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  • Miami Dolphins: Charles Harris lining up at defensive end and outside linebacker in new defense

    Charles Harris has been a disappointment since the Miami Dolphins drafted him in the first round out of Missouri in 2017

    The Palm Beach Post
  • In Defense Of No Straw At All

    While liberals and conservatives fight over the single-use plastic product, the fact is, nobody needs a straw in the first place.

    The Federalist
  • In defense of the designated hitter

    South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg has made a number of extreme proposals during his campaign for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. A ban on modern multi-purpose semi-automatic firearms, packing the Supreme Court, and eliminating the Electoral College (and giving California the ability to tilt presidential elections) are just some of the highlights.

    Washington Examiner
  • In defense of the Border Patrol

    While visiting San Antonio, Texas, a few years back, I had a couple of drinks with an off-duty Border Patrol agent in a local bar. I mentioned that as a young sailor long ago I had often crossed over the border from San Diego to Tijuana and I had witnessed

    The Washington Times
  • In defense of Bret Stephens

    Bret Stephens made a mistake. Everyone who follows stories about the media knows this, though blessed are those who don’t follow such squalid matters. A recent tweet from a relatively unknown college professor comparing him with a bedbug sent the New York Times columnist into a transport of rage. Stephens emailed the prof to reproach

    New York Post
  • In defense of the bed bug

    Bed bugs have a lousy reputation at the best of times, but these unfortunate insects have taken a particularly firm kicking recently. An announcement that their genome had been sequenced was framed not as a remarkable scientific accomplishment but as useful information to help us humans destroy our enemies. It’s not hard to see where [

    www.rawstory.com
  • White Sox defense should be rebuilt, too

    Kansas City Royals’ Jorge Soler, left, reaches first as Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu is unable to handle a throw from third baseman Yoan Moncada during the seventh inning Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) | AP Photos White Sox rank 25th defensively per FanGraphs, and are third in errors with 104 A disappointing 64-81 record notwithstanding, there is enough to be encouraged about with the White Sox rebuild, notably the offensive strides...

    Chicago Sun-Times