By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
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IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball found it more than humbling to be honored with a group that included an 11-year-old Texas boy who started a city-wide recycling program and a Baltimore woman who founded a nonprofit program to help the homeless.
If you've followed the Capitals for very long, you're familiar with the sense of dread that can well up whenever a playoff game goes into overtime. This dread has been known by many names over the years — Pat LaFontaine, Petr Nedved, Martin St. Louis, Ray Ferraro. All of them have broken the Caps' hearts in OT (sometimes in quadruple OT), and there are plenty more where they came from.
The Mayo Clinic is taking an in-depth look at hockey concussions. Not merely the ones that ended the Hall of Fame NHL careers of players such as Pat LaFontaine and Scott Stevens, but those being suffered by children, who are just learning to play the sport.