The Daily Populous

Monday November 4th, 2019 night edition

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The Willie Taggart era is over in Tallahassee after almost two short years following an embarrasing, blowout loss to a not very good Miami team.

How many times can you call a timeout on a special teams play because you only have ten men on the field?.

Florida State is 4-5 and on the cusp of missing a bowl game for the second straight year.

Willie Taggart’s record was 9-12 (6-9 in the ACC) and that simply isn’t going to get it done.

The biggest question is why now for a decision that’s going to cost FSU at least 17 million dollars?.

Personally, I really wanted Willie Taggart to work out.

But you can’t always get what you want and after 21 games it’s clear that Willie Taggart isn’t the answer to Florida State’s football problem. »

Trump vows 'no more' federal aid to California as devastating wildfires continue to burn

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The President tweeted: “The Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, has done a terrible job of forest management.

“Every year, as the fire’s rage & California burns, it is the same thing-and then he comes to the Federal Government for $$$ help.

In September the EPA warned California over water and air pollution – and threatened to withdraw California’s federal road funding unless changes were made. »

Rubbery concrete is made to take hits without cracking

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Developed by scientists from the Military Studies Center at Russia's Far Eastern Federal University, the concrete doesn't simply use pure cement as a binder.

Instead, approximately 40 percent of the cement is replaced with a binder made up of rice husk cinder, limestone crushing waste, and silica sand.

And as an added bonus, because the new concrete replaces cement with plentiful waste products, it should also be cheaper to use. »

Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh says Fox News and conservative radio are lying to Americans

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New York (CNN Business) Former Republican Congressman and 2020 presidential hopeful Joe Walsh is slamming Fox News and conservative talk radio for their coverage of the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump.

"This is an absolute shame and I think you've got to call it out for what it is," Walsh told CNN's Brian Stelter on "Reliable Sources" Sunday.

"The Americans who listen to Fox News and conservative talk radio are being lied to and manipulated every day when it comes to impeachment.". »