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          'Women Are Just Deserting the Republican Party': CNN Analyst Argues Trump Just Realized He's Gone Too Far      Cache   Translate Page      
Trump is making his final election pitch with women surrogates. Gloria Borger thinks that's not an accident.

On Monday, in one of his final campaign stops before the polls open on Election Day, President Donald Trump brought two White House officials to help him stump for Senate candidate Mike Braun at a rally in Fort Wayne, Indiana: White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway.

The presence of two of the Trump administration's most prominent, forward-facing women, and Trump's simultaneous comments to local reporters about his "tone" were not lost on CNN political analyst Gloria Borger, who discussed the rally with Anderson Cooper and hit on a key point: that he may understand the most recent House polls show the Republican Party getting crushed among women, in the largest political gender gap in modern times.

"What do you make of President Trump bringing out Kellyanne Conway, bringing out Sarah Huckabee Sanders?" said Cooper. "Also saying, talking about tone, which is something he talked about a lot during the campaign, saying that when he became president he would change his tone ... maybe this was like a one-off in some local affiliate interview, but it's interesting that he's talking about, oh, it's kind of my regret."

"Gee, do you think it could be about women?" said Borger. "I mean, I'm just sort of thinking here that, he brings out all these women onstage, talks about his daughter, talks about his tone. Could it be about that women favor Democrats by about two to one now, and he understands that this is going to be a problem for him, particularly in the House?"

"And you know that he's usually not really reflective about these kind of things, so I thought it was actually quite surprising that he said that," she continued. "But the fact that he is saying it leads me to believe that he really understands that women are just, you know, deserting the Republican Party in droves."

"It doesn't mean he's going to change his tone," said Cooper.

"No," agreed Borger. "No, but I think he wanted to sound like he was."

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Iowa State 79, Alabama State 53
Arizona State 102, Fullerton State 94
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Boston College 73, Milwaukee 53
Nevada 86, BYU 70
Missouri 68, Central Arkansas 55
Indiana 104, Chicago State 55
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Wisconsin 85, Coppin State 63
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OH MY GOD, WONKETTE PEOPLE AND OTHER PEOPLE WHO MAY BE READING THIS NOW, IT IS TIME TO DO THE THING!

First of all, we want to tell you that we feel pretty good about things. But we also want to say that polls are still open in lots of places! So if there's anybody you know who might not have voted and there's still time, GTFO and get them there! But we also want you to know that if we win tonight, we're in the win together. If we ... grrrrrrrr ... NON-WIN tonight, then first of all if it's Stacey Abrams in Georgia, we're calling for an investigation. But if things somehow don't break our way (on top of calling for investigations) we are STILL in this together. Because win or lose, our work is not over tonight! But let's hope we win.

DEEP BREATHS.


NBC has released some exit polls, and while exit polls don't necessarily mean shit while the polls are still open, they're interesting. For instance, according to those they surveyed, Trump only has a 44% approval rating, which is lower than Obama in 2010 and Bill Clinton in 1994, and those were BLOODBATHS. Also, according to Chuck Todd on the television, this is the least white midterm electorate ever of all time. Thank GOD. Democrats' favorables are higher than Republicans' favorables, so that is also a good thing. However, Trump approval seems a bit high in exits from Georgia and Florida, but those are not final numbers and they ain't no early vote exit polls either, so that might not mean shit!

Anyway, polls are closing ... NOW! ... in KY-06, which is one of our first important races of the night, that of badass Amy McGrath vs. suckass Andy Barr. Also, in general, we will get stuff from the Eastern Time Zone parts of Indiana, which is where Joe Donnelly is trying to hold on to his Senate seat.

Settle in, kids, we got a long night ahead of us.

6:15: How about a couple nice facts to start us out? Fact one comes in this tweet, about how the NRA is a sad shell of its former self and the gun control groups are OUTGAMIN' them:

The second fact is this screengrab from MSNBC, what is talking about people who voted in a midterm for the very first time, which turns out according to the exit polls was 16 percent of the electorate. This is how they broke down in casting their votes:

We can work with that!

6:37: OK, Wonkers, we have your first dispatch from Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius, who A) exists and is B) snarking from an undisclosed location. He says "Tell Dana Bash that she is full of shit, and the fact that Braun is up 5,400 when Gary and Fort Wayne and ALL THE PLACES are still voting, oh and also the only thing reporting right now is a few dirty red counties, is MEANINGLESS."

Correct, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius!

Also, KY-5 has been called for the incumbent Republican Hal Rogers. This is meaningless and not a surprise.

Also, who runs elections in Georgia? That guy must be A IDIOT.

