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Axis of Right Radio, Show #13, July 21, 2011

July 21, 2011

Episode #13 of Axis of Right Radio is now available. In this unlucky episode #13 (in which much of the podcast made the cutting room floor), Axis of Right takes a look at the ongoing debt ceiling debate, and then has a roundtable of various topics ranging from Derek Jeter’s 3000th career hit to how [...]

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USA Beats Brazil in Women’s World Cup

July 10, 2011

I love those kinds of games when after it’s over you feel out of breath.  This was one of those games.  The USA defeated Brazil 2-2 [PK 5-3] (click here to see the scoring highlights) to move to the semifinals.  But, that cold statistic doesn’t do the game justice: After a Brazil own-goal in the [...]

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USA Exits World Cup in 2-1 Loss to Ghana

June 26, 2010

Yup, you read it — Ghana! Losing in extra-time 2-1 to Ghana (?!), the United States’ brief quadrennial flirtation with that dirty third-world sport we call soccer will soon wane until the 2014 World Cup, or until the Ladies can win some gold in the 2012 Olympic Summer Games (one of the members of the [...]

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Ireland Gets Screwed at World Cup Qualifier

November 18, 2009

You may not know much about soccer, but one thing I think we all know is that you’re not supposed to touch to ball with your hands, unless you’re the goalie. Here’s what happened to Ireland today in their qualifying match against France: Not cool… ou pas bon! (pardon my French)

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