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Barlow close to O's hearts on celebratory night
Never was Monica Barlow's memory on better display than after the Orioles' 8-2 victory over the Blue Jays on Tuesday night, as the O's clinched the American League East with hands full of champagne and their hearts with the longtime public-relations director.

Home field throughout postseason in play for O's
The most superstitious of Orioles fans can begin planning for the postseason. Baltimore clinched the American League East with an 8-2 win over the second-place Blue Jays on Tuesday. In all likelihood, the O's will be hosting one of the AL Division Series.

Turn back the clock: O's return to perch atop AL East
"Happy Days Are Here Again" pumped through the speakers at Camden Yards as thousands of rabid fans stayed on hand to celebrate from the seats and watch Orioles players and front-office staff spill out onto the field in a haze of celebratory champagne and drenched embraces.

Shrewd moves main reason why O's won AL East
Perhaps no playoff team looks as different heading into October than it did at the start of February than the Orioles.

Orioles well-positioned to win World Series
The Orioles have clinched the American League East and now have their sights set on October. Baltimore, which put together an impressive second-half run, has had a commanding lead in the division, but that won't mean much -- besides home-field advantage -- in the playoffs.

Board approves changing Baltimore Arena's name to Royal Farms Arena
Deal would bring in $250,000 a year over five years

Deal would bring in $250,000 a year over five years.








Baltimore County man accused of plotting to kill judge faces more charges
Jeffrey Cohen of Indemnity Insurance Corp. indicted on charges of wire fraud and money laundering

The founder of a Baltimore County-based company that provided insurance to nightclubs and bars faces additional federal charges, authorities said Wednesday.








New Jersey Gov. Christie to raise money for Hogan
Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Hogan will get a helping hand today from one of his party's best-known figures.








2 arrested in Catonsville double shooting that left 1 dead
Baltimore County police have arrested two Baltimore men in connection with a double shooting in Catonsville on Monday that left one man dead and another wounded.


Special Olympics run to close northbound bore of Fort McHenry Tunnel
Annual event will take place Sunday morning

One of the two bores carrying northbound Interstate 95 traffic through the Fort McHenry Tunnel in Baltimore will be closed for several hours on Sunday morning for Special Olympics Maryland's sixth annual 5-kilometer run and walk fundraiser.








Woman injured in armed robbery at The Garden Inn
A 20-year-old woman was attacked and robbed inside her room at The Garden Inn on Route 198 Tuesday night, according to Anne Arundel County police.







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11/9/2012

Headshrinkers Badmouth Pilgrims
Filed under: — Frederick @ 11:13 pm

On the masthead page of the Nov. 2012 issue of Monitor On Psychology, there was a cartoon published.

In this illustration, one Indian says to another, “That was nice, but I don’t want to make it in a regular thing.”

Seated in the background are the Pilgrims.

It is no doubt hoped readers will conclude this was a depiction of the first Thanksgiving Day feast in the New World; but given the state of the education system, that might be too much to hope for.

Some will likely laugh, relating to how they themselves have endured numerous dinners and parties this festive time of year they didn’t mind attending but would rather not have to endure again in the future if given a choice.

However, the Monitor On Psychology is a flagship publication of the American Psychological Association.

This front organization seeks to turn either every depravity known to man into a mental illness the individual has no control over or excuse it in some fashion altogether.

Therefore, would these otherwise political correct leftists have published a cartoon where a Pilgrim forefather made a similarly snide remark about not wanting the Indians over again any time soon?

by Frederick Meekins

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Steelers-Panthers Preview (The Associated Press)
Despite the Greg Hardy situation hanging over their heads, the unbeaten Carolina Panthers have managed to keep their focus on the field. Hardy's status remains unclear heading into Sunday night's showdown with the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers, who are looking to bounce back from an ugly Week 2 defeat. After sitting out in Carolina's season-opening 20-14 road win over Tampa Bay due to a rib injury, Cam Newton went 22 of 34 for 281 yards and a touchdown in last Sunday's 24-7 victory over Detroit. The Panthers haven't opened 3-0 since winning their first five games in 2003, when they went on to make their only Super Bowl appearance.

Peterson won't rejoin Vikings until abuse case resolved (AFP)
Minneapolis (AFP) - Adrian Peterson won't rejoin the Minnesota Vikings until the child abuse charge he faces is resolved, the NFL team's owners said Wednesday, admitting their first decision to let him play was wrong.

Ravens-Browns Preview (The Associated Press)
While the Ray Rice saga is taking some time to remove itself from the Baltimore Ravens' 2014 identity, the team's running game may have already moved forward. The Ravens will try to continue a promising trend in the ground game Sunday in a visit to the Cleveland Browns, who are coming off a big home win and have also overcome a running back's absence. With Bernard Pierce and Justin Forsett manning the backfield, Baltimore (1-1) has rushed for 251 yards in two weeks. It isn't a brow-raising number and ranks sixth in the AFC, but it's a total it took John Harbaugh's team four weeks to reach in 2013.

