Jersey Shirt – Official Penguins Site http://officialpenguinssite.com/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 16:59:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://officialpenguinssite.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1.png Jersey Shirt – Official Penguins Site http://officialpenguinssite.com/ 32 32 Melissa Gorga Attends Gino’s Graduation in Envy Jumpsuit https://officialpenguinssite.com/melissa-gorga-attends-ginos-graduation-in-envy-jumpsuit/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 16:59:03 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/melissa-gorga-attends-ginos-graduation-in-envy-jumpsuit/ Congratulations Insider Exclusive! Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes and more! Register for free to see Original digital Step Inside Melissa Gorga’s Colorful Closet She “Technically” Shares With Joe Congratulations Insider Exclusive! Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes and more! Register for free […]]]>

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Melissa Gorga has stylish outfits for every occasion. The Real Housewives of New Jersey the actor proved that to be true on the red carpet in a bright yellow sequin dress, on a trip to New York in a black two-piece set with abs, and at a baby shower in a dress seductive ruffled. Most recently, the boutique owner Envy showed off her sophisticated style while celebrating her son Gino’s high school graduation.

On June 23, Melissa took to Instagram to share a sneak peek of her outfit for the special day. The fashionista donned a low-cut black jumpsuit ($105) from her brand. The ribbed halter neck one-piece features a flared bottom and a figure-hugging silhouette. Melissa teamed the chic number with a white blazer, gold bracelets, large earrings and a black handbag. She wore her hair in a slicked back ponytail with curls.

For his big day, Gino rocked a sleek white tuxedo jacket, crisp white button down shirt and black slacks. He finished his look with a black bow tie and shiny black dress shoes.

“GINO goes to high school,” Melissa captioned her adorable snaps. “Congratulations to my shy boy. I know you will do amazing things! You impress me [every day].”

by Melissa RHONJ teammates took to the comments to show their support. “Congratulations Gino [you’re] an incredible young man,” wrote Dolores Catania. Margaret Josephs added: “Congratulations to Gino and all the [Gorgas]!!!”

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Police are asking for the public’s help in locating the missing Mercer Co. brothers https://officialpenguinssite.com/police-are-asking-for-the-publics-help-in-locating-the-missing-mercer-co-brothers/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 15:25:05 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/police-are-asking-for-the-publics-help-in-locating-the-missing-mercer-co-brothers/ MERCER COUNTY, NJ – Hamilton police are asking for the public’s help in locating two brothers who have been missing since Monday. Brothers Lamar Phillips, 15, and Mathew Phillips, 13, were reported missing by their guardian on Tuesday after they failed to return home after playing basketball, police said. A cousin reported seeing the brothers […]]]>

MERCER COUNTY, NJ – Hamilton police are asking for the public’s help in locating two brothers who have been missing since Monday.

Brothers Lamar Phillips, 15, and Mathew Phillips, 13, were reported missing by their guardian on Tuesday after they failed to return home after playing basketball, police said.

A cousin reported seeing the brothers at Roebling Park on Monday, but their current whereabouts remain unknown, police said.

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Lamar had already run away from home, but not Mathew, the guard told police.

Police describe Lamar as a medium-skinned black man who wears glasses. He was last seen wearing a red long-sleeved shirt and black pants. Mathew is also described as a medium-skinned black man, last seen wearing a long-sleeved black shirt with white writing on the front and black pants.

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Anyone with information about the brothers is asked to contact Det. Matthew Donovan of the Hamilton Police Criminal Investigation Section Juvenile Unit at (609) 689-5824 or email: mdonovan@hamiltonpd.org.

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Black Americans Living Abroad Reflect on Juneteenth https://officialpenguinssite.com/black-americans-living-abroad-reflect-on-juneteenth/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 12:08:25 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/black-americans-living-abroad-reflect-on-juneteenth/ BANGKOK (AP) — As the United States marks only the second federally recognized Juneteenth, black Americans living abroad have embraced the holiday as a day of reflection and an opportunity to educate people of their host country on black history. President Joe Biden moved quickly last year to recognize the day at the federal level […]]]>

BANGKOK (AP) — As the United States marks only the second federally recognized Juneteenth, black Americans living abroad have embraced the holiday as a day of reflection and an opportunity to educate people of their host country on black history.

President Joe Biden moved quickly last year to recognize the day at the federal level Black Americans have been celebrating since the last slaves were told they were free in Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865, two years after President Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Emancipation Proclamation.

In Liberia, Saqar Ahhah Ahershu, 45, of Jersey City, NJ, is hosting the country’s first Journey Home Festival.

“Because it’s part of this hidden history of African Americans that hasn’t been fully exposed yet,” he said in Monrovia.

