A hero Patrol Special cop has been sacked — for failing to wear the proper uniform.
After finally reaching the postseason for the first time in his final season on the Hilltop, USF senior Connor Bernatz can describe the looming NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament matchup against UCLA in just a few choice words.
“We just want another shot at ’em,” he said.
As hearings resume in the 8th District Court of Appeals today, the Sports Fans Coalition has filed a brief with the court asking that the NFL lockout be lifted.
John Bryson, the chairman, president and CEO of BrightSource Inc., is President Barack Obama’s pick to head the U.S. Department of Commerce. Despite White House efforts to portray Bryson as an innovative, creative business executive, he is actually, as The Washington Examiner’s Tim Carney made clear in Thursday’s edition, another in the long list of crony capitalists who share the belief that government should pick winners and losers in the economy.
I support Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposal to allow the Board of Supervisors to modify ordinances passed at the ballot. This is a modest proposal that will help good government. It should not be necessary to go back to voters every time a small tweak needs to be made to amend an ordinance. Often there are changing circumstances or unintended consequences that must be addressed.