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Sunday, March 18, 2018

OPINION | WHITE HOUSE: There's a Blamer-in-Chief in the Oval Office Trump never admits fault. That's dishonest. It's also dangerous.

Donald Trump knows a little history. But he can read a short take, so someone should slip him a copy of Dwight Eisenhower's brief note of June 5, 1944, on the eve of the largest seaborne assault in history, D-Day, with World War II at stake.

"The troops, the air, and the Navy did all that Bravery and devotion to duty could do," the supreme allied commander wrote in a message he intended to deliver only if the Normandy invasion failed. "If any blame or fault attaches to the attempt, it is mine alone."

Imagine Trump's reaction. He'd probably wonder why Ike didn't blame a British military leader like Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery or insult General George C. Marshall. And what about President Franklin D. Roosevelt? The Germans are laughing their asses off.

OPINION | FOREIGN POLICY: Unpredictability makes sense in a world where all you have are enemies - Pros and Cons of Trump's Random Foreign Policy

Suppose President Donald Trump’s foreign policy is random. I mean really random: Like random luck, designed only in so far as to fluctuate wildly between different, opposing strategic views.

In this thought experiment, it’s not a bug but a feature that the U.S. is pulling away from a nuclear nonproliferation agreement with Iran even as it seeks to negotiate one with North Korea. Similarly, it’s an intentional accident that Trump might replace the realist National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster with the conservative idealist John Bolton.

TV Review: ‘The Last O.G.,’ From Tracy Morgan

At times, “The Last O.G.” is as harrowing as a drama. Star and executive producer Tracy Morgan play Tray, a character the audience meets on the day he finishes a 15-year prison sentence.

Man Arrested for Bomb Threat That Caused Cancellation of Roots’ SXSW Show

Austin Police arrested a man late Saturday in connection with a bomb threat that caused the cancellation of the Roots’ show at South by Southwest conference.

Trevor Weldon Ingram, 26, allegedly emailed Live Nation Music on Saturday afternoon saying there was a bomb planted at the Fair Market venue, according to a police statement. The officers searched the venue and “no threat was found,” but Bud Light, the show’s sponsor, decided to cancel the event in the interest of audience safety, although the announcement was not made until the show was scheduled to begin and a large crowd had gathered.

Prairie View A&M Softball Takes the Final Two of the Three Game Series against Alabama A&M

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Prairie View A&M softball team put on a hitting clinic in SWAC doubleheader action against Alabama A&M as it earned an 11-1 decision in game one and a 12-0 five-inning victory at the Lady Bulldog Field to close out the three-game series.

Alabama State Lady Hornets drop series to Southern, 7-4

MONTGOMERY, Ala. | Alabama State fell to Southern 7-4 in the final game of their Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) series Saturday afternoon at the Barbara Williams Softball Complex.

Southern scored three runs in the first three innings and started their scoring when Jazmine Dukes reached on a fielder's choice that brought home a pair of runs before she drove in another in the third on a squeeze to put Southern up 3-0.

Faulkner blisters Loyola, earns Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) sweep

NEW ORLEANS, La. - Top-ranked Faulkner (28-2, 7-2 SSAC) completed the three-game sweep of Southern States Athletic Conference foe Loyola (15-15, 1-7 SSAC) with a 13-2 (8) pummeling here this afternoon.

TRAVELING TO MONTGOMERY? Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Montgomery at Chantilly Parkway

TRAVELING TO MONTGOMERY? Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Montgomery at Chantilly Parkway
Whether you’re visiting for business in Alabama’s capital city or touring the many universities in the area, the Country Inn & Suites By Carlson®, Montgomery at Chantilly Parkway is the perfect home base. With proximity to both I-85 and I-65, traveling between local attractions couldn’t be easier. Explore the rich culture of the city by visiting Alabama State University, the Montgomery Zoo and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Unwind with a dip in the heated indoor pool or re-energize with a workout in our fitness center. Stay connected with friends and family via free high-speed Internet access before a restful night’s sleep.

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
Founded in 1962, The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the nation’s oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships to military children. For 54 years, we’ve been providing access to affordable education for the children of Marine and Navy Corpsman attending post-high school, under-graduate and career technical education programs. In that time, we have provided more than 37,000 scholarships worth nearly $110 million.