Liberia, Africa’s oldest independent republic, was founded by freed slaves repatriated from the United States to West Africa in 1822, exactly 200 years ago this year. This weekend’s event will include a trip to Providence Island, where former slaves settled before settling in what is now mainland Monrovia.

While there are no official statistics on black Americans moving overseas, many are discussing it more openly after the police killing of George Floyd. In the aftermath, many African Americans saw the United States “from the outside in” and decided not to return.

Tashina Ferguson, a 26-year-old debate coach, was living in New York at the time of Eric Garner’s death.

She moved to South Korea in 2019 and will celebrate June 19 Sunday with a group of drag performers at a fundraising brunch for the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.

She has mixed feelings about the new federal holiday.

“The commerciality of June 19 became this sort of thing, “Put it on a T-shirt, put it on tubs of ice cream,” she said. “But as a black person in the black community, I’m like, ‘Yeah, let’s celebrate. “”

She said only a powerful change would make her consider returning to the United States

Chrishan Wright, in New Jersey, speaks regularly with black Americans who are considering or have already moved abroad.

Wright, 47, hosts a ‘Blaxit Global’ podcast and said many of his guests are tired of the United States

“They’ve done everything to achieve what’s supposed to be the American dream, and that benchmark keeps shifting. They don’t feel like they’re on solid ground to be able to retire comfortably, pay off student debt, or just cover their bills.

Wright plans to move in 2023 to Portugal. Thanks to her podcast, she already knows about the June 19 celebrations this weekend in Lisbon, the capital.

In some places with larger Black American populations, Juneteenth is already part of the program.

LaTonya Whitaker, from Mississippi, has lived in Japan for 17 years. She is executive director of the Legacy Foundation Japan, which held a rally of about 300 people at the Tokyo American Club on Saturday.

She and her husband David had no intention of living in Japan.

Like Whitaker, many black Americans at the Juneteenth event came to Japan almost by coincidence, as Christian missionaries or Peace Corps volunteers. But they have taken up residence in Japan.

She now wants to raise their son there because she worries about gun violence in the US

“I realized we really needed a community,” Whitaker said.

Michael Williams teaches African-American history at Temple University in Tokyo and left the United States at the age of 22. He is now 66 and has lived abroad for much of his adult life, but returned to the United States for higher education in Boston and Baltimore.

America has changed so much, he feels like a tourist when he visits, he laughs.

Williams said he knew about Juneteenth from teaching history.

“I always ended my presentations hoping that one day it would be a national holiday. And now it is, and it feels good,” he said.

In Taipei, Toi Windham and Casey Abbott Payne are hosting several events to celebrate Juneteenth. The two, which are part of Black Lives Matter Taiwan, organize performances by black artists and musicians.

Both celebrated with their families long before it was a federal holiday.

Windham has lived in Taiwan for five years and always celebrated June 19 growing up in Texas. For her, it’s an opportunity to educate people about another part of American culture, even the darker parts.

“A lot of people tend to appreciate hip-hop culture and dress and parts of our culture, but I think it’s important to recognize all parts of black culture,” she said.

Payne, an organizer, has lived in Taiwan for 11 years and said he also celebrated June 19 growing up in Milwaukee, which holds one of the oldest celebrations in the country.

“As a kid, I remember the street was lined with street vendors, and there was music playing and there was the June 19 parade,” he said.

For still others, the day is a time to relax and rest happily.

In Bangkok, a group called Ebony Expats organized a silent film screening, a bike ride through a nature reserve and dinner at a Jamaican restaurant serving jerk chicken and pumpkin soup.

Restaurant owner Collin Clifford McKoy served 20 years in the US military before finally opening his restaurant during the pandemic in Thailand. He said the June 19 holiday is a chance for black people to share their culture while being so far from home, American or not.

“Overall, it’s about coming together, wherever we are, and it shows how deep the blood runs as a community to come together and have fun,” he said.

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Associate News Writers Huizhong Wu in Taipei, Taiwan, Yuri Kageyama in Tokyo, Krista Larson in Dakar, Senegal and Jonathan Paye-Layleh in Monrovia, Liberia, contributed to this report.

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NBA Finals 2022 – Best Warriors-Celtics 6 Game Sights and Sounds https://officialpenguinssite.com/nba-finals-2022-best-warriors-celtics-6-game-sights-and-sounds/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 04:04:19 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/nba-finals-2022-best-warriors-celtics-6-game-sights-and-sounds/ The NBA Finals ended Thursday as the Golden State Warriors picked up another win at Boston’s TD Garden against the Celtics. Finals MVP Stephen Curry (34 points, seven assists and seven rebounds) put on a show as he led the Dubs to a convincing 103-90 win. 2 Related Golden State had already struggled to close […]]]>

The NBA Finals ended Thursday as the Golden State Warriors picked up another win at Boston’s TD Garden against the Celtics. Finals MVP Stephen Curry (34 points, seven assists and seven rebounds) put on a show as he led the Dubs to a convincing 103-90 win.

