Recommended resource: Interviews from Phillip E. Johnson taken in his prime, c. 1991. After his book Darwin on Trial effectively launched the ID Movement to prominence, Berkeley law professor Dr. Johnson took questions about his ideas on neo-Darwinism, intelligent design and creationism. He separates fact from fiction and issue from propaganda in these incisive answers to issues raised by his book. Uploaded as an 8-part playlist on YouTube by Steven Meyer, each 1-4 minute episode is a model of how to focus on the heart of the issue at hand in a winsome way.Johnson’s famous debate with atheist William Provine (1994), who died in September 2015, is also available on YouTube. Shortly afterward, Johnson, now with aging voice but no loss of mental acuity, remembered his worthy interlocutor in a podcast for ID the Future and a written remembrance on Evolution News & Views.Recommending this link does not imply endorsement on all points, just that it is worthy of consideration.(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
PSG chief Henrique casts suspicion on Barcelona over Rabiot behaviourby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the lovePSG chief Antero Henrique has hit out at Barcelona over their attempts to sign Adrien Rabiot.Rabiot has been banished to the stands for refusing to consider new contract talks at PSG, where his current deal expires in June.Henrique suspects the influence of Barca and snapped: “Mrs. Rabiot said that we had received an offer this summer. That’s right, a bid on August 29, twenty hours before the end of the transfer window. “It is then simple: Barcelona first had to reach an agreement with Rabiot before we were being talked to. And you also need to know that the Barcelona offer was ridiculous.”We, the club, were surprised by the low bid. It was disrespectful for someone with the status of Rabiot. I continue to emphasise: it is not possible to reach agreement within 24 hours on a player like Rabiot. It seems clear to me that Barcelona already had an agreement with Adrien. “I’m sure he has an agreement with another club anyway. Whether he can leave in the winter? He told me he does not want to stay.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
Nuno disappointed with Wolves wastefulness for Braga defeatby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveNuno was disappointed in Wolves’ wastefulness in the 1-0 loss to Braga on Thursday night.Patrick Cutrone, Ruben Neves and Willy Boly all had chances to opening the scoring for the hosts, but it was ultimately Ricardo Horta’s 72nd-minute strike that sealed a win for the Portuguese club.”We are all disappointed. It was a tough game, but I think we did enough,” Nuno said.”We did not perform perfectly, but we created many chances.”Braga had one chance, were very organised, and they scored.”That is the story of the game.”The boys worked hard, but that is football.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
LOS ANGELES, CA – DECEMBER 03: head coach John Calipari of the Kentucky Wildcats reacts to a foul against his team during the first half against the UCLA Bruins at Pauley Pavilion on December 3, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Kentucky pulled out a big win at LSU tonight to push its record to 24-0, but if you believe John Calipari, there were times tonight when he would have welcomed 23-1. Karl-Anthony Towns’ was called for a technical for hanging on the rim midway through the second half, which led to this amazing post-game moment on ESPN. As much fun as that videobomb is, Calipari was livid about the foul, at that point in the game. In the interview he said that he told the team that he hoped they would lose after the foul, and reiterated that point to open his post-game press conference. Calipari goes on to praise his talented freshman as a player and a person, but clearly this mistake, which could have proven incredibly costly in what wound up being a two point game, really bothered him.Kentucky hosts South Carolina this Saturday at 2 p.m.
TORONTO – A lawsuit launched by a controversial Toronto mayoral candidate against Bell Media after the broadcaster refused to air her campaign advertisement on a local television station has been dismissed by an Ontario Superior Court justice.In his written decision, Justice Peter Cavanagh said Faith Goldy’s complaint should be addressed to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and not the court.Goldy, a former journalist who is now a fringe candidate in Toronto’s municipal election, wanted the court to order the broadcaster to run the ad until the Oct. 22 vote.She alleged that Bell Media broke national broadcasting rules and breached her right to free expression in refusing to air her campaign advertisement.Cavanagh said that while the court has jurisdiction when it comes to charter rights issues, he decided not to deal separately with those matters in this case.“I decline to exercise my discretion to carve out the charter issues and have them heard separately by the Superior Court of Justice,” Cavanagh said in his decision. “The entire application should be heard by the same tribunal, the CRTC.”Goldy, whose campaign includes anti-immigrant policies, once penned an article suggesting there was “white genocide” in Canada. “Vote Faith Goldy for mayor and Toronto ceases to be a Sharia safe space,” she said in a recent tweet.Bell Media told the court that it had received over 80 written complaints and requests from a number of groups not to run Goldy’s ads. It called the move a business decision.The company said it would not be commenting further on the case.Cavanagh said the fact Goldy did not attempt to have the CRTC hear her complaint and her overall standing in the mayoral race were factors in his decision.“I also consider that Ms. Goldy is polling at approximately six per cent according to the submissions of her own counsel and that the outcome of this application will not have any realistic impact on the outcome of the race,” he said.In documents filed last week, Goldy alleged Bell Media initially agreed to air her campaign ad on its television station CP24 and accepted a deposit of more than $13,000.She alleged the broadcaster later refunded her money and refused to run the clip, without providing an explanation for its decision.Her lawyer, Clayton Ruby, said last week there is nothing in the ad itself that the broadcaster could object to, calling it “utterly innocuous.”Ruby did not immediately respond to request for comment on Tuesday.Goldy also stirred controversy last month after posing for a photograph with Premier Doug Ford, prompting him to distance himself from her several days later following questions from the opposition.
