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  1. Former Ambassador to Ukraine Maria Yovanovitch, has absolutely no knowledge of anything remotely related to the impeachment inquiry. She was canned a full 2 months before the Trump/Zelensky call that supposedly started this whole mess. She used congressional time to complain about the administration's policy direction, much of her critique being either inaccurate or unfounded, only to transition into a complaint about how she was fired based on lies. Let's get a few things straight here. First off, ambassadors serve at the pleasure of the POTUS. Full stop. If President Trump wanted to fire her because he heard she smelled funny, he would be fully within his constitutional rights to do so. Thus her contention that Trump was "pushing" to fire her since 2017 is patently absurd. The only "pushing" President Trump would need to do to fire her is pushing the button on the phone that dials the State Dept so he could inform Pompeo that she was fired. Secondly, and this goes to my previous point, HER OPINION ON POLICY MEANS ABSOLUTELY JACK. It didn't even matter when she was an ambassador. It only mattered insofar as if she couldn't do it, she needed to resign. Just like George Kent, Bill Taylor and everyone else being pimped as an "impeachment witness" needs to resign if they can't execute the president's policy. THE PRESIDENT RUNS FOREIGN POLICY. Not ambassadors, not media pundits, not even policy wonks in fancy bowties. That hearing was a new low. This is nothing more than a forum to call Trump a big meanie for several hours while offering absolutely nothing of substantive value to the supposed inquiry being undertaken. That this woman has been trotted out as a somehow significant fact witness is embarrassing and a sign of just how badly this entire probe has failed. It would be funny were it not so outrageous.
  2. Give Tom Knotts a chance. He wins everywhere he goes
  3. I guess he’s going to fire McClendon and bring in the best offensive mind in football. In the next 2 weeks, we will be able to score 55 points and not pass for 5 yards on a 3rd and 13
  4. I’ll be honest, I’m tired of watching this offense.., if you can call it that. We’ll be shut out next week and have 60 points scored on us
  5. If democrats are going to go ahead and hop atop the dead bodies in California to push their gun control agenda, they might want to consider that Cali is one of the most gun-restrictive states in the union. And before someone launches into the "they came from other states" defense, they may want to consider a country to our south called Mexico when demanding that guns be banned nationwide. And if they want to use their "it's hard to get them across the border" defense, they may want to consider building a wall, because we're not going to have 100 million border agents holding hands to stop items coming through.
  6. That’s correct. Still wasn’t known as the most compassionate judge
  7. She was so compassionate that she hammered a tent peg through Sisera’s temple while he was asleep. judges were usually military leaders
  8. Genesis, Lamentations, and I Chronicles. many scholars believe Uz was in southern Israel and could refer to the land, Edom
  9. The article is about 1 week old, but still makes for an interesting read and discussion. Their sister school is Grey Collegiate in West Columbia. https://www.postandcourier.com/sports/oceanside-collegiate-must-forfeit-games-fined-still-eligible-for-playoffs/article_f290a688-ff49-11e9-b5b8-537a578c5037.html
  10. I don't want any retread coaches. That is my opinion on the issue. As far as who else is a good candidate, I agree with LBC that Fleck is a good option. I also like the App State coach.
  11. We never spoke with Herman before we hired Muschamp. Why start now? No more retread coaches.
  12. Arkansas was not in good shape when he got there. Brett had it in bad shape when he left. SMU is good now with the players he recruited. He also has an in with Texas. He had some great receivers at Clemson and made them look really good.
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