Oh that's right. Brian Kemp runs elections in Georgia. DERP.

6:45: We are 15 minutes from some poll closings. Florida! Georgia! Virginia! This is where we'll start to get a feeling about how the night is going to go.

We really don't have updates for you on KY-06 or IN-SEN, because Jesus, there's like 1% in and they're only reporting absentee votes from farm animals, which are ILLEGAL VOTER FRAUD FOR THE RECORD.

6:56: Oh nothing, just the adult human governor of Texas retweeting Jim Hoft and taking him seriously.

6:57: Here is a nerdy update about what's been reported in the KY-06 race between Amy McGrath (the good Democrat) and Andy Barr (the bad man):

Fayette County is the most populous county. It is where Lexington is! McGrath is overperforming and the votes are coming in slow. In Barr's turf, which is coming in faster, he's barely hitting his benchmark.

These are good things! For the record, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius thinks McGrath is going to win. Let's see if WSTEG really has ninja election skills or not.

7:00: Actual updates!

You guys, this might be a shock, but Bernie Sanders has won re-election. Also Tim Kaine has re-winned his Senate seat in Virginia. These are according to NBC News, which is not AP, which is what we usually follow, but fuck, Brian Williams was talking so we decided to tell you what he said.

7:12: TELL US A THING, STEVE KORNACKI THAT WE HAVE A MASSIVE CRUSH ON PLEASE DON'T TELL NOBODY:

Basically what Kornacki is telling us is that based on where the early vote is coming in in Florida, Andrew Gillum is outperforming Hillary Clinton and Ron DeSantis is underperforming Trump, in key counties. These are good signs!

7:16: Hey, here's a good progress report for you! Remember crazy ass Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky what hates the gays so much? She is currently NOT WINNING:

7:23: OK, we have a LOT of Florida vote in now, and you will be happy to know that both Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson are doing very comfortably well.

Also the Democrats have picked up the governorship of Guam, according to MSNBC.

GUAM, FUCK YEAH!

7:25: And here is a race to keep your eye on. Florida's 15th, where Republican Dennis Ross decided not to run for re-election. It's TIGHT right now, but like we said, just keep your eye on it.

7:29: Chuck Todd is currently Chuck Todd-ing about WHAT DOES IT MEAN if Abrams wins in Georgia and Gillum wins in Florida but Bredesen doesn't win in Tennessee? (Chuck Todd knows nothing about Tennessee politics.)

We really want them all to win, partially to see how confused Chuck Todd gets about WHAT DOES IT MEAN.

7:33: Here is some good news that is not final news! in Virginia's 10th, Jennifer Wexton is currently kicking GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock's ASS and she is probably DONE, but Wonkette can't make that call yet. However, in the county that's mostly in (Loudoun), Wexton is matching Hillary Clinton's numbers. Hillary won that district.

7:37: We are sorry to say but the election has been cancelled because Jim Hoft, The Stupidest Man On The Internet, has a BOOM!

We are sorry for ever thinking #Blexit was not a thing :(

7:40: WE HAVE OUR FIRST BIG DEMOCRATIC PICKUP OF THE NIGHT! In VA-10, Republican Barbara Comstock has been BEATED by awesome new Democrat Jennifer Wexton, according to the AP. Now, this was, out of all the districts, the one we pretty much knew any idiot could beat the incumbent Republican. But it has happened!

May it be the first of many!

7:59: Good news, bad news Wonkers. Democrat Donna Shalala flips FL-27, and Denver Rigglemen (aka Mr. Bigfoot Porn) holds VA-5.

Also, this is Yr FDF.

8:00 A bunch of NO SHIT calls in the 8 o'clock hour. Senate in MD, DE, CT, RI, MA, PA -- all Dems, woohoo. Governor's races in PA, and MA. Why even does Massachusetts have a Republican governor, Yr FDF asks from Maryland. AHEM.

8:10 I see you out there freaking out about Florida. Cut that shit out! Lots of Miami-Dade, most of Broward, and Tallahassee and Tampa are still out. Just chill.

8:12 Editrix has made a grievous error in omitting to help you to help her to get hammered.

8:35: OK GUYS HI, IT IS EVAN AGAIN. So we've had a couple/bunch of kind of obvious calls, like for instance we will still have Jim Jordan of Ohio and Matt Gaetz of Florida to kick around. Joy.

NBC projects that all the people who said "Bob Menendez might lose, you guys!" are absolutely full of shit, and that Menendez will be a winner, winner, chicken dinner.

Andrew Gillum's race against the shithead continues to be a fucking nailbiter, and so does Bill Nelson's Senate race, so BRB having some heart attacks.