OSU junior linebacker Raekwon McMillan (5) dances towards the crowd after the Buckeye defense stops the Nebraska offense on their own two-yard line during the first half of the game on Nov. 5. The Buckeyes won 62-3. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorRaekwon McMillan came to Ohio State as one of the most highly rated recruits in the 2014 class. Like any other freshman, McMillan, a Georgia native, was getting acclimated with classes, new teammates and a new scenery. Two years later, McMillan is the face of the OSU defense, the Silver Bullets, and figures to be the next in the lineage of OSU linebackers in the NFL.The junior middle linebacker has been the soul of the defense for the Buckeyes, but also this fall, he began to exercise his political freedom. McMillan became involved in voter registration in central Ohio for the 2016 election season as a member of the Ohio State chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity.“We had a program of voter registration and really just spread the word, mostly to the African-American people throughout central Columbus,” McMillan said. “That’s what we try to focus on, but we just want to build awareness and teach what this election is about, what each candidate stands for.”Omega Psi Phi is a historically African-American Greek life organization that is governed by the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Redshirt sophomore safety Damon Webb also is a member.McMillan joined the fraternity after his sophomore year. At first, he said he never really saw himself as a fraternity member, however he began to look more into the extracurriculars, which drew him to Omega Psi Phi. McMillan said that, before the 2016 election cycle, he never really into politics, but began to pay more attention to it as the presidential campaign intensified. As an “Omega man,” McMillan felt like it was his duty to encourage others to take political action in an unprecedented election.OSU coach Urban Meyer hosted Patriot Week throughout the Memorial Day weekend this past spring, bringing in several guest lecturers to talk to the team about their responsibilities as Americans — voting being one of them. On Monday, Meyer expressed how important it is to him that his team understands the civic duties each individual has, and said he hopes each of his players votes on Tuesday. McMillan, along with redshirt junior quarterback J.T. Barrett, said they will vote on Tuesday.“It’s something that’s going to impact us not only here in Columbus but also around the country,” McMillan said. “So we want everybody to have awareness to what’s going on around us because you’re exercising your political rights.”Webb said McMillan’s activism in Omega Psi Phi has a direct correlation with the linebacker’s ability to persevere in intense situations and uplift his teammates. Webb added that the leadership traits McMillan are not confined to the gridiron.“I would definitely say he’s gotten better. He’s always been a leadership-type dude, so even outside of the football field — our fraternity brothers, he brought leadership to them,” Webb said. “It’s like a brotherhood outside of the locker room … we build a bond that is unbreakable.”
Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets has reached an agreement with the club over a new deal, according to Marca.The club’s vice-captain is closing in on signing a new contract that would see him increase his salary at the club. Busquets signed an extension recently in 2016 and didn’t demand for a new pay rise but the club hierarchy felt the midfielder has earned the right to earn more money at the Camp Nou.The new contract isn’t really an extension for the Spaniard but an improvement in terms of his wages with the length of the contract remaining the same.The 2019/2020 betting odds for La Liga Stuart Heath – August 12, 2019 Going into La Liga kick-off, we take a look at what the bookmakers think.La Liga season is less than a week away and we’re…It runs until June 2021, although Barcelona retain a club option to extend that to the summer of 2023. Busquets’ buy-out clause stands at €200million, a figure that is rather low when you consider the money spent by the Blaugrana on inferior midfielders as recently as the January transfer window.Sergi Roberto’s own contract renewal was finalised in January and this had an embedded buy-out clause of 500 million euros.Simply, the Catalan giants don’t believe Busquets will ever truly push to leave, and this aforementioned bump in pay puts the holding midfielder into the second tier of Barcelona’s squad just below Lionel Messi.
