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September 20th, 2020
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MANHATTAN — Diego Sanchez, Hugoton, a Kansas State University [ ... ]

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Winning starts with eliminating the massive number of turnovers

By EARL WATT

Leader & Times

Teams don’t turn a corner over night, and the Redskins weren’t able to upset the Hays Indians Friday night despite showing marked improvement on both defense and offense.

Turnovers proved to be the difference.

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Turnovers doom Liberal in 27-13 loss to Hays

Lady Redskins knock off Red Demons Thursday in four sets

Liberal takes 1st at home tournament

Redskins top Buffaloes, 4-3

Second half dooms Redskins in 7-0 loss to Dodge City at the Burial Grounds

Katie Classen hits the ball Thursday at the Ol’ Hank [ ... ]

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Liberal’s Trystian Juarez (21) and Alex Esparz (7) [ ... ]

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Aubrey Warden takes a shot against Pampa, Texas, earlier [ ... ]

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Liberal’s Trystian Juarez (21) and Alex Esparz (7) tackle Roy Morni in Hays Friday. The defense showed [ ... ]

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Aubrey Warden takes a shot against Pampa, Texas, earlier this season. Warden led the Lady Redskins to [ ... ]

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Katie Classen hits the ball Thursday at the Ol’ Hank Rowley Tennis Complex. Classen took first. L&T [ ... ]

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AJ Ramirez, takes a shot at the Garden City goal Thursday at Redskin Field. The Redskins defeated [ ... ]

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Optimism is the key strategy for a Trump victory

GUEST COLUMN, Dick Morris

 

The Democratic Convention opened the door for the Trump campaign to run on a central theme: belief in America.

The dour pessimism which oozed from every orifice at the convention sets up a beautiful contrast between the two candidates and their parties: optimism v. pessimism; belief in America v. doubt about America.

Democrats believe the virus may conquer us. Republicans believe we will conquer the virus.

Democrats predict a shaky economy at best and a prolonged recession at worst. But Republicans believe the ongoing economic comeback will continue and, if Trump wins, accelerate.

Democrats believe Iran is out of control and that the Middle East may erupt into another war. Republicans believe that our sanctions have crippled Iran and only the hope of a Biden victory sustains the Mullahs.

Republicans also believe that the recent peace deals in the Middle East set up a grand anti-Iran coalition of Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States against Iran and that they will cut off funding from Hamas.

So the Trump campaign should say to the Democrats: How can you lead a country when you don’t believe in its future? Republicans should sound the theme: Believe in American and make it great again.

The Biden campaign would rather make the race a personal referendum on Trump’s style, temperament and personality. But the race will inevitably revolve around the Trump record and what it means for our future.

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