Golden State had already struggled to close the series on the road this playoffs. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Warriors were 0-3 when they had the chance to end a streak away from San Francisco’s Chase Center entering the Finals, but that wasn’t the case when it mattered most.

Championship experience and history favored the Warriors. Teams leading 3-2 heading into Game 6 had won the series 81% of the time (39 of 48 times) heading into Thursday’s game.

The Warriors’ victory marks their fourth championship in eight seasons. No other team has achieved this feat since Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls (1991 to 1998).

The TD Garden fans brought the energy for Games 3 and 4, so it’s no surprise they were particularly vocal for Game 6 winning or coming home.

Here are some of the best scenes from Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Too little, too late

The Celtics managed to erase the long troubles of their streak in the third quarter for a second straight game. And, suddenly, they gave themselves an opening in the fourth quarter to at least make the game interesting.

That’s partly down to Al Horford, who had as many as 16 points and 11 rebounds and were flying all over the place – especially in the second half. The 35-year-old big man had played in more playoff games than anyone in NBA history without appearing in the NBA Finals before reaching them this year, and the emotion he showed throughout the playoffs was visible on Thursday night, including a huge roar after a blocked shot late in the third quarter.

Still, it turned out to be too little, too late after that ugly first half for Boston. –Tim Bontemps

Steph wants more bling

Golden State’s Curry hit a 3-pointer midway through the third quarter, pointed his ring finger as he ran back and said, “Put a ring on it.” -Kendra Andrews

Everything turns golden

To say it was gold is an understatement.

Golden State led 54-39 at halftime, after beating Boston 52-25 in the final 20 minutes of the first half. Unsurprisingly, an ugly box score told Boston’s story.

A 3 for 14 performance from 3 point range. A total of 12 turnovers. Three fouls each on Jayson Tatum and Marcus Smart. Just 2 bench points, created by a 1-for-9 shot from Derrick White, Grant Williams and Payton Pritchard, who were outscored 15-2 by the Golden State reserves.

Add it all up, and needless to say, a lot had to change in the second half for Boston to keep their season alive.

Oh, and don’t forget: for the first four games of this series, Boston has been outplayed in the third quarter. If it happened again here, this season was over. — Good time

So freezing

It was a busy day for Gucci Mane. Not only did the rapper announce he was releasing an album at midnight, but he decided to take part in a basketball championship at TD Garden before the drop. Though he once represented his hometown Atlanta Hawks — he even proposed to his wife, Keyshia Ka’Oir, during Kiss Cam at a Hawks game in 2016 — Gucci was decked out in Celtics green.

a quarter less

Things couldn’t have gone better for the Celtics in the opening minutes of Game 6. Boston took a 14-2 lead in the first four minutes, moved the ball well and chased Golden State defensively.

Then everything fell apart.

As they have done so many times in this series, the Celtics failed to press their advantage. After having some early hits with post-ups setting up open shots, Boston’s offense dried up. Turnovers began to flow, as they often have. And Golden State pulled out a 25-8 run to close the quarter and take a 27-22 lead after one.

The most important ? After setting the TD Garden on fire to open the game, all the energy was sucked out of the building as the second started. — Good time

Reppin’ for the Dubs

Bay Area native rapper G-Eazy was on hand at TD Garden to watch the Warriors bid for another championship.

Jesus Shuttlesworth in the building

After the Celtics took a 12-2 lead early in the first quarter, former Celtic Ray Allen was shown on the video card during a timeout and received a loud ovation. Allen, a member of the 2008 champion Boston team, had a falling out with Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce after he left to join the Miami Heat in 2012, but it seems time has healed old wounds. -Adam Reisinger

Support for your son

Jayson Tatum’s son Deuce was visibly excited after his dad hit a 3-pointer during the first quarter.

Bleed green (and white)

Fans at TD Garden’s lower end found shirts at their seats, including some with white shirts that spelled “BOS”, “617” and “18” in the lower bowl. –Alisha Miller

Tatum takes the court

With Game 6 in Boston and the Celtics not losing three straight since late December, people were excited to see a battle on the court tonight. As Celtics star Tatum entered the field for pre-game warm-ups, fans crowded into the lower seats and chanted, “JT! JT! JT!” –Alisha Miller

All about 18

Nothing says we came to force a Game 7 like a custom ice sculpture, right? Right.

