A USADA report details alleged cheating by Lance Armstrong's teams and names 11 former teammates as key witnesses. AP Sports Columnist Jim Litke weighed in on the charges and his thoughts on Armstrong's career. (Oct. 10)
Fred: The real questions remains, as it has from the beginning, is Trump really taking this serious and does he want to be President? Every indication has been a "no" to both questions. Trump has made no real effort to appear Presidential, he continuously torpedoes his campaign by making statements that are untrue and has shown no substantial knowledge or training to gain an understanding of how our government works. Trump limits most of his time to speeches where he is running done those he dislikes, praising himself or telling false claims of what he will do when elected. These campaign promises change almost weekly as he knows that he cannot fulfill the outlandish issues once in office. Strangely, a number of people who are old enough to tell the difference are supporting his bid for President and seem a lot more serious and committed than he does.