Georgia is way too early to call and Brian Kemp is obviously looking for some Stacey Abrams votes to delete somehow.

Karl Dean, per NBC, has lost his race to be the Democratic governor of Tennessee. Let us tell you, as a Tennessee Person, that we don't think that race has ONE SOLITARY DICK to do with Phil Bredesen's race in Tennessee, which is still very early to call. (We predicted Karl would lose. We hated to say it but it was just damn true.)

Finally, JB Pritzker and Gina Raimondo are the governors of Illinois and Rhode Island, respectively. Oh and that Republican fucker Hogan in Maryland.

8:45: OH HEY YOU GUYS, looks like Beto won the early vote in Texas. Maybe that will stick!

Sorry, we are at that plateau portion of the night where all the nailbiters drag out. Grrrrrrr.

8:47: Bad news, you guys. Lots of Democrats are going to win tonight, but Amy McGrath isn't one of them. :(

8:57: MSNBC says Joe Donnelly has lost his race in Indiana. And our Senate dreams begin to slip away ...

But RELAX, GUYS, there is a lot of night left. The Senate was always a longshot with this year's map.

8:59: Democratic Senator Joe Manchin keeps his seat, so we'll still have him to kick around, JUST KIDDING WE ARE GLAD TO SEE THAT A REPUBLICAN DID NOT PICK UP THAT SENATE SEAT, ESPECIALLY IF JOE DONNELLY SUCKS AN ASS.

Martin Heinrich, Amy Klobuchar, Tammy Baldwin, Kirsten Gillibrand also all going back to the Senate, according to the 9:00 PM calls after those poll closings. Those were all expected, obviously.

9:03: Guys. We were wrong, unless NBC is wrong. MSNBC just called Tennessee for Marsha Fucking Blackburn.

9:05: OK, but here is a good news! Amendment 4 in Florida, which restores voting rights to felons who have paid their debt to society, is projected to pass!

9:07: Also, we want to let you know what is out in Florida, and it's a small part of Miami-Dade County and also 30% of Fucking Broward County, because it's always Fucking Broward County. That's why so much is in right now, and everything is still too close to fucking call, goddammit.

9:17: OK, we are going to say we don't know if MSNBC's projection (not call, PROJECTION) that Bredesen loses in Tennessee was wrong, but we are going to say we think they (and CNN) may have gotten in front of their skis a little bit. Why? Shelby and Davidson counties are not remotedly reporting yet. (That's the Memphis metro and Nashville.)

Everything else still a fucking nailbiter oh my god we haven't even started drinking yet can you believe it?

9:29: Happy Democrat House pickups to report!

Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon wins PA-05! Pickup!

Democrat Jason Crow wins CO-06! Pickup!

9:37: More happy!

JARED POLIS WINS THE GOVERNOR'S RACE IN COLORADO!

This means this is the first state in America to be run BY A GAY DUDE!

9:39: More happy!!!!!

Conor Lamb wins newly created PA-17 district! This counts as a pickup, even though he was already in Congress, because again, redrawn new district!

9:41: MOAR HAPPY!!1111!!!

They are both the first!

Anyway, Texas and Florida are still shitshows.

9:43: MOAR HAPPY!

9:45: If you've been wondering why we haven't been talking about the GA-Gov race, it is because they are counting SLOW. That's right, Brian Kemp is using his fingers AND his toes.

9:49: Here is another happy!

Also Democrat Dean Phillips just beat incumbent Republican Erik Paulsen in MN-03, so there is another #pickup!

By the way, if you are having PTSD, please let us help you.

We are pretty sure we are going to win the House. We are pretty sure we are not gonna win the Senate. ALL OF THIS WAS EXPECTED. In fact, the Dems are doing pretty much everything we expected.

Also, as Steve Kornacki just said on the MSNBC, there were 25 GOP districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. The GOP has not kept a single one of them yet.

RELAX, the night is a fetus.

9:55: HOORAY!

SHARICE DAVIDS is projected by MSNBC to win KS-03, which is another Dem pickup! Sharice Davids, as Rachel Maddow just pointed out, is both Native American and also a lesbian. First Native woman in the House.

This. Is. YOOGE.

9:56: And Mikie Sherrill (that is a GIRL Mikie, FYI) wins in NJ-11. That is another Dem pickup, in a NON-Hillary district!

9:58: YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH JUST FUCKING LOST TO DEMOCRAT LAURA KELLY FOR GOVERNOR OF KANSAS.

Also, Carlos Curbelo lost his seat in Florida to Democrat Debbie Mukarsey-Powell in FL-26. That is a pickup!\

BUT YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG.

