• Excitement rising in RSPL

    first_imgWith four match days to go in the regular season, barring outstanding matches for defending champions Montego Bay United, Humble Lion and two each for Portmore United and Reno FC, the excitement in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) is rising.Things are just as tight at the top of the league as they are competitive at the bottom. Five teams in the top half of the league are battling for the bonus prize of $1 million, which will go to the top team on points. They are also in contention for an automatic place in the semi-final round of the playoffs, a reward for the top two finishers in the regular season on points.At the other end of the table, four teams – Jamalco, Maverley-Hughenden, Waterhouse and Boys’ Town – are battling to not be among the relegated two. Three of the four relegation battlers will be in action today with the other, Maverley-Hughenden going up against Reno in the opening game of the Monday night double-header at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.TOUGH GAMESAll of today’s games are tough and interesting encounters, but the one which will be of most interest to neutrals and fans of attractive football is the Waterhouse vs Montego Bay United clash set for 6 p.m. at Drewsland. This is a match neither can afford to lose, but for different reasons.Defending champions Montego Bay United could have been in an ideal position to take over the leadership position in the league had they not lost their last two matches to Harbour View and Boys’ Town, respectively. Instead of being a point off the lead with a game in hand, they are seven away with a game in hand.A third successive loss could see them slip out of the top four if Portmore United get the better of Harbour View today and also come out on top in their outstanding matches.Waterhouse were of the view that they were sailing in smooth waters after getting a few wins under the guidance of Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey. Three successive losses, just goal difference of one away from relegation and they are back in choppy seas.For Waterhouse to have a chance of winning today, they will have to score, and for goals to be a reality, Rodave Murray and Kemar Beckford will have to feature. Montego Bay United, on the other hand, will look to the increasingly consistent Donovan Carey, the rejuvenated Owayne Gordon and Dino Williams.Boys’ Town have done in their last three games what they have failed to do before all season by winning three in a row. If they can better that by winning their fourth successive match, then it would be very difficult to see them going down to the lower league this season.Tivoli Gardens are in second place, but have not been the most consistent of late, suffering two losses and playing to a draw with Maverley-Hughenden in their last five games. Boys’ Town will be hoping that today is one of their off days and that the competition’s leading scorer, Jermaine Johnson, doesn’t pack his shooting boots.Today’s gameso 3:30 p.m.: Portmore United vs Harbour View – Prison Ovalo 3:30 p.m.: Jamalco vs Arnett Gardens – Wembley Centre of Excellenceo 6 p.m.: Waterhouse vs Montego Bay United – Drewsland Stadiumo 3:30 p.m.: Tivoli Gardens vs Boys’ Town – Edward Seaga ComplexTomorrow’s gameso 5:30 p.m.: Maverley-Hughenden vs Reno – Anthony Spaulding Complexo 8 p.m.: UWI FC vs Humble Lion – Anthony Spaulding Complexlast_img read more

  • Market Force is one to watch says Azan

    first_imgTop trainer Richard Azan has high hopes for his entry MARKET FORCE in today’s 43rd running of the 2000 Guineas, grade one stakes, for native bred three year old at Caymanas Park. Azan said the colt’s Monday Morning Trophy win on March 29 was a good indication that he has made improvement despite being on a four-month lay off, and he is hoping the lightly raced colt can make that next step up today. “He’s a top contender and one to watch. He ran a nice race the other day (Monday Morning trophy) which he won, and since that race he has been working pretty good,” he stated. “It’s the first time he will be running against these (quality) horses, so it’s going to be stiff competition but I am hoping he can step up to the plate,” Azan added. Azan also believes his filly, MONEY MAGNET stands a good chance in the 1000 Guineas. “I am hoping she can win of course, but let’s see what happens. She showed in her last race (beaten a head by She’s A Maneater) that she is a good quality horse, and so far she is doing okay. So she will be right up there,” he declared.last_img read more

