Harry Kane celebrates after scoring for England in the 3-2 comeback victory over Germany in March The 2016 European Championship finals in France are just around the corner.Less than seven days remain of the Premier League campaign, leaving England supporters with one eye on the summer’s competition.And one ever so crucial matter that’s really getting fans talking concerns Roy Hodgson’s attacking options.Specifically, who is England’s best striker?Is it Harry Kane? Jamie Vardy? Daniel Sturridge?talkSPORT wants to know who you think is the Three Lions’ best option up top… cast your vote below. 1
From Lalit K JhaWashington, Apr 26 (PTI) Controversial Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump today said he would “love” to see a woman as president of the US but Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton is “wrong person” for this top position.”I would love to see a woman president, but she is the wrong person,” Trump, 69, told “Fox and Friends”.After three months of primary election season, political pundits now increasingly believe the November presidential elections is headed for a clash between Trump and Clinton.Though leading in delegate counts, the two are yet to gain enough delegates to be considered as a presumptive nominee. This is also reflective in the two increasing their attacks against each other.For the past two weeks, Trump has been describing the Democratic presidential front-runner as “crooked Hillary” to which the former Secretary of State has said would not drop so low to respond.”I call her crooked Hillary because she is crooked. And, you know, the only thing she has got is the woman card. That is all she has got. And it is pandering. And you know, it is a weak card in her hand. And in another persons hands it could be a very powerful card,” Trump said.His remarks came in response to a question on Clintons statement a night before that if elected, 50 per cent of her Cabinet would be women.”I am going to have a cabinet that looks like America, and 50 per cent of America is women, right?,” Clinton, 68, said during a MSNBC town hall last night.advertisement”I would have women. I would have the most capable people on my cabinet. But I would certainly have women. I would love to see a woman president but she is the wrong person. She is a disaster. Remember the famous call at 3 oclock in the morning? She was sleeping, OK? She was sleeping. You know, it was her ad. Who would you like at 3 oclock in the morning? Well, the phone rang and she was sleeping,” Trump said.”She would be a terrible president. And the only thing she has got to play – she has got nothing else to play. She is guilty as hell in the e-mails. You have got Whitewater. Her whole life has been crooked.”And you look at the foundation, the whole life. And the only card she has got is to play the woman card. And it may be good enough. Now a poll came out yesterday where I was essentially even with her and I have not focused on her yet,” Trump added. PTI LKJ CPS AKJ CPS
(Photo courtesy US Air Force via WikiCommons)Should young people today go to a 4 year university or enter the trades? Some students do both: Get a job through a technical program so they can make enough money to support their plan for college. Others find a lifelong career and steady work in welding, carpentry, mechanics or heavy equipment. Is there a best approach? Developing the workforce of tomorrow is our discussion on the next Talk of Alaska. HOST: Lori TownsendGUESTS:Denise Runge, Dean of UAA Community & Technical CollegeMissy Fraze, Acting Director of Career and Technical Education (CTE) for the Anchorage School DistrictLINKS:UAA’s Community & Technical College offers 14 different programsMany Anchorage School District CTE programs have duel credit alignment with programs at UAA, UAF and AVTECPARTICIPATE:Call 550-8422 (Anchorage) or 1-800-478-8255 (statewide) during the live broadcastSend an email to [email protected] (comments may be read on air)Post your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by email, RSS or podcast.