Yahoo Sports' Nick Bromberg takes an in-depth look at the SEC before the 2019 season begins, including a program that's participated in four consecutive National Championship games.
LifeIsBetterWithADog: The fact Joe's brother ended up with the same kind of suspicious deal points to Hunter's deal as not being a coincidence, but a calculated money making plan of nepotism. "Hunter once ran a hedge fund with his dad’s brother, James Biden, and associated with a notorious Ponzi schemer. James would go on to snag a job as executive vice president of a construction company in 2010, despite having virtually no experience in the field. And only a few months into his tenure, the company would win one of its biggest contracts in its history, a $1.5 billion deal to build affordable homes in Iraq. By pure happenstance, Joe was also the Obama administration’s point man in Iraq at the time." The article is titled Wherever Joe Biden Went, Hunter Cashed In. The New York Post article doesn't think Hunter was qualified. "Burisma, the largest gas company in Ukraine, which also happened to be paying Hunter Biden a $50,000 monthly salary as a board member. By coincidence, Hunter had landed this cushy gig in a foreign country only a few months after the Obama administration began dispatching his father, Joe, to the very same foreign country on a regular basis. There was, of course, absolutely nothing in Hunter’s résumé to indicate that he would be a valuable addition to foreign energy interest. He didn’t speak the language, and he had no particular expertise in the energy industry. Oh, he did have one thing, though: his last name."