Ed Lenderman Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News July 16, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsCHULA VISTA (KUSI) – The long-awaited makeover of Chula Vista’s bayfront now includes some 25 double-trailer dump trucks going up and down the I-5 between Chula Vista and the UC-San Diego campus.It’s a welcome sight for Chula Vista and Port District Officials, as well as Chula Vista residents. The site, is where the center piece of the 500-acre bayfront makeover is being built: A 1,600 room resort hotel and adjoining convention center, 275,000 square feet.And starting early Monday morning and continuing all day long, through August 11th, this will be the scene here– truckload after truckload of dirt being hauled in from an excavation project at the UC San Diego campus.The goal is to build up the site some 6 to 8 feet– that takes some 210,000 cubic yards of earth. Hence, the convoy of big rigs up and down the five through the middle of August.Engineers are increasing the site’s elevation for two reasons– drainage would be an obvious one, but with an eye on the future– the second reason is the continued warnings about future sea-level rise.The port’s project manager, Mark McIntire, said the Port has been studying this issue for a long time and through science and theoretical projections, determined there is a lot of need to raise sites near the coastline various elevations. They’re also raising another nearby area, using 60,000 cubic yards of earth. Posted: July 16, 2018 Chula Vista Bayfront makeover construction continues Ed Lenderman, FacebookTwitter
For additional information call 907-283-8262 or 907-283-8235. All volunteers will meet at the Kenai Public Library, and maps will be provided upon arrival. The next event is scheduled for Thursday, October 4, beginning at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Spruce Street. The first event took place on August 30, and volunteers collected four trash bags with garbage along Ryan’s Creek Trail greenbelt. Each hike will be from noon to 1pm, at Ryan’s Creek Trail, and is family friendly. The city will provide bags, gloves, and water. This event is hosted by the City of Kenai Parks & Recreation: “Use your lunch break to experience Kenai’s parks, exercise, and extinguish trash” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The City of Kenai will be hosting the second in a series of ‘TRASHercize Hike’ events on Thursday, September 20.
Annette March-Grier, executive director of Roberta’s House in Baltimore.The executive director of a Baltimore-based grief and loss counseling center was selected as one of 10 finalists for CNN’s Hero of the Year, a worldwide competition honoring those who give back to their community.Annette March-Grier, executive director of Roberta’s House in Baltimore, was announced as one of CNN’s Top Ten Heroes on Oct. 2“I was really awestruck and surprised; I did not imagine that Roberta’s House would make it to the top ten,” March-Grier told the AFRO. “I was humbled in the fact that CNN actually felt as though the work that we do was significant enough that it should be recognized for such a status.”The yearly broadcast of “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute,” highlights everyday people who are changing their communities and the world. In Baltimore, March-Grier has been an advocate for addressing the damaging effects that losing a loved one can have on the lives of individuals.Roberta’s House hosts seven programs for adolescents and adults suffering with grief. The center is a safe space serving more than 500individuals each year who learn how to express themselves in healthy ways, develop positive coping skills, learn lessons behind loss and create memories of their loved ones to empower their futures.Outside of the community, the organization touches at least 1,000 more people each year through its summer camp and support training programs for churches and professionals. Launched this year, the Survivor Advocacy Program trains individuals who make visits within 24 to 48 hours after a homicide to provide grief counseling and other resources to related victims.“Being able to see people transform in just a short period of time from being depressed, hurt and angry to finding a desire to live and grow with positive memories is the greatest reward,” said March-Grier.As a finalist for the Hero of the Year honor, March-Grier will receive a $25,000 grant and free organizational training from the Annenberg Foundation, including practical guidance in fundraising, communications and management of volunteers.If she wins the CNN Hero of the Year, Roberta’s House will receive a $100,000 award—money she said will be used as seed funding for a brand new center that will be developed over the next three years. The winner is selected by an online vote.“By voting, we all can take action in making a difference,” said March-Grier. “This is an opportunity where everyone in Baltimore can play a role in supporting the work that we do—we all, as a community, have to take charge in healing our community.”Voting for CNN Hero of the Year can be accomplished at www.CNNHeroes.com and via the CNN app through Sunday, Nov. 16 at midnight Pacific. “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute” will air on Sunday, Dec. 7 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on CNN, and will be simulcast on CNN International and CNN en Español.