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Matt Sanchez repaid owner Claus Hjortkjaer $100 this month after the owner recently reopened French restaurant Le Cafe Miche in Albuquerque, N.M. Sanchez, 30, says he took his girlfriend to the restaurant as a 14-year-old. When he realized he didn’t have enough money, Hjortkjaer lent it to him. (AP) EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION “They ruminate, but they work. Seven days a week, more than 12 hours a day, and no … unions.” — SY LVA IN GIR A RD, OWNER OF ECOMOUTON, A COMPANY THAT RENTS OUT HUNDREDS OF SHEEP A YEAR TO MOW LAWNS AT BUSINESSES IN FRANCE, NPR.ORG REPORTED TUESDAY CHALLENGES ‘Chuck Norris Olympics’ Only Nets One Interested Athlete A long-distance Michigan swimmer plans to swim 22 miles across Lake St. Clair this summer while hauling dinghies filled with 2,000 pounds of bricks. Jim Dreyer is scheduled to begin his 30-hour swim Aug. 5 from the Clinton River Boat Club near Algonac, and the event is to raise funds and awareness for Habitat for Humanity. 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President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie promoted the Jersey Shore’s summer tourism economy Tuesday while praising the federal government’s role in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, reprising their beach-buddy routine in a display of mutual assistance with potential political dividends. Amid a steady drizzle, the president declared that the state’s popular shore was back seven months after the devastating storm bore down on its famed boardwalks and seaside towns. “After all you’ve dealt with, after all you’ve been through, the Jersey Shore is back and it is open for business,” Obama said. In Brief Meanwhile … Seven months after Superstorm Sandy, the Red Cross still hasn’t spent more than a third of the $303 million it raised to assist victims of the storm, a strategy the organization says will help address needs that weren’t immediately apparent. “The Red Cross has never been a recovery operation,” said Ben Smilowitz, executive director of the Disaster Accountability Project, a nonprofit group that monitors aid groups. “Their responsibility has always been mass care.” (AP) SAUL LOEB/AFP/GETTY IMAGES JOE BURBANK/AP Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, sits Tuesday with her attorney. SANFORD, FLA. President Barack Obama, right, walks Tuesday with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie after arriving in New Jersey to tout the state’s tourism seven months after Sandy. Republicans criticized Christie last year for praising Obama’s response to the storm in the days before the presidential election and for allowing himself to be seen prominently with the president. This time, the imagery is less powerful but equally convenient. Christie, who flew with Obama aboard his Marine One helicopter Tuesday, is running for re-election in a Democratic-leaning state, and Obama gets to be seen with a high-visibility Republican at a time when such bipartisanship is rare in Washington. “Republicans, Democrats, independents — we all came together, because New Jersey is more important and our citizens are more important than any kind of politics at all,” Christie said. JIM KUHNHENN (AP) Judge Limits the Defense In Trayvon Martin Case Attorneys won’t be able to mention Trayvon Martin’s drug use, suspension from school and past fighting during opening statements in the trial of the neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot the teen, a judge ruled Tuesday. George Zimmerman is charged with seconddegree murder in the 17-year-old’s killing and has pleaded not guilty, saying he acted in self-defense. He did not attend Tuesday’s hearing. (AP) SAN FRANCISCO Hearsay Consumer Confidence at 5-Year High Washington Americans’ confidence in the economy jumped in May to a five-year high, lifted by a better outlook for hiring, rising home prices and more optimism about business conditions. The increase suggests consumers may keep boosting economic growth this year. The Conference Board, a New York-based private research group, said Tuesday that its consumer conﬁdence index rose in May to 76.2. That’s up from a reading of 69.0 in April and the highest since February 2008. The jump in conﬁdence followed a separate report that showed the housing recovery is strengthening. 7.5% “I think it’s not too bad of a change, actually. The vocabulary words, they’re pretty easy to someone who studies well enough.” — A RV IND M A H A NK A LI, 13, OF NEW YORK, AFTER HAVING TAKEN THE FIRST VOCABULARY TEST IN THE HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL SPELLING BEE ON TUESDAY The unemployment rate — a fouryear low. Some of the decrease is because many people have given up looking for work. (AP) Home prices jumped 10.9 percent in March compared with a year ago, the most since April 2006, according to the Standard & Poor’s/ Case Shiller 20-city index. All 20 cities showed year-over-year gains. The reports contributed to a strong day on Wall Street. The Dow surged more than 177 points in early morning trading. Consumers’ conﬁdence in the economy is watched closely because their spending accounts for about 70 percent of U.S. economic activity. Conference Board economist Lynn Franco said Americans are more optimistic after worrying earlier in the year about higher taxes and federal spending cuts. Higher home prices and stocks gains are making Americans feel wealthier. That has offset some of the pinch from the tax increase and kept consumers spending. A nd t he job ma rket has improved steadily over the past six months. The economy has added an average of 208,000 jobs a month since November. 