They’re 1 5 through six games and the problem is pretty obvious. They can’t stop opponents scoring, giving up more than 29 points per game (only Tampa Bay and Chicago have worse records). Offensively, they’re just as bad, scoring less than 19 points per game (only the Rams and the 49ers score fewer points)..
On Monday evening, a small group of far right advocates demonstrated in front of the presidential palace demanding that Duda sign the law. They carried a banner that said, off your yarmulke. Sign the bill. But imports grew only by 5.3% year over year amid tepid domestic demand.First Quantum Minerals (TSX:FM) climbed 35 cents to C$17.55.The financials sector was 0.4% ahead, clawing back some of last week 1.6% decline following a mixed earnings performance from the big banks. Fehr said despite a couple of disappointments, the banks are attractive because able to offset that by some other levers that they can pull within their diversified earnings mix. Bank (TSX:RY) gained 70 cents to $69.75.
And then .Barren land turned to fields of flowers, dark clouds gave way to sunshine, hell became heaven.The Vikings beat the New Orleans Saints 29 24 with a play that is going down as one of the most improbable and memorable in NFL history. Stadium turf between them and the end zone. Nobody on God’s green turf believed the Vikings were going to win.Stefon Diggs caught a pass from Case Keenum at the Saints’ 34 yard line, put his hand down to keep from falling to the turf and ran the rest of the way for a 61 yard touchdown as time, and the Saints’ season, expired.It was like no other postseason game in Vikings history.
In other quarterback news, the New York Giants’ third round pick, Davis Webb looked a lot like, well, Davis Webb out there. Characteristically erratic, Webb was every bit like the project the Giants have been planning to put on the inactive list for the 2017 season. That’s not necessarily a bad thing; most of Webb’s supporters would conceded that he’s not the type of rookie ready to be plugged into any sort of playing time right away.
So the question arises then at what point should a journalist give equal time to equal points of view that are opposite or in denial of emergent scientific truths. If you allocated column inches in proportion to the scientific consensus of experiments, there would be one sentence talking about people who deny climate change and the rest of the ten columns talking about research that supports it. But that’s not what we see in the public..