The Celtics sent their TD Garden decor ahead of Thursday night’s action with this sculpture featuring the Boston mascot, logo and “It’s all about 18” message.

Know your audience

Around 75 minutes before Game 6, the fans got a big ovation when Al Horford took to the pitch for the Celtics warm-up. About a minute later, fans booed loudly as Steph Curry headed onto the pitch for his warm-up.

A Boston fan in a white Paul Pierce jersey also yelled at Andre Iguodala during his warm-up. Ohm Youngmisuk

pool party

Jordan Poole was feeling it deeply in pregame warmups, sinking 17 straight 3-pointers.

Dance to the music

The Warriors continued their road tradition of playing music during their shootout or pregame routine with performers native to the city in which they play. famous went solo.

So when the media were allowed to circle Thursday morning, Curry was spinning to Johnny Gill’s smooth vocals and his classic slow jam “My, My, My.” However, they didn’t go for the 18-minute live version of Gill’s “My, My, My,” which is amazing (check it out!)

Warning to Celtics: In the Warriors’ previous shootout here in Boston for Game 4, Curry shot New Edition’s “Can You Stand the Rain.” And sure enough, he exploded for 43 points and 10 rebounds later that night.

After Steph spun on “My, My, My,” speakers blared New Edition’s most famous member, Bobby Brown, and his hit “My Prerogative.” Appropriately enough, Draymond Green – Boston’s public enemy No. 1 – started getting into it, especially when the lyrics “They say I’m crazy… I really don’t care” came up. –Youngmisuk

Game 6 Klay?

Klay Thompson has made a name for himself in 6 playoff games throughout his career. Teammate Poole showed his support for another (hopefully) standout performance by wearing a 2011 NBA Draft jersey featuring Thompson.

Eyes on a prize

Curry knows a good championship prize when he sees one, as he inspected the US Open trophy during Wednesday’s practice ahead of Game 6.

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Patriots defensive tackle suspended for start of 2022 NFL season https://officialpenguinssite.com/patriots-defensive-tackle-suspended-for-start-of-2022-nfl-season/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 21:20:57 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/patriots-defensive-tackle-suspended-for-start-of-2022-nfl-season/ FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS – OCTOBER 24: Daniel Ekuale #95 of the New England Patriots rushes against Greg Van Roten #62 of the New York Jets during the game at Gillette Stadium on October 24, 2021 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images) The Patriots will be short by at least one player to start the […]]]>

FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS – OCTOBER 24: Daniel Ekuale #95 of the New England Patriots rushes against Greg Van Roten #62 of the New York Jets during the game at Gillette Stadium on October 24, 2021 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

The Patriots will be short by at least one player to start the 2022 NFL season. defensive tackle Daniel Ekuale was suspended for the first two games of the year, as first reported ESPN’s Yates Field. No reason was given for the suspension.

Ekuale joined the Patriots through the practice squad at the start of last season. The 28-year-old ended up being the team’s most senior player, appearing in seven regular season games and the playoff game. During the regular season, he recorded five tackles and two sacks on 99 defensive snaps as a spinning pass rushing defensive tackle.

Considering how often he was promoted last year, Ekuale thought he was in contention for a roster spot ahead of the 2022 season. Now, he won’t make it into the initial roster of 53 players. That could open the door for a post bubble player like Byron Cowart or UDFA LaBryan Ray.

However, Ekuale can stay with the team until the start of the first week of the regular season. He’ll have a chance during training camp and in preseason games to prove he deserves a roster spot when he returns from suspension. Right now, he’s expected to miss games against the Dolphins and Steelers.

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Tom Emmer attempts to temper Republican optimism over House rout https://officialpenguinssite.com/tom-emmer-attempts-to-temper-republican-optimism-over-house-rout/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 18:58:00 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/tom-emmer-attempts-to-temper-republican-optimism-over-house-rout/ Placeholder while loading article actions Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.) knew he had a problem when Newt Gingrich ran for the House GOP retreat in Florida in March. Gingrich led the 1994 midterm blast that helped Republicans win 54 seats and their first majority in 40 years, the kind of midterm result today’s GOP lawmakers seemed […]]]>
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Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.) knew he had a problem when Newt Gingrich ran for the House GOP retreat in Florida in March.

Gingrich led the 1994 midterm blast that helped Republicans win 54 seats and their first majority in 40 years, the kind of midterm result today’s GOP lawmakers seemed to think possible. , given President Biden’s miserable job approval and inflation continues to soar.

As chairman of the Republican National Congressional Committee, Emmer had to live up to expectations. “I am convinced that we will find ourselves in the majority. But what that number is, we’ll let the voters tell us,” he recalled telling his colleagues.

