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Kershaw Strikes Out 14 As Dodgers Win 4-2 Vs. Nationals

WASHINGTON D.C. (AP) —  Clayton Kershaw injected some normalcy into what had been a strange 24 hours at Nationals Park.

Kershaw continued his mastery of the Nationals, striking out a season-high 14 in eight shutout innings and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Washington 4-2 to earn a split of the two games decided Saturday. 710 more words


Carl Frampton Wins UD Against Alejandro González, Jr.

Carl Frampton retains his IBF Super Bantamweight titles after a UD win against Alejandro González, Jr..

The fight started off a little rocky at first for Frampton, getting knocked down twice in the first round. 74 more words

Cheerleaders Have Employee Rights

July 17, 2015 (SACRAMENTO) A bill by California State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego) to better protect cheerleaders of professional sports from workplace abuses by guaranteeing them basic employee rights under California law was signed into law by Gov. 384 more words


A story about Spain that´s not true.

This is a story I tell myself about Spain. In which, we, that is Spain and I, have taken a long journey from provincial prejudice and relative isolation, benighted by a reactionary Catholicism, into a cosmopolitan, outward looking Europe of tolerance and modernity. 2,005 more words

About the Author: Luis Samuel Gonzalez

The following information was added to the “About Luis Samuel González” page on this blog…


Born “Luis Samuel González” in Ponce, Puerto Rico, the author changed his legal name to Sándor Luis Samuel González Márai. 111 more words

Luis Samuel Gonzalez

California New Paid Sick Law In Force Today

July 1, 2015 (San Diego) 6.5 million workers are to benefit from mandatory sick days law signed into law this year. This bill was authored by Assembly Woman Lorena Gonzalez (AD-80.) It guarantees at least three paid sick days to every California private sector employee. 627 more words


Governor Signs Vaccination Bill

June 30, 2015 (SACRAMENTO) Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 277, which mandates children attending either public or private school are vaccinated. This will come into effect on July 1, 2016. 544 more words