February 1st, 2009


Northeast Intelligence Network » Blog Archive » Obama gives hope to terrorists

"Perhaps the most misunderstood or misrepresented belief about Muslim terrorists is WHY they commit terrorist acts. Muslim terrorists do not commit acts of terror out of despair, but out of hope. Hope that the U.S. will abandon its support for Israel, and hope for Israel’s total annihilation. Hope for the acquiescence by the West to succumb to their loftier goals of complete domination. Hope, not despair is the motivating factor behind homicide bombings and rocket attacks in Israel, and behind the actions of 9/11 type terrorist who have their sights set on the U.S. and the West."

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Alex Flanagan used to be on ESPN before she left to work for the NLF Network. She’s married with two daughters (total MILF alert!) and I gotta admit, I prefer to watch her over Rich Eisen’s any day.  Alex is on NBC Super Bowl pregame now.  Who says there are no reasons to watch the NFL Network after the game!      


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Zebras for Super Bowl XLIII


Tampa, FL (Sports Network) - Terry McAulay has been selected as the referee to head the seven-man crew that will officiate Super Bowl XLIII between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

McAulay, who is concluding his 11th season as an NFL game official, previously served as the referee for Super Bowl XXXIX between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. This will mark his 10th career playoff game. He's also officiated five conference championship games, two divisional playoff contests and one wild card game.

Joining McAulay will be umpire Roy Ellison, head linesman Derick Bowers, line judge Mark Perlman, field judge Greg Gautreaux, side judge Michael Banks and back judge Keith Ferguson. The Super Bowl crew has a combined 55 years of NFL officiating experience and has combined for 43 postgame assignments.

Bob McGrath is the replay assistant and will be working his sixth postseason game.

Under the NFL officiating program's evaluation system, the highest-rated officials at each position with the appropriate experience earn the right to work the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl officials must have five years of NFL experience and previous playoff assignments.