It also tried to explain a bit about modern political science, alleviating a growing sense of irrational exuberance among some Republicans and utter desperation among some Democrats. There are many more less competitive seats now than there were in the 1990s, before redistricting became a science.

Additionally, voters have become so polarized that straight party voting has become the norm, resulting in fewer seats swinging back and forth, according to Charlie Cook, an independent election analyst. Republicans won more than 10 House seats in the 2020 election even as Joe Biden won the presidential popular vote by more than 7 million. This historical anomaly has left Emmer on the brink of a majority precipice, necessitating a net gain of five seats, but it also means there are few seats up for grabs for Republicans.

“Just as seat ‘A’ on an airliner is always a window seat, a party cannot lose a seat it does not have. In modern times, big wave elections have tended to come from a party well behind in seats,” Cook wrote in the National Journal.

Emmer blanched in November when House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), after big GOP gains in off-year elections in Virginia and New Jersey, predicted that the midterms of this year could be “more competitive” than the 2010 blowout in which Republicans swung 63 places.

“He came back pretty quickly,” Emmer said, declining to say whether he had asked McCarthy to recall his predictions.

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Emmer has taken to citing three statistics for his fellow Republicans and donors: A gain of 18 seats would give the GOP a larger majority than in Gingrich’s first days as president in 1995; a 30-seat gain would be a bigger majority than after the GOP’s historic gains in 2010; and a 35-seater van would create their biggest majority in over 90 years.

In Florida, Emmer mocked Gingrich for his overhyped predictions. “He can use any number he wants to use with this big brain,” Emmer recalled, telling his colleagues.

Aside from his thick white hair, Emmer couldn’t be more different from Professor Gingrich. Emmer, 61, in his fourth term representing the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis, casts himself as a classic Midwestern politician.

His hockey gear from a recent charity game is strewn all over his corner office at the NRCC. He wears a St. Cloud State University golf shirt and can tell the recent history of hockey teams in the NCAA Hockey Tournament.

Emmer, in his second term at the helm of the campaign, did not memorize all the names of his top candidates – “I forget his name”, he said of a favorite candidate, “how is her name?” – and cannot shake all the districts in contention. He’s not a data expert, unlike his counterpart, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, who once built a database analyzing 350 unique characteristics of House races. .

Emmer is conservative but not flamboyant, unlike his predecessor, former Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R), who favored the cable news ideological war. After supporting an initial lawsuit challenging the 2020 presidential election, Emmer voted to certify Biden’s victory.

But his attitude belies a sharp study of history. He understands how today’s political battles are mostly fought near midfield, between the two parties’ 40-yard lines, maybe even their 45-yard lines.

“Big majorities from the past, now the next 10 years, they’re going to be adjusted, probably smaller,” Emmer said.

While he wants to set expectations properly, Emmer is still trying to build an operation that can maximize every possible GOP opportunity.

The NRCC’s target list begins with 16 districts that Donald Trump won in 2020 but are now held by Democrats, some of whom are much more pro-GOP after the redistricting. There are 11 more seats Democrats hold in districts Biden won by less than 5 percentage points.

After that, Emmer warns his colleagues, Republicans stretch deep into Democratic territory: about 17 seats Biden won by between 5 and 10 points, and another 31 he won by more than 10 points.

These “reach” seats will test how polarized the electorate is, because if political minds are truly set in stone, it’s very difficult to win seats such as those held by Reps. Katie Porter (D-Calif. ), whose Biden district won by 11 percentage points, and Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.), whose Biden district won by more than 15 points.

Still, Emmer touts them as possible gains, noting that four years ago they were held by longtime GOP incumbents. “These are seats that were held by Republicans until recently. These are seats that both candidates ran as moderate problem solvers who were going to come to Washington, D.C., and do something with the Republicans,” he said, noting Porter’s liberal voting record is out of step with Orange County.

In the last wave of House elections, in 2018, Democrats won more than 40 seats and secured a majority as independent voters in the suburbs balked at Donald Trump’s erratic style in the White House.

According to Cook’s analysis, Democrats won seven seats in districts where Trump two years earlier had won by at least 10 points – including five claimed Republicans in 2020.

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Republicans believe they will win some of those big Biden fringe seats. According to Emmer, the NRCC conducted seven polls in the most competitive districts and found that independent voters and GOP voters have the same priorities: inflation, the economy and crime.

Democratic voters, he said, have focused on climate change and the coronavirus pandemic as their top issues.

“Voters are not so polarized. In fact, Republicans and Independents are almost – well not almost – Republicans and Independents, the Independents who will determine who controls the House, are perfectly aligned,” he said.

