By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
On her final victory lap, Pia Sundhage hopped and high-stepped her way around the field.
They got a personal shout-out from President Barack Obama, partied with a few of the NBA players and actor Tim Robbins and stayed up into the wee hours of the morning celebrating.
The U.S. women's soccer team is back in the Olympic gold medal match after a wild come-from-behind 4-3 win over Canada with a goal in the final minute of extra time.
The U.S. women's soccer team lost a valuable piece Saturday when defender Ali Krieger was diagnosed with torn knee ligaments, likely ruling her out for the London Olympics.
One by one, tired and disappointed members of the U.S. Women's World Cup team trudged off the bus and were greeted with cheers and waves from appreciative fans who didn't seem to mind a bit that they came up short of a championship.
A week ago, there were so few people following the Americans they could hold their daily media sessions around a small table in their hotel lobby.
Fill up the ice baths, get those naps in and hold off on sampling Germany's finest.
Anyone can sign autographs or pose for photos. The U.S. women found a better way to say "thank you" to the American military members who turned their World Cup match into a home game.
After meeting in the first round at the last three Women's World Cups, the United States should know everything it needs to about North Korea.
Heather O'Reilly is back where she became one of the stars of women's college soccer. She only wishes one of her former North Carolina teammates could join her.
The U.S. women say they are ready for anything in the upcoming World Cup.
"This has been our focus, our attention for the last few years now," Heather O'Reilly said Friday. "There's a little bit of uncertainty right now."
"It's a huge disappointment," midfielder Heather O'Reilly said after the game. "Obviously she's been a massive part of this team. I've really loved playing with her on the right side."