play their home games at Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, CO. The Broncos were the Super Bowl 50 Champions however they finished the 2018 NFL season with 6 wins and a 3rd place finish in the AFC West. […]

25 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

CLOSE Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper can do more than just run routes and catch passes. He can solve a Rubik’s Cube insanely fast. USA TODAY Amari Cooper doesn’t insist he’s a top-five wide receiver. For now. The Cowboys star doesn’t covet the label this offseason, he told USA TODAY Sports on Tuesday. “It’s […]

25 Jun 19
My World

When sharing our one night stand stories, we tend to go for the bad, messy, or funny moments. Everyone has had their share of awkward and uncomfortable hook-ups, and it can be nice to bond over those weird nights. But sometimes we get so focused on when things go wrong, we forget to remember the encounters that […]

25 Jun 19
Last Rites

If you told me that a hole was recently torn in the space-time continuum and this newest Potential Threat SF album was warped to the present from 1990 by extraterrestrial starships, of course, I would think you were batshit loony and should probably stop watching SyFy. (Not that there’s anything wrong with watching SyFy, so […]

25 Jun 19
One Good Globe

It has officially been one week since landing in Abu Dhabi and starting this new journey of exploration. Since getting here, every day has been hotter than the day before. This is a trend that is expected to continue though the summer, and as of yesterday we finally hit 101. With this extreme heat, efficiency […]

25 Jun 19
News Directory

Avril Lavigne has announced her first North American tour in the last five years. The Canadian pop star will go on a run for 15 days to support his LP 'Head Above Water & # 39; latest – with the title title under his battle with Lyme Disease – starting in Seattle on September 14 […]

25 Jun 19
News Directory

Avril Lavigne has announced her first North American tour in the last five years. The Canadian pop star will go on a run for 15 days to support his LP 'Head Above Water & # 39; latest – with the title title under his battle with Lyme Disease – starting in Seattle on September 14 […]