Emmer takes a tougher stance against the insurgents who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, than most GOP leaders, but he thinks the select committee’s ongoing investigation doesn’t move the middle voters who will decide. nearest the races.

“I’ll tell you from a policy standpoint, we’ve looked at this across the country. The issues that matter most to people are inflation and the economy,” he said.

It’s clear that Trump remains such a wild card that many Republican candidates would rather the ex-president stay away from their races, especially those in the suburbs.

Yet Republicans still can’t say it out loud.

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“He makes his own decisions. He does his own thing when it comes to different candidates and incumbents,” Emmer said of Trump.

Emmer still remembers the bitter feeling he felt during the first GOP caucus meeting after the 2020 election, when, against all odds, his side won seats.

If about 35,000 votes had gone the other way in five races, Emmer would have had a majority. He didn’t understand the standing ovation his colleagues gave him, likening it to being happy to make it to the Super Bowl, like his beloved Minnesota Vikings, who lost the big game four times. .

“Are they all Vikings fans just happy to be in the big game? You lost, you finished second. So the goal here is to finish it,” Emmer said.

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Chytil and Strome back for Game 5 https://officialpenguinssite.com/chytil-and-strome-back-for-game-5/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 22:25:13 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/chytil-and-strome-back-for-game-5/ We’ve been here before, but usually not so close to the start of a game. Per Gerard Gallant, Filip Chytil and Ryan Strome will play tonight. By #NYR Coach Gallant, Ryan Strome and Filip Chytil will be there tonight. — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) June 9, 2022 The good news gives Rangers the best chance […]]]>

We’ve been here before, but usually not so close to the start of a game. Per Gerard Gallant, Filip Chytil and Ryan Strome will play tonight.

The good news gives Rangers the best chance of winning, as they return home to MSG in an all-important fifth game. Chytil’s presence will keep the kids’ line intact, which has been Rangers’ best line for some time this playoffs. Gallant can do himself and the team a favor and give them more ice time, our own Tom Dianara explains why that’s so important here. Strome back, allows Goodrow to stay on the fourth row where he is a much more effective player. While Gallant has given us false hope in the past, the Rangers and their playoff hopefuls need this news to be real.

Another interesting development for the team is the progress of the rehabilitation of Sammy Blais. While Gallant has publicly stated that it’s a long way for him to come back and play this series, according to Mollie Walker, he was no longer in a non-contact jersey during their practice just two days ago. Although Gallant prophesies his chances of returning are slim, never say never. Based on empirical data, questioning the information provided by Gallant regarding players returning from injury seems like the logical way to go.

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Launching a new brand of cycling clothing in Portland https://officialpenguinssite.com/launching-a-new-brand-of-cycling-clothing-in-portland/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 21:23:32 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/launching-a-new-brand-of-cycling-clothing-in-portland/ (Pictures: Andrea Lonas / @andrea.lonas) Former Nike designer and outdoor industry veteran George Nelson has launched Kansept1 (sounds like “concept”), a new cycling apparel company. George T. Nelson (“GTN”) Nelson’s apparel design resume includes brands like Pearl Izumi, Patagonia, DaKine, Fox Racing, Merrell and others. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, then […]]]>

Former Nike designer and outdoor industry veteran George Nelson has launched Kansept1 (sounds like “concept”), a new cycling apparel company.

George T. Nelson (“GTN”)

Nelson’s apparel design resume includes brands like Pearl Izumi, Patagonia, DaKine, Fox Racing, Merrell and others. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, then moved from Boulder, Colorado to Portland in 2004 to work as a senior apparel designer for Nike’s All Conditions Gear (ACG) brand.

The company’s initial offerings include a selection of jerseys ($120), bib shorts ($175), socks and t-shirts for men and women. The collections went live last week.

Nelson says Kansept1 brings two of his passions – cycling (especially its competitive side) and product design – “come full circle”. “I started bicycle racing when I was living in New York in the late 80s and early 90s,” Nelson shared in an email yesterday. “For most of my time in New York, I didn’t own a car, so my bike allowed me to escape the weekends out of town on long club rides and errands to the county. from Westchester and Nyack and down to Long Island and New Jersey.”

Nelson, now 58, still loves to ride and run and still designs products that he would wear. When asked how he would describe Kansept1’s aesthetic, Nelson replied, “It’s always hard to answer without sounding a little pretentious, isn’t it? But I guess it would be “modern classics”.

Cycling apparel is a fiercely competitive market and Nelson will fight for customers with brands like Rapha, MAAP, Le Col, Eliel and many more. It’s a far cry from Nelson’s debut in Pearl Izumi. “There were really only a handful of bona fide players in the industry, and to be honest, they really weren’t doing a great job on the style and fashion side,” he says. “Today’s rider is more sophisticated and better informed and demands more choice, style and quality.”

