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Hines Ward is the best statistical wide receiver in Steelers history, and Mike Wallace is the team's #1 target. But if the Steelers don't play their cards right, both WRs could be gone in 2012.
23 Feb 2012
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Who knew there were so many fun things to do when you're a zombie? For DK, Rot and Wreck (the trio of trouble-making but good-hearted undead teens with crypts full of attitude known collectively as THE ZOMBZ), everyday is Halloween and a chance for fun and adventure. Music Written and arranged by -- Joe Colangelo Lyrics by -- Joe Colangelo & Joe Peragino (Based on the ideas created by Joe Peragino's Zombz cartoon Characters) All Vocals by -- Paul kane Guitars (lead & rhythm)-- Joe Colangelo Bass Guitar -- Joe Colangelo Live electronic drum fills and drum arrangement -- Dan Brida Computerized drum loops by -- Jonathan Martin Produced and mixed by -- Jonathan Martin Animation by Drawn To Be Wild
26 Feb 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN AND ASHLEY CROCKETT ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. With Osama bin Laden dead on President Obama’s watch -- do GOP candidates stand a chance in the 2012 election? It’s a question burning in the political blogosphere. The answer depends on who you ask. An ABC News/Washington Post poll out has the president’s job approval rating at 56 percent -- up eight points since January. The “bin Laden bump” might only temporarily boost the president’s ratings -- or it could mirror former President Clinton’s after the Oklahoma City bombing. The Hill explains there was a jump in Clinton’s ratings when he badly needed one -- and the same might happen for Obama. “He will forever be known as the president who nailed Osama bin Laden, and that’s no small thing.” Republicans and Democrats alike have publicly praised the president for the successful operation -- but GOP leaders say it won’t change the conversation in 2012 -- which they say will be all about the economy. The Washington Post’s Chris Cilizza tells MSNBC - they’re probably right. CHRIS CILIZZA: “People feel relieved that Osama bin Laden is no longer with us and this helps solidify the president on national security. Remember, that's been an attack Republicans have leveled against Democrats since 2001. This will help mitigate that for the president of the United States. So help at the margins. But not a fundamental change in what we'll be talking about.” And Bloomberg’s Al Hunt agrees - the bin Laden bump will be short-lived. “Oh, I think it will last about 17 hours and 8 minutes and maybe 44 seconds. ... They're very profound differences over taxes and medicare and deficits that exist between Republicans and Democrats. The history of these things is that there is a rather short shelf life to the transcending nature of foreign policy triumphs so I don't think this will be an exception.” Republicans have long sought to cast the president -- and Democrats as a whole -- as weak on national security. Most analysts suggest that’ll be a hard line to keep pushing going forward -- but The New York Times caught up with a GOP pollster who says -- not necessarily. “This is a significant accomplishment. There is absolutely no question about it... But the dynamic in terms of, what is the Obama Doctrine, are not necessarily the same thing. Now that this particular significant achievement has occurred, what does he do with it? Now where do we go from here?” Still - Politico’s Jonathan Martin suggests at the very least -- it’ll re-focus the Republicans’ game plan -- and require the establishment to stop “flirting with the fringe.” “In the span of 100 hours, the spectacle of a national discussion over President Barack Obama’s long-form birth certificate ... gave way to a moment of utmost seriousness... The hope among establishment Republicans is that the succession of events will trigger an end to what they see as the silly season...” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
7 May 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. It’s a field better defined by who’s NOT in. When Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels announced he would not run in 2012 -- many in the chattering class declared the GOP - desperate. CBS: “Republicans are just not enthusiastic about the crop of candidates so far.” ABC: “I think it's indicative of a Republican field not quite knowing where to go with this.” Only one week earlier, some in the press had declared Daniels the GOP’s “savior.” And now -- they’re left lost. Scrambling. So says Politico’s Jonathan Martin -- who predicts... “...low-hum grumbling among Republican insiders that they’re gearing up to face President Obama with the weakest primary field in recent memory.” A quick recap of who’s who in the GOP’s bid to boot President Obama: IN the running - Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Herman Cain, and Tim Pawlenty -- who officially announced Monday morning. And OUT: Mike Pence, Haley Barbour, Mike Huckabee and real estate mogul Donald Trump. And now Daniels. CBS’ John Dickerson says Republicans aren’t happy with their options so far -- pointing to a recent Associated Press poll. “45% of republicans said they didn't like the men who were running. Well, Mitch Daniels was, a lot of Republicans thought he could improve that. He was the last hope out there of candidates who might get in the race. Now that he hasn't, it means that whoever the nominee is in the party is going to have to make a case for how they are going to get Republicans excited.” Daniels says he opted out of running at the request of his wife and four daughters. On ABC - Senior Washington editor Rick Klein says - the problem with the GOP is no one wants in -- but he also predicts -- the field isn’t set yet. “Look to the Fall for another star power. There's just too much angst out there in the Republican field for there not to be an increased interest and another run at one of these folks possibly running for president in 2012.” A columnist for conservative blog Hot Air says -- don’t believe the hype -- or -- lack thereof. Daniels was never officially in the running, so... “...which segment of the base is left looking for a home, if any? ... Call me crazy, but I really don’t think an exit by Daniels shakes up the early stages of the race all that much.” That may be so -- but it isn’t stopping plenty of pundits from speculating who will “take his place.” On Fox News, The Wall Street Journal’s Paul Gigot plays along. CHRIS WALLACE: “...does it open up the race for a late entry like Chris Christie or Paul Ryan or someone...” PAUL GIGOT: “I think this is going to open it up for Chris Christie and Paul Ryan, and Paul Ryan will think hard about this and he said he wanted to pass his budget to term the debate for the 2012 election and if nobody takes up the mantle, he's going to think, well, makes I should and the third person I would say you have to think about now is Jeb Bush...” Both Chris Christie and Paul Ryan have denied they’re running. Other Republicans said to be considering -- Minnesota Congresswoman and Tea Party favorite Michele Bachmann, former Ambassador to China John Huntsman and Texas Governor Rick Perry. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
24 May 2011
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Rookies like Ryan Tannehill and Jonathan Martin join veteran Free Agents like Chad Ochocinco and David Garrard to comprise a Miami Dolphins team with a lot of new faces heading into training camp.
17 Jul 2012
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