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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Matt Angle
Ty Wigginton hit a solo home run and the Miami Marlins beat Florida International 9-5 on Thursday.
Just because Texas hasn't voted a Democrat into statewide office in 20 years — and just because Lone Star voters haven't selected anyone but the Republican candidate for the White House for 40 years — doesn't mean the donkey flag can't figuratively fly above the Capitol once again, optimistic liberals say.
The rain came to Yankee Stadium in droves. The fans? Not so much.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones left Tuesday night's game against Minnesota with an illness and was later sent to a hospital for tests.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones left Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Twins with what was called an illness and was later transported to a hospital for further tests.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones has left a game against the Minnesota Twins with an illness.
The Baltimore Orioles designated slumping outfielder Felix Pie for assignment on Tuesday, and recalled infielder Jake Fox and outfielder Matt Angle.
The new battle lines literally haven't even been drawn on the map yet, but the political jostling is well under way in states that will gain and lose U.S. House seats in 2012 because of congressional redistricting.
"It's inevitable," said Matt Angle, a Democratic consultant trying to chip at the Republican presence in the state. "But only with a lot of hard work."
"All of the population growth in Texas is due to Hispanics and African-Americans," said Matt Angle, who heads up the Lone Star Project, a political action committee pushing for more minority representation in the state.