Kansept1’s debut collection is road/gravel focused, but Nelson says a much bigger offering is in the works.

Check the Kansept1 website and follow them on Facebook and Instagram for the latest drops and offers.

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Paris Hilton, Teresa Giudice, Briana DeJesus and More Stars Rock Stunning Looks https://officialpenguinssite.com/paris-hilton-teresa-giudice-briana-dejesus-and-more-stars-rock-stunning-looks/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 23:03:00 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/paris-hilton-teresa-giudice-briana-dejesus-and-more-stars-rock-stunning-looks/ PARIS Hilton, Teresa Giudice, Briana DeJesus and more stars showed off their stunning looks on the red carpet at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards. The main awards show, as well as the “unscripted” edition, will air on the popular network Sunday night. 15 Paris Hilton stunned in a blue dress at the 2022 […]]]>

PARIS Hilton, Teresa Giudice, Briana DeJesus and more stars showed off their stunning looks on the red carpet at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

The main awards show, as well as the “unscripted” edition, will air on the popular network Sunday night.

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Paris Hilton stunned in a blue dress at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards: UNSCRIPTED ThursdayCredit: Jen Lowery/MEGA
Teresa Giudice and her fiancé Luis Ruelas walked the red carpet together for the event last week

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Teresa Giudice and her fiancé Luis Ruelas walked the red carpet together for the event last weekCredit: Jen Lowery/MEGA

The 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards will air live on MTV at 8 p.m., with many celebrities just starting to hit the red carpet to show off their gorgeous ensembles.

Immediately after, the ceremony honoring unscripted programs and stars will air at 10 p.m.

As previously filmed, celebrities took part in this event Thursday in Santa Monica, Calif., with Paris, Teresa, Briana and more strutting their stuff.

The 41-year-old heiress looked radiant in a sky blue dress.

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She showed off her toned legs with a thigh-high slit on one side.

Paris styled her sleepy blonde locks in a deep side part.

To top it off, she wore blue pumps and silver mittens.

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa attended the event with her fiancé Luis Ruelas.

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Teen Mom stars Briana Dejesus and Jade Cline posed together during an appearance at the MTV Awards

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Teen Mom stars Briana Dejesus and Jade Cline posed together during an appearance at the MTV AwardsCredit: Jen Lowery/MEGA
Vanessa Hudgens wore a cobalt blue dress to the main carpet at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday

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Vanessa Hudgens wore a cobalt blue dress to the main carpet at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards on SundayCredit: Getty

She showed off her curves in a busty black dress with feathered bottoms.

Cutouts featured on both sides of the adult waistline, Teresa’s long, wavy brown hair flowing past her chest to meet them.

Luis wore a gray checkered three-piece suit, with a black buttonhole underneath.

The engaged couple held on to each other, taking a moment to kiss at one point on the carpet.

Meanwhile, Briana hit the carpet with fellow Teen Mom 2 star Jade Cline.

The first wore a tight nude dress, while the second opted for a black minidress.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne wore a pink suit to the Unscripted awards show, while co-star Lisa Rinna went with an all-black ensemble

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne wore a pink suit to the Unscripted awards show, while co-star Lisa Rinna went with an all-black ensembleCredit: The Mega Agency
Real Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel showed off her toned legs in a red minidress

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Real Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel showed off her toned legs in a red minidressCredit: The Mega Agency

Jade showed off her body makeover in the cropped hem tight ensemble that featured a low-cut neckline.

She held a sparkly clutch and wore her straight blue hair.

Briana styled her brunette locks in soft waves and grabbed a small black handbag.

Vanessa Hudgens, who hosts the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards, rocked a cobalt blue dress for the big event.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne opted for a hot pink pantsuit, while her co-star Lisa Rinna opted for an all-black ensemble.

Real Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel showed off her toned legs in a red minidress.

Chrishell Stause, Jason Oppenheim, Heather Rae El Moussa, Emma Hernan, Roman Bonnet, Mary Fitzgerald and Brett Oppenheim all walked the carpet together

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Chrishell Stause, Jason Oppenheim, Heather Rae El Moussa, Emma Hernan, Roman Bonnet, Mary Fitzgerald and Brett Oppenheim all walked the carpet togetherCredit: The Mega Agency
Tarek El Moussa and his wife Heather shared a kiss

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Tarek El Moussa and his wife Heather shared a kissCredit: The Mega Agency

The cast of Netflix’s Selling Sunset all spent an evening together at the awards show.