  • Beermen escape Fuel Masters for share of third place

    first_imgPBA IMAGESANTIPOLO—San Miguel held off a tough endgame from Phoenix to escape with a 109-107 victory in the PBA Governors’ Cup Wednesday at Ynares Sports Center here.The Beermen improved to 7-3 and created a logjam at third place with TNT and NLEX while the Fuel Masters, who failed to qualify for the quarterfinals, slipped to their ninth straight loss and a 2-9 card.ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide DAY6 is for everybody Rain or Shine dumps Alaska in Hontiveros, dela Cruz farewell Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ MOST READcenter_img With the game tied at 100, Terrence Watson took charge and muscled his way inside for four straight points to give San Miguel a 104-100 lead with 1:46 left in the game.Arwind Santos then, stole the ball from Brandon Brown at the 27-second mark and this led to June Mar Fajardo’s two free throws that gave the Beermen a 106-100 bubble.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“I realized it’s really hard to win a game especially when you go up against a team that has everything to gain nothing to lose,” said Beermen head coach Leo Austria. “Phoenix’ pride is still there and they really want to win.”San Miguel enjoyed a bevy of double-double performances from three individuals with Terrence Watson leading the way with 26 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, three steals, and three blocks. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson How to help the Taal evacuees Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Reigning MVP June Mar Fajardo put up 24 points, 17 rebounds, four assists, and six blocks while point guard Alex Cabagnot had 24 points, 13 rebounds, and six assists.Brown had a game-high 30 points with 17 boards to lead the Fuel Masters.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View commentslast_img read more

  • SARA to move to the courts to recover State assets

    first_imgThe State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) is currently in the process of preparing court proceedings to file with the aim of recovering State resources which the body claimed ended up in the hands of persons through “ill-gotten means”.Speaking with reporters on Friday, Director of SARA, Professor Clive Thomas said the Agency intends to file these proceedings in the second half of the year.“The cases are in process of preparation (and) they may not all be held in the courts in Guyana… (but) the court cases will start in the third quarter of this year,”According to Professor Thomas, the overseas cases being pursued by SARA are mostly financial instruments, such as cash and bank accounts, while local casesDirector of SARA, Professor Clive Thomasare related to State lands in addition to cash. However, he noted that with the overseas cases, SARA will have to meet a certain target value before they could start initiate the recovery process.“They have to be above a certain figure for the cases to proceed overseas to make it worthwhile for the (relevant overseas) agencies to pursue the cases…The Act in Guyana says we can only proceed with recovery in cases more than $10 million Guyana dollars but that’s chicken feed overseas. So, we have to get cases that we can at least ask the courts overseas to deal with at least $10 million US dollars,” Professor Thomas said, adding that they are currently working on these cases.He further sought to explain that these proceedings will be just to recover the State assets and not to criminally indict anyone.“We don’t charge individuals but anybody who has unlawful ownership of public assets or where public assets have been transferred to them as a result of misconduct, we go after the property and that is where the (States Assets Recovery) Bill focuses our efforts,” he posited.However, Professor Thomas noted that some of the local cases that SARA is pursuing with the aim of recovering State assets, are also before the criminal court.According to the Director, SARA currently has between 50 to 60 active cases that it is investigating. However, some of these cases, he pointed out, involve multiple individuals who were part of the process.Professor Thomas went on to note that SARA based its investigations on complaints and referrals from other State agencies. “There is no single case that we’ve ever pursued that has not been referred to us either by another criminal agency – let’s say SOCU (Special Organised Crime Unit), the DPP (Director of Public Prosecutions), the Police or whoever it might be – or a Government department, that’s the mechanism we’ve used so far,” he noted.However, the SARA Director further noted that the agency is also open to reports from the public, but this is being done cautiously. In fact, he added that SARA’s website will soon have the procedure that would be adopted on deciding whether or not to pursue these publicly reported cases and how they will be pursued.“Because we have to also be careful that people don’t make false accusations against others or deliberately seek to create mischief. So we can’t take an allegation of theft as anything more than an allegation. So we have to some preliminary discussions and evaluations of that. But that’s the best practice internationally, and that is what we are doing,” Professor Thomas said. He further outlined that international crime of this sort against State assets is the fastest growing crime globally but is the least crime for which persons are convicted. To this end, he noted that many countries have adopted a collective approach to tackling the issue. In fact, Professor Thomas noted that some nations such as England have put laws in place where private firms can also go after stolen State resources and get a cut from the recovered assets.last_img read more

