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By J.T. Young
Health insurance subsidies will tempt low-wage workers to shun career ladder
Topic - George Preston Marshall
We can argue ad nauseam over whether nicknames such as "Braves" and "Chiefs" are slurs against Native Americans.
Yes, it was a great for Washington fans to witness the beating of Dallas twice last year, once on Thanksgiving to make the turkey taste a little better and a second time at FedEx Field to clinch the NFC East title. But then you witnessed RG3 offering Tony Romo comfort as they left the field.
In our family, pulling the Thanksgiving Day schedule together is tough.
For the second straight autumn, the World Series offers a dandy chance to boo our fool heads off until or past midnight. Call it the bitching hour.
So you think Dan Snyder is the lousiest owner in Washington Redskins history? Forget it, despite the franchise's 86-106 record over 12 seasons under his highfalutin' hand.
This date in Redskins history
Sammy Baugh, the greatest Redskins player of them all, faded into his end zone to pass in the first quarter and spotted end Wayne Millner open at the 10-yard-line. So Slingin' Sam slung, but the ball struck the goal post — then on the goal line — for an automatic safety. Cleveland Rams 2, Washington Redskins 0.
At a subsequent press luncheon, owner George Preston Marshall told coach Mike Nixon to give an alibi for the blowout.
In one memorable burst of bombast, he said, "We'll start signing Negroes when the Harlem Globetrotters start signing whites."