Ariel Prieto, a coach and interpreter on Torey Lovullo’s staff, was pictured wearing the watch in the dugout during NL wild-card game. MLB was investigating the matter.
Apparently the Diamondbacks didn’t get MLB commissioner Rob Manfred’s memo last month in the wake of iGate.
Surely it was an honest mistake.
Sen. Ted Cruz isn’t being heavy-handed with the staffer who “liked” a porn tweet.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) denied that he was the one who liked a pornographic video from his Twitter account, CNN reports. Said Cruz: “It was not me,” while calling the mishap “an honest mistake” by a staffer in his office.
An Idaho man on an annual fishing trip to the Flame Gorge in Utah landed a 57-pound lake trout that measured 48 inches for a state record in the catch-and-release category. Sidney Cellan of Soda Springs caught the massive lake troutShow More Summary
Responding to Sarah Palin’s lawsuit for defamation, an attorney for the New York Times told a federal judge that the paper of record made “an honest mistake.” On June 14, the Times published an editorial headlined “America’s Lethal Politics” in the aftermath of the shooting of GOP U.S. Show More Summary
On Friday, a lawyer for the New York Times, arguing before a Manhattan federal judge, claimed that the paper made "an honest mistake in posting the editorial" claiming that Sarah Palin directly incited the shooting of Arizona Congresswoman...Show More Summary
PREPARE YOURSELF FOR MORE “HONEST MISTAKES:” Uh Oh. Pollsters Are Screwing Up Again. Most national pollsters are back churning out biased and misleading poll numbers after recovering from their shock over President Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group analysis. “I do know inherently there is a Democratic […]
Attorneys for The New York Times asked that Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against it be dismissed because the paper made “an honest mistake” when it claimed she incited a shooting in 2011 that severely wounded then-Rep. Gabby Giffords, D-Ariz., and killed six other people. “There was an honest mistake in posting the editorial,” lawyer David […]
NO OF COURSE NOT, BUT AS WITH CNN’S MELTDOWN LAST WEEK, THE LAWYERS ARE LOOKING FOR ANY WAY OUT. Neo-Neocon: Can it be an “Honest Mistake” for the Times to Make Stuff Up about Sarah Palin?
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THE TIMES AND ‘HONEST’ SHOULDN’T APPEAR IN THE SAME SENTENCE: NY Times says blaming Palin for shooting was ‘an honest mistake.’
Politico: When Kris Kobach, Kansas’ aggressive secretary of state, convinced the state legislature to give him prosecutorial power to pursue voter fraud, he said it was necessary to root out tens of thousands of undocumented aliens who were voting as … Continue reading ?
There are so many things that can get good, hard-working people fired. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. A recent study from the ePolicy Institute surveyed more than 300 companies and found that a third of them have...Show More Summary
Saw this on @TheIGMilitia on Instagram. Some comments say that the person in the brown pants is Miami Dade PD. More importantly is the woman holding the yellow mug. Some think she may be prior Marines due to the folded cuff of the T-shirt. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) White House press secretary Sean Spicer is under intense fire for saying during a press conference, in the context of condemning Bashar al-Assad, that Adolph Hitler “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” Hitler does not appear ever to have authorized the use of chemical weapons on the battle field. Show More Summary
Asks The Washington Post about this: This morning @EPA sent out a press release highlighting reaction to Trump's climate Executive Order...this first quote seems off message: pic.twitter.com/Na2EWCrBzj — Patrick Ambrosio (@Pat_Ambrosio) March 30, 2017 Let me ask you: Honest mistake or deliberate sabotage? I have no way of knowing. Show More Summary