  • Fight erupts over keeping Toluca Lake a small pond

    first_imgEighty-year-old Josie Benveniste remains committed to bringing a mixed-use development – apartments stacked on shops – to the block she owns. Envisioning the development as a legacy and money-making business, Benveniste and her late husband, Chic, hoped to leave it to their children, who today mainly run the family’s Toluca Lake Florist shop at Riverside Drive and Cahuenga Boulevard. But just as the family was about to move forward with construction this year, the effort stalled as Roy Disney, president of the Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce and the nephew of the legendary Walt Disney, fought to have a 1920s house at the site declared a historic monument. The request was approved last month by the city’s Cultural Heritage Commission, although it will take about two months to work its way through the Los Angeles City Council and become official. With its historic status, developers will be unable to immediately raze the home – which could cut in half the number of apartments that could be on the site, Benveniste said. TOLUCA LAKE – With its white picket fences, delicate rose bushes and budding cherry blossoms, Toluca Lake seems more like a quiet, charming Southern town than a community divided by political strife. But residents are split over plans to build a condominium and apartment complex in this genteel community tucked between Burbank and North Hollywood. And unlike other disputes, in which residents find themselves battling deep-pockets developers, in this one the homeowners find themselves flush with cash. “Usually the criticism is money talks and that citizens don’t have the money,” said Bob Stern, president of the Center for Governmental Studies, a nonpartisan Los Angeles-based nonprofit. “In this case, it’s the other way around.” But the story remains far from over. “I don’t know how (Disney) got away with it,” said Benveniste. “It’s politics. It’s who he is.” Disney did not return phone calls. Sheryl Appleton, a director on the Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce, said growth is inevitable but should fit a community’s character. Local streets in Toluca Lake, for example, are not designed to handle extra traffic that new developments could bring, she said. “We’re concerned that we will lose the village atmosphere and it will no longer be a pedestrian-friendly community,” Appleton said. “We’re for smart growth, not crazy growth.” A few blocks away, on Talofa Avenue, sits a quaint white-and-brick house with tiny purple flowers sprouting in its windowboxes. Developers have proposed replacing the house with a 45-foot-high building with eight condominium units and underground parking. The project has sparked ire among some nearby homeowners, who have mobilized to fight the plan with protest signs on their lawns and a Web site called www.save tolucalake.com. The group says the development could draw more traffic to their street, which already is congested because of a grocery store on the corner. “There’s a family value about this neighborhood and this project is not what we signed up for when we moved here,” said resident Mike Teverbaugh. “We want to maintain the character of Toluca Lake.” Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge has proposed downzoning the parcel to two units no higher than 30 feet, saying it will be more compatible with the area’s existing single-family homes. LaBonge, who has also downzoned similar parcels in Silver Lake, said that as open land becomes more scarce in Los Angeles, it’s a balancing act to fit the remaining lots together. “Generally what we’re seeing in greater Los Angeles is an infill of lots that we never thought would be built on,” LaBonge said. “There’s a constant challenge to make sure development goes in the appropriate space.” Michael Walker, project manager for developer Bella Lily LLC and also a Toluca Lake resident, said the downzoning proposal is unfair. Walker said the developer has already spent about $1.8 million on the project. He said he understands residents’ concerns but said living in a metropolitan area means accepting growth – including traffic. “It’s a major city and people who live in a major city cannot expect to live in a farmlike existence,” Walker said. Daniel Blake, director of the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center at California State University Northridge, said one solution could be to confine development along public transit routes and leave neighborhoods of single-family homes alone. “I don’t think people in the single-family neighborhoods want to stop the urbanization in the Valley. They just don’t want it in their neighborhood,” Blake said. “You want to be assured that when you buy into the neighborhood that it will stay that way.” While it’s unclear how the Toluca Lake battle will end, community uprisings have a history of packing a powerful political punch. The Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association fought for the Valley’s secession movement in 2002 and played an influential role with Proposition 13, a successful 1978 initiative to cap property tax rates in the state. Meanwhile, homeowners on the wealthier side of Canoga Park aligned in the 1980s and lobbied city officials to rename their section of town Mission Hills. Tom Hogen-Esch, political science professor at California State University, Northridge, said Toluca Lake residents’ efforts mirror the city’s growth and political history. “As the Valley has transformed into an increasingly urban area … you’re going to see more and more of these localized battles,” said Hogen-Esch. “There’s a disconnect between the need for more housing and the question of where that housing will go.” Stern said nearly the only part of Los Angeles not seeing a fight over housing is downtown, where city officials are clamoring for residents to move into roomy lofts inside refurbished banks and office buildings. But it’s different in an area like Toluca Lake, which still conjures images of its former legendary residents Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire and Doris Day and adds a certain elegance to otherwise ordinary addresses. Even around town, locals bicker about where Toluca Lake starts and ends – boundaries that LaBonge’s office said have never been officially defined. Many in town agree, however, that Toluca Lake starts at Riverside Drive and Clybourn Avenue, home to Paty’s Restaurant, a busy diner that has served pancakes and scrambled eggs to the area since 1949. Manager Bob Greene has watched the area around the restaurant grow as fast-food joints and a night club elbowed their way into town. “I think Toluca Lake will always have that small-town feeling, even though it’s in L.A.,” said Greene. Art Anderson, 75, moved to Toluca Lake in 1964 and has seen the area evolve from a series of vacant lots, mom-and-pop gas stations and a drugstore into the bustling area it is today. “Somebody who lived here 40 years ago wouldn’t recognize the place,” said Anderson as he scanned a strip mall on Riverside Drive. “But that’s progress – good or bad.” sue.doyle@dailynews.com (818)713-3746 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