Chrishell Stause, Jason Oppenheim, Heather Rae El Moussa, Emma Hernan, Roman Bonnet, Mary Fitzgerald and Brett Oppenheim all posed as a group on the red carpet.

The women mostly wore clothes of different colors, though all showed plenty of skin with cutouts, sheer fabrics, and two-piece sets.

Heather and her husband Tarek also took photos just the two of them.

Jersey Shore's Deena Cortese brought her son Christopher as a guest

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Jersey Shore’s Deena Cortese brought her son Christopher as a guestCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Sydney Sweeney bared her belly for the annual event

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Sydney Sweeney bared her belly for the annual eventCredit: Getty

Jersey Shore star Deena Cortese wore a strapless purple jumpsuit for the affair and brought along her son Christopher – who she shares with husband Christopher Buckner – as a guest.

The toddler matched his mom in a purple shirt, black vest and black pants.

“What a great experience to have with CJ,” Deena wrote on Instagram, explaining that she could bring her son to the event.

Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney showed off her midriff for the MTV event in a cropped pink polo shirt and sparkly miniskirt.

RHOBH's Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley posed together, each wearing all-black outfits

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RHOBH’s Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley posed together, each wearing all-black outfitsCredit: The Mega Agency
Meanwhile, RHOBH cast member Garcelle Beauvais had fun on the carpet in a blue-purple feathered pantsuit

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Meanwhile, RHOBH cast member Garcelle Beauvais had fun on the carpet in a blue-purple feathered pantsuitCredit: The Mega Agency
Jennifer 'JLo' Lopez Stunned at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards in a Black Leather Dress

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Jennifer ‘JLo’ Lopez Stunned at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards in a Black Leather DressCredit: Getty

RHOBH star Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley posed on the carpet together, each wearing different all-black outfits.

Kyle looked glamorous in a satin pantsuit, with a matching jacket draped over her shoulders.

Dorit opted for a lace number that included leggings, a skirt and a blazer.

Meanwhile, RHOBH cast member Garcelle Beauvais had fun on the carpet in a blue-purple feathered pantsuit.

Jennifer “JLo” Lopez turned heads as she stunned at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards in a black leather dress.

She flaunted her toned arms in the sleeveless dress and showed off cleavage in the deep V neckline.

As for Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick, she decided to show off her legs in a sparkly, sheer mini dress.

She wore her black in a middle part, with her blue locks running through her wavy hair.

Kristin Cavallari opted for a Grease-style look for the occasion.

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She donned high-waisted black leather pants and a white and red cutout strapless top.

The reality star slicked her hair back into a high ponytail.

Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick wore a sparkly, sheer mini dress

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Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick wore a sparkly, sheer mini dressCredit: The Mega Agency
Kristin Cavallari opted for a Grease-style outfit for the awards show

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Kristin Cavallari opted for a Grease-style outfit for the awards showCredit: The Mega Agency

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How Terry Fenwick missed out on more than eight million euros with the Maradona shirt https://officialpenguinssite.com/how-terry-fenwick-missed-out-on-more-than-eight-million-euros-with-the-maradona-shirt/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 13:58:33 +0000 https://officialpenguinssite.com/how-terry-fenwick-missed-out-on-more-than-eight-million-euros-with-the-maradona-shirt/ Jhe 1986 World Cup made history for two matches, both played in the quarter-finals between England and Argentina. It was both Diego Maradona goals, one known as the “hand of God” and the other as the “goal of the century”. The Three Lions were eliminated at the hands of Argentina and their defender Terry Fenwick […]]]>

Jhe 1986 World Cup made history for two matches, both played in the quarter-finals between England and Argentina.

It was both Diego Maradona goals, one known as the “hand of God” and the other as the “goal of the century”.

The Three Lions were eliminated at the hands of Argentina and their defender Terry Fenwick missed a huge opportunity to earn more than eight million euros.

Fenwick refused to swap shirts with Maradonawhose jersey broke an auction record last month, when it sold for up to 8.4 million euros.

In his book ‘The Story of the Seven Million Pound Shirt‘, the former Tottenham player tells why he refused Maradonaoffers to exchange shirts after the game.

“I was obviously very emotional at the time about the ‘Hand of God’,” Fenwick says The Sun.

“About five minutes passed between an obvious handball – and the goal that everyone now calls the best in World Cup history.

“We were in shock. Look at the TV footage of the second goal, we were everywhere – the team structure and formation was just non-existent. We were still in shock.

Maradona turned to me after the game to swap shirts but I was in pieces, so upset and demoralized. We were excluded from the World Cup because of a handball.

“I was the only one chasing the referee to the halfway line to challenge the goal.

“But then I turned away sharply when the referee reached into his pocket because I thought it might be a red card ahead.”

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