United States Roster Falling To Pieces Ahead Of Remaining 2014 World Cup Qualifiers

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See our privacy policy for more information. Thank You! The item has been sent to . The first event to be staged outside Europe was the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington in 2010. Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt The Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) announced Oct. 3 that it has received formal expressions of interest from Great Britain, the United States, and Canada to host the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) in 2018, after reopening the bidding process on July 1. The United States has identified two potential host citiesWellington, Fla., and Lexington, Ky.and Great Britain will have to confirm the proposed host city with the FEI before the Nov. 15 deadline for bid applicant questionnaires. Canada confirmed its initial bid to host the 2018 games in Bromont/Montreal. However, the FEI Bureau opted not to allocate the games to Canada at its July meeting after the Canadian delegation was unable to provide the full public sector financial support required. As a result, the Bureau reopened the bidding process for 2018, but expressed the hope that Canada would confirm its decision to continue in the bidding process. The bureau said at the time that any follow-up bid from Canada would be evaluated in the same way as other applicants. The bid applicant questionnaires will be reviewed by the FEI Evaluation Commission before the host city candidates are announced on Dec. 2, 2013.

“An Attack on the Governance and the Constitutional Order of the United States”

But Klinsmann (pictured along with Clint Dempsey ) will tell you that opportunities to fine tune and tweak between now and next summer are precious and few, and squandering these chances to reinforce all good tenets and to further fuse the combinations is wasteful. Either way, hes not going to have that chance over the next couple of weeks; his plan to use these upcoming qualifiers for further World Cup prep is unraveling, and quickly so. Lets look at the first-choice players who will not be available, or who will be limited in their fitness and abilities due to recent injuries: Michael Bradley could return to the training field for Roma this week, but his ongoing ankle injury makes a trip to the United States seem less and less likely. Everybody should know by now that Bradley is the one absolutely indispensable piece to this U.S. puzzle, so any efforts at a top performance begins with their midfield glue. Clint Dempseys hamstring issue (Where did he get this thing? No one seems to know.) has kept the U.S. attacker out of Seattles last two matches. Even if Dempseys condition improves, Seattle is likely to lobby for keeping him, for playoff positioning and Supporters Shield pursuits next week. Considering Dempsey is Major League Soccers top wage earner, it seems like a reasonable request. (MORE: U.S. Soccer and Jones refute reports of injury) Jermaine Jones status may be up in the air; reports out of Germany say surgery will have Jones on the shelf for a few weeks. But Jones and U.S.

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It is an attack on the governance and the constitutional order of the United States. Right on. But it should be recognized that this “attack on the governance and the constitutional order of the United States” — with Republicans using blackmail to extort powers that the American people have given, in recent elections, to the other major political party– is only the latest in what has virtually been a war against the constitutional order of the United States that has been waged from the right for more than a decade. So how far back does this right-wing war against the American democracy go? I don’t believe the chronicle need go all the way back to Nixon’s crimes in Watergate, which nonetheless struck a blow against the fundamental idea that we are a nation of laws and not of men. Nor would I include the transgressions of Reagan and Co. in the Iran Contra scandal (compounded subsequently by the pardons issued by Bush the First giving a free pass to those in the Reagan administration who’d been convicted of law-breaking), even though these events demonstrated a frightening willingness –that may have been an early symptom of the power grabs to come– to run roughshod over the law and the separation of powers. Perhaps the best place to begin the chronicle of this war on “the governance and constitutional order of the United States” is with the relentless effort by the Republicans, in the age of Gingrich, from the beginning of the Clinton presidency, to find a way to bring that president down, launching one bogus investigation after another until at last they found evidence of marital infidelity, which they proceeded to inflate into a “high crime and misdemeanor” they could use to impeach the President of the United States. Without doubt, however, the history of this war against the American democracy would focus hard on the presidency of George W. Bush. With enough impeachable offenses to fill a book –as several responsible observers demonstrated during that era with books like Elizabeth de la Vega’s UNITED STATES v. GEORGE W. BUSH ET AL.– the Republicans gave us with Bush the most lawless presidency in the history of the nation. Now we are in the era of this anti-democratic party’s scandalous conduct while in opposition, during the Obama presidency– working to delegitimize the president (with birther lies), usurping power through an abuse of the filibuster, unprecedented outright obstructionism to cripple the government the people elected, a persistent disregard of public opinion and election results (except, of course, when those were supportive of the GOP agenda), suppression of voters’ rights at the state level, etc.

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