  • B.C. Hydro releases draft power plan

    first_imgThe plan’s recommendations ensure that Hydro will be able to support the unprecedented economic potential here in the north, including the development of the liquefied natural gas industry. In addition, the plan strives to prioritize conservation so that customers have the ability to reduce their electricity bills through a range of programs and incentives which help them use less electricity. Additional consultations, scheduled to take place from September 3 to October 18, will provide the opportunity for feedback on recent changes made during the Resource Plan draft period. Following these consultations, Hydro will have until November 15 to re-submit the plan for government consideration. To read BC Hydro’s draft IRP or to participate in the consultation, click here.- Advertisement –last_img read more

  • Hazard inspires Chelsea in Hawthorns stroll

    first_img0Shares0000Chelsea’s Eden Hazard scores his team’s fourth goal during their match against West Bromwich Albion in West Bromwich, central England, on November 18, 2017 © AFP / Roland HarrisonWEST BROMWICH, United Kingdom, Nov 18 – Chelsea cruised to a 4-0 victory at West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League on Saturday with two-goal Eden Hazard leading the way.The Belgian played a key role in Alvaro Morata’s 17th-minute opener before scoring the champions’ second and fourth goals as they won without needing to reach top gear at The Hawthorns. Marcos Alonso also found the net for Antonio Conte’s side, who left West Brom head coach Tony Pulis fighting to save his job after a display of lethargic defending.Chelsea’s fourth successive league win arrived despite reported unrest involving defender David Luiz, who was back in the squad as an unused substitute after being omitted for the 1-0 victory over Manchester United.The visitors provisionally moved into second place above United, and remained nine points adrift of leaders Manchester City.For Pulis, a run of just two wins in 21 league games leaves him fighting to save his job, with fans calling for his head.West Brom started brightly and troubled Chelsea with three early crosses from right wing-back Matt Phillips.The first two were scrambled away by the visitors, but the third found the head of striker Salomon Rondon.He headed home with the aid of a fumble from goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, whose blushes were spared by an offside flag.A weaving, counter-attacking run from Jay Rodriguez offered further encouragement for West Brom, but after he angled a pass towards Rondon, Cesar Azpilicueta read the danger well and snuffed it out.Chelsea first showed in the 14th minute when Tiemoue Bakayoko collected the ball on the edge of the area, turned away from Gareth McAuley and dispatched a shot that was deflected behind.Just three minutes later the Blues were ahead, although the home fans were unhappy with the nature of the goal.With the hosts considering putting the ball out of play after Hazard went down nursing an injury, the Belgium winger rejoined the play and fashioned a shooting chance.He drew a save from goalkeeper Ben Foster, but Morata reacted quickest to turn home the rebound.– Capitulation –Alonso then dragged an effort wide of the target as Chelsea sniffed blood.The second goal arrived on 23 minutes thanks to a sublime touch by Morata and some awful Albion defending.They were caught square as the striker flicked a Cesc Fabregas pass into the path of Hazard, who rounded Foster to score.After appearing shellshocked in the immediate aftermath of the goals, West Brom applied a little pressure, with Jake Livermore firing over the crossbar and Ahmed Hegazi heading just wide from a Gareth Barry corner.But it was 3-0 seven minutes before the interval, with West Brom showing signs of capitulation.Hegazi crudely dragged Morata to the ground and the hosts then left Alonso unmarked at the far post to turn in Fabregas’s free-kick.Chelsea were soon back on the attack, with Fabregas harshly booked for diving after colliding with McAuley in the West Brom penalty area.Hazard added their fourth goal on 62 minutes when West Brom switched off again at the back.The Chelsea number 10 controlled a difficult high ball before stepping away from Hegazi and McAuley and curling a shot past Foster.James McClean might have given West Brom a consolation goal in the closing stages just seconds after coming on as a substitute, but having raced clear of the Chelsea defence, he dragged his shot wide.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

