It’s not a stretch to link the declining numbers to when Cleveland stopped playing great baseball. And also to when the novelty of the Indians ballpark started to wear off. When it opened in 1994, Jacobs Field was considered one of the trendsetters in the move toward smaller, retro ballparks in urban settings..

‘I don’t actually own a suit, but they can Photoshop one on for you,’ he said. In a cafe in Havana, I saw a smartly dressed woman being asked for her ID by a policeman. When she didn’t have it she was led away.). And we’re also sure that with any number of tweaks to the math (like plugging in a third or fourth candidate), you could come up with results that are slightly to moderately different. But that’s not really the point here. The point is that the Electoral College can skew election results to a fantastic degree..

Goldstein’s plan gives him generic prescription drugs free of charge. And, it pays his membership at a local health club. If he had traditional Medicare, Goldstein says, to have coverage this complete for himself and his wife, he’d have to buy additional “Medigap” insurance.

Same thing here. If you cannot find the Israeli control in over 500,000 confidential documents on regions Israel is supposed to control the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts it does not exist any more than UFO’s exist. (In fact, Obama just agreed to give Israel $1 billion a month for the next three months in addition to everything else, which would pay for 70,000 teachers here.) Half of our foreign aid bill goes to Israel, either directly or indirectly, every single year, which Eric Cantor wants to make a direct hit out of the Treasury so he can deny foreign aid to countries he considers Israel’s enemies.

And yet, we here at The Salt approach every aspect of life through the lens of food from how it affects our health to its importance now, and long ago, in culture and our environment. And so we can sort of understand what Douglas Martin, the Times reporter who penned Brill’s obituary, might have been attempting to accomplish clumsily and ultimately, unsuccessfully by beginning his tale of an extraordinary life with a reference to a very ordinary dish. Not as the lead, but as part of a fuller exploration of who Brill was.

To thousands of people, it didn’t matter that Trump’s initial scattershot defense of his comments was wrong, that illegal immigrants aren’t more likely to commit crime than those here legally. Nor did it matter, it seems, that Trump eventually shifted his defense to imply that he’d meant that the Mexican government was sending criminals across the border. For an apparently substantial (or at least very vocal) part of the electorate, simply calling out illegal immigrants as bad in broad strokes was enough reason to rise to Trump’s defense.