Browns TE, LB Mingo on practice field (The Associated Press)
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron and starting linebacker Barkevious Mingo both returned to practice after missing last week with shoulder injuries.

NFL's Vikings say they erred in light Peterson punishment (Reuters)
By Eric Kelsey (Reuters) - The Minnesota Vikings "made a mistake" in not initially suspending star player Adrian Peterson until his child-abuse case is resolved, the team's owners said on Wednesday, as sporting goods maker Nike halted its contract with the All-Pro running back. The Vikings' apology is the latest mea culpa to come from the NFL as the powerful sports league grapples with a spate of domestic violence cases that have raised questions about the league's integrity and leadership of commissioner Roger Goodell. ...

After making 'mistake,' Vikings bench RB Peterson (The Associated Press)
Hours after reversing course and benching Adrian Peterson indefinitely, Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said Wednesday that the team ''made a mistake'' in bringing back its superstar following his indictment on a felony child-abuse charge in Texas. Our goal is always to make the decision we feel is right for the Minnesota Vikings ... We want to be sure we get this right.'' Wilf and his co-owner brother, Mark Wilf, announced their decision around 2 a.m. Eastern after concluding it was best for the Vikings and for Peterson, their All-Pro running back who has played his entire NFL career with Minnesota and is accused of injuring his 4-year-old son by spanking him with a wooden switch earlier this year. A day-and-a-half earlier, the Vikings said Peterson would rejoin the team after missing Sunday's loss to New England. The Vikings had at least one major sponsorship suspended.

Atlanta Falcons host rapidly sinking Buccaneers (The Associated Press)
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were supposed to be vastly improved this year. The standings show a big, fat zero in the win column.

Pelosi: NFL Rice investigation sufficient for now (The Associated Press)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says that for now the NFL's investigation into its handling of the domestic violence case involving running back Ray Rice is an appropriate response.

Week 2 Target Watch: AFC (Rotoworld)
Chet Gresham takes you through all the targets and touches for Week 2 in the AFC.

Union appeals Rice's indefinite suspension by NFL (The Associated Press)
The NFL players' union appealed Ray Rice's indefinite suspension Tuesday night, saying that he shouldn't be punished twice for punching his fiancee in a casino elevator. Rice was originally handed a two-game suspension in July under the NFL's personal conduct policy after he was charged with assault for the Feb. 15 attack. Within hours, the Ravens released Rice and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell extended the suspension to indefinite based on the ''new evidence.'' Goodell and the Ravens say they never saw the video before Sept. 8. ''This action taken by our union is to protect the due process rights of all NFL players,'' the NFL Players Association said in a statement.

Tuesday's Sports In Brief (The Associated Press)
NFL The Minnesota Vikings placed star running back Adrian Peterson on the exempt-commissioner's permission list, a move that will require him to stay away from the team while he addresses child abuse charges. The Vikings made the announcement early Wednesday morning after initially deciding that Peterson could play with the team while the legal process played out. The Vikings came under heavy criticism for their initial stance. Several sponsors responded by either suspending their deals with the Vikings or severing ties with Peterson.

Rice appeals against indefinite NFL suspension for knocking out wife (Reuters)
By Steve Ginsburg WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ray Rice appealed against his indefinite suspension by the National Football League on Tuesday for a one-punch knockout of his wife as the former Baltimore Ravens running back tries to resuscitate his once-flourishing career. Meanwhile, the NFL continues to grapple with domestic violence issues as some of its top players, including Adrian Peterson, are under scrutiny both by the league and the public. ...

NFL players union appeals Rice assault suspension (AFP)
New York (AFP) - The NFL Players Union appealed the indefinite suspension meted out to Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice after video showed him punching his fiancee.

Beer sponsor Anheuser-Busch reproaches NFL over domestic abuse (Reuters)
By Steve Ginsburg and Anjali Athavaley (Reuters) - Anheuser-Busch publicly chastised the National Football League on Tuesday for its handling of domestic violence cases, making the NFL's official beer sponsor the first major advertiser to put pressure on America's most popular sports league. In a brief but strongly worded statement, Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Budweiser and NFL official beer Bud Light, said it was "disappointed and increasingly concerned by the recent incidents that have overshadowed this NFL season. ...

Jackson rips NFL for lack of diversity in advisers (The Associated Press)
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Rev. Jesse Jackson criticized the NFL on Tuesday for not including any African-American women when it brought on three domestic violence experts as consultants.
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