Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said today in a press conference that this county already has a substantial homeless problem and a health crisis with the Hepatitis A outbreak. He said currently Palm Beach County is not capable or prepared to absorb 500 undocumented immigrants a month on an indefinite basis.Palm Beach County Mayor Mack Bernard also speaking at the presser said that the county may be forced to declare a National Emergency.WATCH LIVE: Sheriff Ric Bradshaw discusses plan to move migrants from border to Palm Beach County.Trump’s plan: https://t.co/Jo1IYfe0Gr https://t.co/VcMBa6y8oY— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) May 16, 2019 The Trump administration and U.S. Border Patrol suddenly announced, without any warning, that within the next two weeks 135 illegal migrants, will be transported to Palm Beach and Broward Counties twice a week and released into the local population. Local officials say this is a danger to the community and the hundreds of individuals will simply issued “a notice to appear.”Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw says the federal government will be sending 1,000 undocumented immigrants a month to Broward and Palm from Texas with no plan on how to accommodate them. “We think it is a danger to this community.” They’ll be issued notices to appear. pic.twitter.com/BhQoWX9FK7— Skyler Swisher (@SkylerSwisher) May 16, 2019 According to border patrol, the migrants will be shipped into Palm Beach and Broward Counties with a notice to appear, and then they will be released into the already strained, unsustainable population never to be seen again.Currently, officials do not know who these people are, if they have health problems, if they have transportation or financial means.Sheriff Bradshaw indicated some of the migrants may have indicated when they were intercepted at the Mexico/Texas border that they ultimately wanted to end up in Florida and that’s why they are being sent here.The 500 migrants flooding into Palm Beach County each month could be made up of family units or adult males, possibly with a criminal background.
Megan McCormick / The Badger HeraldWith apologies to Grantland Rice:Outlined against a blue-gray May sky, the Four Horsemen rode again. In dramatic lore they are known as Famine, Pestilence, Destruction and Death. These are only aliases. Their real names are Evans, Kleist, Brackeen and that kid who draws “Tanked Life” (Steven?). They formed the crest of the Daily Cardinal cyclone before which another fighting Badger Herald softball team was swept over the precipice at Vilas Park Friday afternoon, as a few dozen spectators peered down on the bewildering panorama spread on the muddy green plain below.A cyclone can’t be snared. It may be surrounded, but somewhere it breaks through to keep on going. When the cyclone starts from Vilas Hall, where the candle lights still gleam through the Wisconsin sugar maples, those in the way must take to storm cellars at top speed.Friday the cyclone struck again as The Daily Cardinal beat The Badger Herald, 7-6, with a set of star batsmen that ripped and crashed through a strong Herald defense with more speed and power than the warring journalists could meet.After winning last year’s game the cyclone was indeed snared early on, falling behind the Herald 4-0 after the first two innings. With that advantage, the Herald players could perhaps be forgiven the faintest hints of optimism.Maybe, they might have thought, this year would be different from the last. Maybe this team was good enough. Maybe their newspaper isn’t a visually boring bastion of the passive voice that people flip past on their way to read drivel like “SO to the coastie wearing Uggs!!!1 lolz.”But this year wouldn’t. That team wasn’t. And their newspaper is.The Cardinal cyclone soon restored order to the world, crushing that optimism in a valiant comeback and pulling past their Herald counterparts with great hitting, expert baserunning and a suffocating defense led by pitcher Matt Kleist. The Cardinal cruised to the win as Kleist pitched his way through a tense final inning that ended when Herald Sports Content Editor Kelly Erickson popped out with the tying run on third base.“It was a rocky start, but once the Herald actually started obeying its batting order and not putting the same five guys up to bat every inning, we turned it around,” Kleist said.Epic comebacks that will echo in the halls of glory for an eternity aside, Friday’s game was packed with intense action, controversial calls and the thrilling specter of a six-foot, seven-inch photo editor attempting to reverse direction in a muddy field to avoid getting doubled up on a fly out. It was truly a sight to behold.Umpire, journalism professor and cigar enthusiast James Baughman ruled over a heated but fair game between the rivals, often taking anticipation-packed extra seconds to call base runners out or safe to up the intensity whenever he could.“One of my good friends from Harvard used to always tell me, ‘Jim’ – and he’d always talk like that, and I would tell him, ‘What is wrong with your jaw?’ – anyway, he’d always tell me, ‘Jim, you simply have to make the most of the spotlight when it’s on you.’ And I’ve lived with that advice every day since,” Baughman said. “The only other place where I have so much attention on me is my cats at feeding time, but we all know how fickle Grady is.”After the game, Cardinalistas moved on to the flip cup table to dominate their foes in another arena, before shifting their focus back to kicking the Herald’s ass in the last weeks of the semester. The cyclone, as it always does, rages on.
Zimbabwe have been expelled from 2018 World Cup qualifying for failing to pay coach Jose Claudinei Georgini.Football’s world governing body Fifa said in a statement it had taken the action “as a result of the non-payment of an outstanding debt”.Fifa added that Zimbabwe’s Football Association (Zifa) failed to make the payments despite a grace period.It ends Zimbabwe’s chances of reaching the finals in Russia before the Warriors have even kicked a ball.Brazilian former national coach Georgini has been owed money since 2008 and Zifa was first ordered by Fifa in 2012 to pay the money.Zifa is in dire financial trouble, with debts of over US$4m, and was recently forced ti auction assets from its Fifa-financed training centre to settle a legal dispute with a former employee.