Elaine Luria picks up VA-02 against GOP incumbent Scott Taylor in a Trump district.

And Chrissy Houlahan The Democrat picks up a seat in the new PA-06.

And Max Rose beats Staten Island's DAN DONOVAN for another DEMOCRATIC PICUP!

Susan Wild wins PA-07. She is a Democrat! This is Charlie Dent's old seat!

12 to go for a majority!

We just copied all Steve Kornacki's homeworks!

10:09: MSNBC projects Heidi Heitkamp loses her seat in North Dakota. Voter suppression wins.

Everybody take a moment and remember the stand she took for decency in voting against Brett Kavanaugh. She is a good person.

10:13: And MSNBC projects Beto loses.

Deep breaths, everyone. Deep breaths.

10:15: Listen, you guys.

Beto O'Rourke was always a long shot. If this holds, HE WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE THIS CLOSE TO BEATING TED CRUZ.

Also, he just became the 2020 frontrunner.

10:20: Fuck, we walk away for eight seconds!

Pete Sessions loses in TX! To a black guy! Named Colin Allred! We predicted this!

And Democrat Haley Stevens beats Lena Epstein, who invited that fake Jew for Jesus to Mike Pence's rally!

Pickup!

Pickup!

As of now, the GOP keeps the Senate, and the Dems will officially take the House.

10:26: Hey, here is a fact. Pennsylvania elected SEVEN WOMEN to the House tonight. SEVEN.

10:28: Oh hey, Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham is the new badass gov of New Mexico!

10:34: Fuck yeah, Gretchen Whittmer wins MI-Gov, per MSNBC! This is another GREAT thing, considering what Michigan has gone through the past few years.

Oh yeah and Marsha Blackburn officially won in Tennessee, Jesus Christ, can Memphis and Nashville just secede from the state and we'll call the rest Camp Dipshit?

10:43: Y'ALL! Y'ALL!

BIG NEWS!

Y'ALL!

Remember Kim Davis? The Kentucky clerk what hates the gays? She ain't get to be the county clerk of Rowan County no more, because dickhead lost!

10:46: More happy! Peter Roskam is projected to lose IL-06 to Sean Kasten, a known Democrat!

Oh also, the Dems just flipped the Colorado state senate.

11:01: ANTONIO DELGADO BEATS JOHN FASO IN NY-19!

ANTHONY BRINDISI BEATS CLAUDIA TENNEY, LITERALLY THE WORST ASSHOLE IN CONGRESS, IN NY-22!

And also Andrew Gillum conceded :(

And MSNBC is calling Ron DeSantis the "apparent winner."

But Tina Smith keeps her Senate seat in Minnesota!

And now the polls are closed on the West Coast and more stuff will happen we guess.

11:05: Oh, and Abby Finkenauer beats incumbent Republican Rod Blum in Iowa's 1st!

So yes, guys. There are bad things. But there are good things.

LIke just now, Dem Lizzie Fletcher beats GOP incumbent John Culberson in TX-7!

Beto helped, you guys.

11:09: Wanna see a really fun one?

HOT. DAMN.

FUCK DAVE BRAT SOOOOOO HARD, GOODBYE.

11:13: By the way, you guys, Democrats have a net gain of 21 seats.

Also, OOH! OOH! New Dem congressperson for Oklahoma! Kendra Horn! She beat Steve Russell! OK-05! Oklahoma previous had NO DEMOCRATS IN CONGRESS!

11:17: Debbie Stabenow keeps her Senate seat in Michigan, so STFU to Fox News for being like "this black Republican John James might surprise everybody by beating her, because we're Fox News, and we think black voters are dumb! He took money from white supremacists, but that's probably OK!"

11:22: Angie Craig, a Dem, has defeated incumbent GOP dick Jason Lewis in MN-02!

Also, MSNBC just said actually now there have been 100 women elected to the House. SO THAT'S A THING.

11:44: MICHIGAN. LEGALIZED. WEED.

11:48: Welp. Claire McCaskill lost her seat.

Did the Russians rig the Senate but couldn't figure out how to rig the House?

12:12: LOLOLOLOL BETO IS GIVING THE MOST AMAZING "CONCESSION" SPEECH EVER AND HE SAID "I'M SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS" AND HE ENUNCIATED IT AND IT PLAYED ON TV AND OMG THIS IS HIS 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT SPEECH.

12:16: HE IS SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS

12:33: You guys still here? We are! Stuff is still happening! And we are still absorbing results! But yeah mostly we are watching Beto saying "fucking" over and over again, because that is our sexual orientation now.