  • Leicester star Jamie Vardy named FWA Footballer of the Year

    first_img1 Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has been voted the 2016 Footballer of the Year by the Football Writers’ Association.The England international topped the poll of 290 journalists with 36 per cent of the vote, a clear winner ahead of team-mates Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante.The 29-year-old striker has scored 24 goals for club and country so far this season as the Foxes close in on what would be a remarkable Barclays Premier League title triumph. They will be crowned champions should closest rivals Tottenham fail to beat Chelsea on Monday evening.Seven Leicester players received votes in the FWA poll, with captain Danny Drinkwater, goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, defenders Wes Morgan and Danny Simpson being recognised by the voters.Leicester forward Vardy will be honoured with the prestigious FWA accolade, which has been running since 1948, at a gala dinner in London on May 12.FWA chairman Andy Dunn, of the Sunday Mirror, said: ”It is testament to their all-round excellence that so many Leicester players polled votes from our members. The Jamie Vardy story, though, clearly captured the imagination of so many writers.“His record-breaking feat of scoring in 11 consecutive matches is the jewel in what will surely be Leicester’s Premier League crown.“And the Footballer of the Year award is not just a reflection of his fantastic season, but recognition of a remarkable journey from non-league to the international stage.”Other players to receive votes from FWA members were Tottenham striker Harry Kane, West Ham playmaker Dimitri Payet, Manchester City duo Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne as well as Spurs midfielder Dele Alli.Vardy said: “It’s a great honour to win such a prestigious award and to have my name added to a list of previous winners that includes some unbelievable players. Thank you to the Football Writers’ Association and to everyone that voted.“Thank you also to my team-mates, who are the reason I’ve been able to achieve anything. It’s been an amazing season for all of us at Leicester, based on teamwork not individuals, which you can see in the voting. Thanks also to the manager, all the staff and the fans for their support.“We’re all totally focused on getting over the line in the final two weeks of the season and turning a great season into one we’ll never forget. Hopefully I can contribute to that and, if selected, carry some good form into the Euros this summer.” Jamie Vardy last_img read more

  • High court call not likely to preserve county seal

    first_imgDespite a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that upheld a Ten Commandments plaque in Texas, Los Angeles County Counsel Raymond Fortner Jr. on Monday released an analysis arguing the decision would not bolster the case for returning the cross to the county seal. Fortner wrote that a court would likely find the cross on the previous seal was intended to represent religion. He noted that when the seal was approved in 1957, transcripts showed county officials wanted the cross to represent the religious life of the community. Last month, Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke asked Fortner to determine whether the high court ruling would help the county oppose an ACLU request to remove the cross from the county seal. Burke joined with Supervisors Gloria Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky last year to remove the cross from the seal in several 3-2 votes, arguing that the county could not beat the American Civil Liberties Union in court. Since the ACLU last year threatened to sue unless the county removed the cross from the seal, the county has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars replacing the seal on thousands of buildings, vehicles and signs. Attempts to gather enough signatures for a ballot measure to decide whether the cross should return to the seal have failed three times. Troy Anderson can be reached at (213) 974-8985 or by e-mail at160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 But Burke felt the Supreme Court ruling in the Texas case might give the county an argument to keep the cross on the seal. Douglas Kmiec, a national constitutional law expert and professor at Pepperdine University, said Fortner’s arguments are “obviously inclined to having this matter go away.’ “I think the legal opinion is useful for those seeking re- election who want to disguise their decisions as being compelled by the Constitution,’ Kmiec said. Both Molina and Yaroslavsky face re-election next year. “It’s largely a political choice because the constitution permits appropriate references to religion, when it is not for the purpose of establishing a church, or advancing religion, but merely to emphasize the importance of a cultural feature,’ Kmiec said. last_img read more

  • Donegal man begins hunger strike opposing abortion

    first_imgFormer Independent election candidate Tim Jackson has started a hunger strike outside the Dáil Eireann today in opposition of the upcoming referendum on the Eighth Amendment.Jackson has begun the campaign to raise attention to his demands that Leo Varadkar and the Oireachtas Committee on Abortion watch a video of an abortion at their meeting before discussing a referendum any further.The Donegal man wrote to Leo Varadkar and Senator Catherine Noone, chairwoman of the committee, last week requesting the group watch footage of the procedure, but did not receive a response. Jackson, who was 26 when he ran in the last General Election, said “Our leaders apparently don’t want to face the ugly truth of how the child is killed, despite pushing for a repeal of the 8th Amendment.“How many of them even care that the remains of the child are incinerated, as if they never existed? There is no outcry over a human being that’s killed or denied a grave in this instance; there’s actually political support for it.“We also have a Minister for Children who has brought her office into disrepute by calling for a repeal which would strip children in the womb of their natural right to life. Choosing which human beings can live and die is unacceptable, and they won’t get away with this.”Jackson has said he will drink water and says the hunger strike will not be to the point of death. He began this morning carrying a white flag which, he says, “‘alls for an end to the war on unwanted, unborn babies’. Donegal man begins hunger strike opposing abortion was last modified: September 20th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:abortionEighth AmendmentTim Jacksonlast_img read more