Tag Archives: victory

Doing the Dirty Work

Don McCullough writes in Waking from the American Dream: “During World War II, England needed to increase its production of coal. Winston Churchill called together labor leaders to enlist their support. At the end of his presentation he asked them … Continue reading

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Off to a Bad Start

Ernie Els got off to a terrible start on the very first hole on the opening day of The Masters yesterday. Just two feet away from making par, things went downhill quickly for Els. He missed the putt. Then he … Continue reading

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Touch ‘Em All!

In a recent Class A minor league baseball game, the Delmarva Shorebirds trailed the Augusta Greenjackets 4-3 in the top of the ninth inning. Then, Shorebirds outfielder Elier Leyva hit a 2-run homer that put his team up by one. … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Victory

There have been a lot of upsets in college basketball this season, and with those jubilant victories come the court-storming celebrations, as the fans of the home team stream onto the court to rejoice in the victory. Some coaches are … Continue reading

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Winning

Exodus 17 gives an interesting account of how the Israelites engaged their opposition in combat. While Joshua led the troops, Moses, Aaron and Hur watched from the top of a hill. Whenever Moses raised his hands, Israel was winning. However, … Continue reading

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Messed Up Brackets

Kyle O’Quinn had 26 points and 14 rebounds Friday to lead his Norfolk State team to an unlikely victory over the second-seeded Missouri Tigers in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. After the game, O’Quinn exclaimed, “We messed up some brackets! … Continue reading

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Remarkable Comeback

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel recently made a remarkable comeback. Just 11 days after an emergency appendectomy, Cassel returned to the lineup and threw a touchdown pass as he lead the Chiefs to a 27-13 road victory over the … Continue reading

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The Winner’s Circle

Zenyatta Today Zenyatta will try to earn recognition as one of the greatest racehorses of all time. The big mare is going for her second straight win in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. If she wins, she will most certainly be … Continue reading

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