12:34: OK, now we are going to bum you the fuck out, because look what Alabama and West Virginia did tonight:

Voters in Alabama and West Virginia have approved amendments to their respective state constitutions that seek to immediately ban abortion if Roe V. Wade—the landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide—is ever overturned by the Supreme Court.

Yep. Hit this link for more.

12:37: You guys, let's give New York's 27th a chance to take a bow for actually winning re-election for indicted GOP Rep. Chris Collins, EVEN THOUGH LIKE WE JUST SAID HE IS INDICTED AS FUCK RIGHT NOW.

Some people are just not good at America-ing. Like the voters of NY-27.

12:41: And holy Christ, Duncan Hunter in California too! He's under 60 indictments! Because that's OK!

Hell, maybe they'll have special elections after they go to jail.

12:44: AW HELL YEAH, YOU REMEMBER THIS GUY, RIGHT?

Also Maine flipped its state Senate blue tonight.

12:47: More Maine good news!

Shithole Maine Governor Paul LePage will be replaced by a DEMOCRAT LADY named Janet Mills! Hooray for Janet Mills!

12:50: Cough ABOLISH THE SENATE cough.


1:08 That beady-eyed little badger-fucker is hanging on for another hour or two at least! Looks like Walker might have the votes in Green Bay to close the gap with Evers. BUTBUTBUT there are 45,000 absentee ballots that Milwaukee is about to count right now! And Milwaukee is going pretty big for Evers, so .... NO ONE IS EVER GOING TO SLEEP!

1:40: Sorry, we are not updating OFTEN right now because we are tired and li'l bit drunk but Stacey Abrams is speaking and SHE IS NOT BEING CONCILIATORY.

Let's see if she says "fucking"!

1:45: Remember that what's happening in Georgia, if something surprising doesn't happen with the margin (Kemp is up 51-48 right now) tonight, they're looking for it to at least narrow to the point that Kemp is under 50. That means they go to a runoff. And then it just comes down to whose voters care more.

1:56: Of course.

Sure why not.

But more importantly, it looks like -- seriously -- Scott Walker might be about to go down in Wisconsin, because of some absentee ballots that just were counted from Milwaukee.

Seriously.

If this is the election that takes down Scott Walker ...

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

2:01: OH THANK GOD.

Clark is Las Vegas, if you didn't know.

2:17: The locals are reporting that Jacky Rosen has won in Nevada. HOORAY!

Oh yeah, did you hear we took Mark Sanford's seat in South Carolina?

And it looks like Mia Love lost in Utah too, but they haven't called it. So.

OK guys, we have had a lot of BEER, because, just like Brett Kavanaugh, we like BEER, but unlike Brett Kavanaugh, we don't assault women or men or anybody else. (Do we still have to say "allegedly" about Brett Kavanaugh's allegations? Oh well fuck it.)

What we are saying is that this liveblog is basically over, unless we come back, which is totally possible, but if we stay until the bitter end, we're not coming in tomorrow.

Oh yeah, looks like Scott Walker is going the fuck down and we won't know anything about Kyrsten Sinema until one million minutes from now.

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          Micah Potter's Transfer Left Ohio State Players “Pretty Shocked,” But Focus Remains On Season Opener      Cache   Translate Page      

On Monday, just two days before Ohio State opened the season against Cincinnati, the program announced the transfer of junior forward Micah Potter.

The timing of the transfer – just a couple days before the Buckeyes open the season and four days after he led them in scoring in Thursday’s exhibition – didn’t just surprise people outside of the locker room. Keyshawn Woods, a graduate transfer from Wake Forest, said no one knew of Potter’s intentions before Monday.

“Everybody found out yesterday before practice,” Woods said Tuesday afternoon. “We didn't know anything. Coach told us before practice. We were all pretty shocked. We didn't know until yesterday.”

Neither Woods nor Kyle Young has spoken to Potter since Ohio State announced his decision to leave the program.

“Micah's a great kid. He is a great kid and we wish him well. We really wish him well in his next move.”– Chris Holtmann

“We wish him the best with what he plans on doing, but we've just got to focus on our next step and getting better with it every day,” Young said.

Chris Holtmann said he did not want to get into specifics of Potter’s decision, but said he had a “real, honest conversation” with the 6-foot-9, 240-pound forward in “the last day or two.”

“Micah's a great kid. He is a great kid and we wish him well,” Holtmann said. “We really wish him well in his next move.”

Holtmann said he’s not sure how the loss of Potter will affect the locker room, noting he’d “only be projecting.”

Potter has not announced a destination or offered reasoning for his decision, but Holtmann expressed his wish that he could play every single player on the team as much as possible.

