Updated 7:27 pm PDT, Friday, April 26, 2019 There will be more than 200 literary exhibitors at the festival. There will be more than 200 literary exhibitors at the festival. Photo: Sunny Saperstein Photo: Sunny Saperstein Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 There will be more than 200 literary exhibitors at the festival. There will be more than 200 literary exhibitors at the festival. Photo: Sunny Saperstein Enjoy these entertaining exhibits at the festival 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Access Books Bay Area: Restocking and refurbishing libraries in low-income schools. African Library Project: Coordinator of book drives in the United States that partners with African schools and … [Read more...] about Enjoy these entertaining exhibits at the festival
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By Jared Meyer Published February 20, 2019 Opinion FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video What is the real purpose of the Green New Deal? Center for American Experiment President John Hinderaker discusses the problems with socialism and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-N.Y.) Green New Deal. The Green New Deal is more a laundry list of progressive economic policies than it is a way to fight climate change. Continue Reading Below Everything from free college and subsidized housing, to government-run health care and expanded welfare programs is promised. These promises would apparently be no-strings-attached, as they could be earned even if someone is unwilling to work. Conservative, back-of-the-envelope estimates of the cost of all these giveaways would put government spending at three-quarters (75 percent) of U.S. GDP, up from 38 percent today. MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM... SOCIALISM LEADS TO CORRUPTION: BEN STEIN … [Read more...] about Green New Deal is out of touch with Americans
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Dave Birkett Detroit Free Press Published 4:49 PM EDT Oct 19, 2018 Three straight injury-riddled seasons have taken their toll on Ziggy Ansah’s mind and body. “I wouldn’t wish (what I’ve gone through) upon nobody,” Ansah said Friday. “I’m just happy that I’ve been better over the weeks and I’m just looking forward to keep improving.” Ansah practiced on a limited basis Friday for the third straight day, though his availability for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins remains uncertain. The Detroit Lions listed Ansah as questionable on their injury report, and Ansah said it will be "coach's decision" if he plays. Asked if he feels healthy enough to get on the field, Ansah said, "I’m pretty good. Yeah." The sixth-year defensive end has played in one game this season because of a shoulder injury he suffered in the first quarter of the Lions' season-opening loss to the New York Jets. Ansah said days after … [Read more...] about Ziggy Ansah: I wouldn’t wish what I’ve gone through on anyone
Dave Birkett Detroit Free Press Published 7:11 PM EDT Oct 18, 2018 T.J. Lang visited several neurologists after suffering the sixth documented concussion of his NFL career last month trying to answer one very complicated question: Should he continue to play football. And while the Pro Bowl guard received conflicting opinions on what impact brain injuries will have on his long-term health, Lang said Thursday he’s comfortable right now returning to the field. “The biggest question I had was, do you guys feel safe?” the Detroit Lions offensive lineman said. “Do you think I’ll be safe to return once I’m fully back healthy, and I think most of them said yeah. And that gave me a lot of comfort knowing that, hey, when this thing’s all settled and gone then basically hit the reset button and continue to play.” Lang said he visited “three or four” specialists in recent weeks, including the same Brighton clinic that former … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions’ Lang after concussion: Should I still play?