Meanwhile the adults know this: good men in good marriages wouldn even THINK about not being seen in public with women. Accusations of infidelity against Obama or either President Bush never gained any traction because they were faithful men. And there no more critical fishbowl than the US presidency.
Of course, it is not a one way argument. Nimble, challenger banks succumbing to new ownership maintain that they can achieve volume and market share gains to take on the big boys faster and more smoothly through access to a bigger owner’s deeper pockets. But it does swap small and beautiful for the matrix corporate structure again..
As expected, the Germany Mexico match was a blockbuster for Spanish language broadcaster Telemundo, which delivered a staggering 7.12 million viewers with its coverage of El Tri’s huge victory. That audience swelled to an even more impressive 7.4 million viewers upon application of the various digital streams served up by the Telemundo and NBC Sports online properties. Spanish language TV..
“He may very well end up going earlier than that in the draft,” , who is projected to be taken as high as No. 2 by some insiders despite missing all but two games of his freshman season at Missouri due to a back injury. “But the questions that exist about him right now, that have to be answered from the medical and the physical [standpoint] from the back surgery, to how he interacts with teammates.
But what he’ll best be remembered for this year isn’t so much his scoops or his in depth reports but the questions. When Ponzi wife Kim Rothstein gave a planned speech after her husband, Scott, pleaded guilty to overseeing a $1.2 billion scam, DeFede asked her, “When did Scott tell you he was a crook?” He followed that with, “The money he stole did you have fun with it?” Some might find them mean spirited, others might question whether they were fair or professional, but they were exactly the questions a lot of people following the Rothstein affair wanted to ask. And they were pure DeFede in all his rabble rousing and populist leaning glory.
When University of Maryland law professor Larry Gibson was asked to become involved with the Liberian presidential campaign of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, he initially declined. But she ultimately won him over, and his efforts helped her become Africa’s first elected female head of state in 2005. Gibson was therefore elated when he heard that Sirleaf had become one of three recipients for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, along with fellow Liberian activist Leymah Gbowee and Yemeni activist Tawakkul Karman..