“Moderate” Democrats Sneakily Side with the Rich

It seems to me that most Americans regard politics as some kind of game – like football or baseball. They’re fans of one party or the other and vote that way regardless. They treat the whole thing as a professional sport with no real consequences for their lives. But politics is a matter of life […]
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St. George’s College seeking redemption

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, USA:It’s impossible for Jamaicans to imagine any track meet featuring high school athletes bigger than the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association’s (ISSA) Boys and Girls’ Championships. But for the athletes on St George’s College’s 4×100 team, who made it to today’s final at the 117th Penn Relays at Franklin Field here, the event will […]
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Edwin Allen, Vere shine – Score wins in Championships of Americas relays

PHILADELPHIA, USA — Edwin Allen High won the 4x800m in the second fastest time ever and Vere Technical won their first Mile Relay title in 17 years as the Jamaican high school girls won two Championships of Americas relay titles on yesterday’s second day of the 117th Penn Relays Carnival at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. […]
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Relay hunt – J’can teams target 4x100m, 4x800m gold at ‘Penns’

PHILADELPHIA, USA — Jamaican high school boys relays teams are well set to at least repeat their two wins from last year on the final day of the 117th Penn Relays at Franklin Field here in Philadelphia. Eight schools led by Kingston College qualified for both the Championships of Americas 4x100m final and the 4x800m […]
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Edwin Allen qualifies for three relay finals at Penns

PHILADELPHIA, USA – Edwin Allen High School lit up a dark and dreary and at times rainy Franklin Field yesterday with some brilliant running to qualify for three Championships of Americas relays finals on today’s second day of the 117th Penn Relays here in Philadelphia. The Michael Dyke coached girls also won three individual events […]
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‘Edwin’ treble! Tracey’s record sets stage for Penn assault

PHILADELPHIA, USA — Ristananna Tracey of Edwin Allen High finally won an international intermediate hurdles title after racing to a record 56.17 seconds on the opening day of the 117th Penn Relays at the Franklin Field Stadium here yesterday. After several mishaps and a second place last year, Tracey finally landed a big event as […]
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