“I think I'll just say generally on transfers, we all know that it's very much a part of our game, and I think, as a coach, you would always love to be able to start all 13 guys and have everybody play as much as they really want to play,” Holtmann said. “We know that's not possible. It's our job to try to figure out what we feel like is best at the time. We wish him well, and we'll assist in any way we can.”

Without Potter, the Buckeyes will be down a big man when they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bearcats at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The challenging three-game, eight-day stretch to begin the season includes games versus Purdue Fort Wayne and at Creighton.

Not having Potter will put extra pressure on Ohio State’s forwards.

Kaleb Wesson, the starting center, has touted improved conditioning this offseason, which will be important for him remaining on the court. Backing him up at center will now be freshman Jaedon LeDee. At last month’s Big Ten media day, Holtmann named LeDee as an example as a big man who might need extra time to develop. Without Potter, he won’t be afforded that luxury.

So, is LeDee ready to play the minutes Ohio State will require of him?

“We'll see. I think his attitude has been tremendous,” Holtmann said. “He's got to get in better shape and he has to continue to learn kind of what our expectations are and how we want him to play on both ends. The thing that translates for Jae, right now, is he goes and pursues the ball at a really high level. He always has.”

Young called LeDee a “super skilled big man” with impressive physicality and rebounding ability, though he said the freshman needs to get more repetitions in games.

Potter was expected to back up Wesson at center. Without him, not only will LeDee play more minutes than expected, but the Buckeyes could go small with Kyle Young at center, a wing – such as Andre Wesson, Musa Jallow or Justin Ahrens – at power forward and three guards.

Holtmann said he wasn’t ready to give a “definitive answer” about how the rotation will change with Potter gone.

“Obviously, (Potter) was a guy that was going to be a significant part of our rotation,” Holtmann said. “So, how that dynamic changes our rotation moving forward, I've got to continue to look at it. Obviously Jae, we'll need to continue to get Jae ready. And then there might be some guys that positionally, there might be some times that we (don't) play with a center, just play with a couple forwards. We've got to look at that. And we did some of that last year, as well.”


          No. 21 UCLA routs Fort Wayne 96-71 to open 100th season      Cache   Translate Page      
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kris Wilkes scored a career-high 27 points, Moses Brown had a double-double in his collegiate debut, and No. 21 UCLA routed Fort Wayne 96-71 on Tuesday night to open its 100th season of basketball.Standing 7-foot-1 — an inch
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          Book Review: “The Insignificant Moments” By Jeremy Asher      Cache   Translate Page      
Stuffed poignantly with sugary charm, Insignificant Moments, a romance by Jeremy Asher, is a pleasant read with a hint of a storyline that has a whisper of Nicholas Sparks. Asher is one our own, an Indiana native who grew up in the little town of New Haven and currently resides in Fort Wayne with his wife (an English teacher) and three children. After spending much of his life writing for his own pleasure, Asher sent the woman he was dating (his current wife) a short story he had written as means of impressing her. With her encouragement to write a full length book, Asher produced Insignificant Moments some years later.
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Part 3 They had a deal where the train ride was free to everyone on the day we visited.  Earlier in our visit, we saw it went past some beautiful fall foliage so we decided to ride the train.  We ended up the next people up for the ride when we got in line so… Continue reading Halloween at the Zoo (Part 4) – Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo
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          Rank misogyny has been just as blatant as Trump's racism in this campaign      Cache   Translate Page      
Rank misogyny has been just as blatant as Trump's racism in this campaign

by digby



He's basically been calling Latinx migrants vermin and referring to black candidates as "unqualified" and "thieves."  But let's not forget that his incessant braying about Kavanaugh every night is nothing more than unfiltered misogyny:

Barely a month after CNN reported that President Trump’s initially “respectful” treatment of a sexual assault accuser left his aides “quietly stunned,” President Trump’s last two speeches before Tuesday’s midterm elections attacked the women who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

“This woman came out and said she made up the story,” Trump said on Monday evening in Fort Wayne, Indiana, referring to a woman in Kentucky who reportedly admits she fabricated an allegation against Kavanaugh.

As the crowd started chanting “lock her up!” Trump added, “And they gotta look at the other ones also, folks, because... take a look at the other ones, folks!”


By “other ones,” Trump was referring to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, two women who accuse Kavanuagh of sexual assault.

A couple hours later in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Trump seized upon news of the fabricated Kavanaugh allegation to make a case that all of the women who accused Kavanaugh of misconduct were lying.

“It was false accusations, it was a scam, it was fake, it was all fake!” Trump said, ignoring that both Ford and Ramirez have corroborating evidence for their claims.


Shortly after she came forward publicly with her account of being assaulted by Kavanaugh at a party while they were in high school, Ford disclosed she and her family weren’t living at home because of threats she was receiving. Trump, however, called for renewed scrutiny on her anyway.

Despite what Trump’s comments might lead people to believe, neither Ford or Ramirez have recanted any part of their claims against Kavanaugh. But the president’s decision to attack and subject them to further threats and public ridicule illustrates why women are reluctant to come forward with allegations against powerful men in the first place.

“Lock her up!” chants weren’t just directed toward Kavanaugh accusers on Monday night. During his rally in Missouri, Rush Limbaugh and U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley (R) each prompted the chant to be directed toward the typical object of Trump’s abuse, Hillary Clinton.

If women do come out to vote for Democrats in the numbers predicted in the polling, Republicans have no one to blame but their Dear Leader and themselves for their disgusting behavior toward the women of this country.

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          Braun defeats Donnelly in Indiana U.S. Senate race      Cache   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON – Republican Mike Braun has defeated Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in Indiana, a blow to Democrats trying to maintain their hold on red states that backed President Donald Trump.

With 58 percent of precincts reporting, Braun led Donnelly 54 percent to 42 percent when the Associated Press called the race. Libertarian nominee Lucy Brenton trailed with 4 percent.

The Senate contest in the Hoosier State was expected to be close, and it’s the only race that remained a Toss-up heading into Election Day, according to ratings by Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales.

Trump made Indiana one of his final campaign stops, with a rally in Fort Wayne on the eve of the election. In a state he carried by 19 points and where he remains popular, both candidates had to play up their willingness to work with the president.

Donnelly, a moderate Democrat elected to the Senate in 2012, even ran ads saying he supported building Trump’s border wall. He voted against the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh but tried to distance himself from the “radical left.”

Braun won a three-way primary in May by casting himself as a businessman outsider in the model of Trump. He barely mentioned that he was a former state representative, while casting two rival congressmen as career politicians. Instead, he talked about his distribution business, with most of his general election ads showing him walking around a warehouse.

Democrats tried to turn that same business background into a vulnerability on the campaign trail, with both sides trying to make this contest about outsourcing. Democrats pummeled Braun for his business record – which included importing auto parts from China – and for workplace violations. Republicans, meanwhile, attacked Donnelly for once owning a stake in his brother’s company, which used Mexican labor.

Donnelly had the upper-hand for much of the contest following the primary. Braun spent more than $6 million of his own money to win the nomination, but he ran a lackluster campaign over the summer. Republicans worried that he wasn’t putting more of his own funds into the race and that he wasn’t active enough on the trail, especially not in deeply conservative areas of the state where he needed to run up the score.

But Braun began to pick up momentum in the fall, partly because Republicans were tuning in late, partly because he kicked more money into his campaign, and partly because of Kavanaugh. Donnelly was one of three Democrats to vote for Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch last year, but his break with Trump on Kavanaugh may have turned off some GOP and independent voters who’d been willing to stick with him over Braun.

Donnelly has been called “the accidental senator” for winning the 2012 race against state Treasurer Richard Mourdock, whose gaffe about rape two weeks before the election turned off suburban GOP voters. But Donnelly supporters had hoped his “Hoosier common sense” campaign, which gave moderate Republicans in the so-called doughnut counties permission to vote for a Democrat in 2012, would help propel the senator over the finish line this year.


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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- One person is in critical condition after a stabbing on the city’s southeast side.
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          Trumpism on the line as America heads to the polls      Cache   Translate Page      

After a divisive campaign marked by fierce clashes over race, immigration and other cultural issues, Americans are voting on Tuesday to determine the balance of power in the US Congress and shape the future of Donald Trump's presidency. The first national elections since Trump captured the White House in a stunning 2016 upset will be a referendum on the polarizing Republican president and his hardline policies, and a test of whether Democrats can turn the energy of the liberal anti-Trump resistance into victories at the ballot box. "Everything we have achieved is at stake tomorrow," Trump told supporters on Monday night in Fort Wayne, Indiana, at one of three rallies he held to stoke turnout on the last day before the election. All 435 seats in the US House of Representatives, 35 Senate seats and 36 governorships are up for grabs in elections focused on dozens of competitive races from coast to coast that opinion polls show could go either way. Democrats are favoured by election forecasters to pick up the minimum of 23 House seats they need for a majority, which would enable them to stymie Trump's legislative agenda and investigate his administration. Republicans are expected to...
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CNN producer Matt Hoye tweeted video of CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta signing autographs at the Trump MAGA rally in Fort Wayne, Indiana on Tuesday. Hoye's tweet: "At last @realDonaldTrump #Trump rally of the season for us in Fort Wayne, Indiana @Acosta got dozens of requests to sign autographs but this one cracked me up. #cnn #realnews."
          Former Wawasee Prep/Our Lady Of The Lake Seminary Teacher Added To List Of Priests Accused Of Abuse      Cache   Translate Page      
FORT WAYNE — The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend has added the name of Gerald Funcheon, who was a member of the Crosier Congregation, not a diocesan priest, to the list of those priests credibly accused of abuse of a minor. Funcheon has been added to the Diocese list Read More
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          Final Day before Election — Learn the Lesson of The Great War      Cache   Translate Page      

Monday November 5, the last day before the most important U.S. midterm election in history, will see Donald Trump speak at three rallies — in Cleveland, Ohio; Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The fake-news press is hysterical that Donald Trump may have overcome the British-instigated McCarthyite witch hunt against him, aimed at provoking a war with Russia and China. This is exemplified by the War Party's leading newspaper, the Washington Post, whose lead op-ed today by Dana Milbank is titled: "We Have No Excuses Now. Our Eyes Are Wide Open." He details what he views as Trump's evil ways, including: "He took Vladimir Putin's word over that of the U.S. intelligence community, accepting Russia's denial that it interfered in our election." He concludes: "Will we take a step, even a small one, back from the ugliness and the race-baiting that has engulfed our country? Or will we affirm that we are really the intolerant and frightened people Donald Trump has made us out to be?"

But the truth is far different than the evil {Washington Post} would have Americans believe. Helga Zepp-LaRouche, looking ahead to the critical meeting to take place between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin on the sideline of the event honoring the 100th Anniversary of the World War I Armistice, taking place in Paris on Nov. 11, issued a statement: "Sleepwalking — Have we learned how the First World War Came About?" In reporting on her recent trip to Moscow, she notes that her many meetings with representatives of leading institutions gave her a "first-hand impression of what the Russian point of view of the strategic situation looks like. From the various steps taken by the West and NATO — NATO's expansion up to the Russian borders, the build-up of the missile defense system in Romania and Poland which can be transformed into an offensive system within a very short time, the cancellation of the ABM Treaty, and now of the INF Treaty, as well as the different 'narratives' portraying Russia as the enemy image and Putin as a demon — the Russian leadership has very clearly drawn the conclusion that a major war cannot be ruled out."

World War I had no legitimate cause. The British believed in the Halford Mackinder doctrine of "geopolitics," that in order to sustain their power, based on their control of the seas and the global financial system, they needed to prevent any coalition of nations across Eurasia from achieving the power to challenge the Empire. Such development projects as Germany's Berlin-Baghdad Railroad, or Russia's Trans-Siberian Railroad, creating connectivity among the nations of Eurasia, were in themselves intolerable threats to the Empire. Better to blow things up with a "lovely little war," to keep the world divided and weak. That war so destroyed Europe and so punished the loser Germany, that the rise of Hitler and the horror of World War II was the almost inevitable result.

And so, again today, the British Empire and its assets in the U.S. have unleashed hysteria and lies against Russia and China, against the "connectivity" of the New Silk Road. They are clearly willing to blow it up, if necessary to preserve the Empire — mistakenly called "our Western way of life" or the "rule of law." What they fear most is the fact that nearly every nation of Asia, Africa, Ibero-America, and even many European nations, are openly joining with Russia and China in the new paradigm of "win-win" development through the Belt and Road, which could spell the end of the Empire — especially if the upstart President of the United States were allowed to carry out his stated intention to establish friendly relations between the United States and Russia and China. In addition to the sideline meeting with Putin in Paris, Trump plans to hold full summit meetings with both Putin and Xi Jinping at the end of November at the G20 Summit in Argentina, just a few weeks after the midterm election.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche concludes her statement by calling for an end to geopolitics altogether, to replace it "with a new paradigm of the idea of mankind as a whole.... If we have learned anything from the tragedies of the 20th century, then we must now learn to think about mankind in a completely different way." Americans will be tested Tuesday, to reject the "Democratic" War Party, and to join the urgent campaign to build that new paradigm.


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‘Tis the season for family fun! Take time to enjoy the holidays together in Fort Wayne, Indiana! Fort Wayne kicks off the holiday seasons with Night of Lights on November 21. The Night of Lights is a Fort Wayne tradition... Read more

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The Indiana Pacers announced today they have assigned forward Alize Johnson and guard Edmond Sumner to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, presented by Lutheran ... - G League Fort Wayne Mad Ants
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