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(AP) Five’s a Party: A team of about 40 medical personnel led by eight doctors helped ensure a Utah couple’s newborn quintuplets were born healthy. Guillermina and Fernando Garcia welcomed their five babies — three girls and two boys — over the weekend in Salt Lake City. The mother carried the babies until 31½ weeks — about three weeks longer than most quintuplet mothers. 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Candidates Muriel Bowser and Jack Evans are pro-cannonball, they told WRC-TV. ( THE WASHINGTON POST ) A Political Ploy? Democrats sought to portray Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican nominee for governor, as a hypocrite on felons’ rights Tuesday ahead of his release of the committee’s findings, noting his repeated opposition as a state senator to legislation to restore felons’ rights. (AP) eral Assembly. In Virginia, the governor has the sole authority to restore felons’ rights to vote, hold public ofﬁce and serve on a jury. The advisory com- mittee concluded, however, that the governor can’t issue an order restoring all felons’ rights but must consider each case individually. Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell has streamlined the process, but the panel said that could be enhanced by General Assembly approval of legislation allowing a state agency to process applications for rights with the governor still having ﬁnal say. McDonnell reviewed the report and will make “a major announcement regarding restoration of rights” today, his spokesman said. L ARRY O’DELL (AP) D.C. Council Weighs Honoring Holocaust Hero The D.C. Council is considering naming a street intersection for a Bulgarian man credited with helping save the country’s Jewish population during the Holocaust. The request seeks to honor Dimitar Peshev, a World War II-era Bulgarian legislator. (AP) 110,724 The number of parking tickets issued by the District to Fed Ex and UPS since the start of fiscal year 2011. Delivery-truck drivers say fines for double parking while dropping off packages are just the cost of doing business in the city, where there aren’t enough spots to legally park downtown. Read more at washingtonpost.com. 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Five (Mon.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4-1-9-8 Virginia Mid-day Pick 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-5-1 Evening Pick 3 (Mon.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3-6 Mid-day Pick 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0-5-6 Evening Pick 4 (Mon.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7-5-9 Mid-day Cash 5 (Tues.) . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9-14-23-34 Evening Cash 5 (Mon.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2-8-15-29 All winning numbers are official only when validated at a claims location. Drawings that occur after Express’ deadline will be published two days later. 10 | E X P R E S S | 0 5 . 2 9 . 2 0 1 3 | W E D N E S D AY Cover Story 13.7M In all, 13.7 million U.S. households with children under age 18 now include mothers who are the main breadwinners. Of those, 5.1 million, or 37 percent, are married, while 8.6 million, or 63 percent, are single. (AP) Raising a Challenge Roughly 3 in 4 adults said the increasing number of women working for pay has made it harder for parents to raise children. Roughly 79 percent of Americans reject the notion that women should return to traditional roles, but only 21 percent said the trend of more mothers of young children working outside the home is good for society, according to a Pew survey to be released today. (AP) and they make up nearly half — 47 percent — of the U.S. workforce. But recent changes in the economy, too, have played a part. Job losses in manufacturing and construction, ﬁelds that used to provide high pay to a mostly male workforce, have lifted the relative earnings of married women, even among those in such mid-level positions as teachers or nurses. The jump in working women has been prominent among those who are mothers — from 37 percent in 1968 to 65 percent in 2011 — reﬂecting, in part, increases for those who went looking for jobs after the recent recession. At the same time, marriage rates have fallen to record lows. Forty percent of births now occur out of wedlock, leading to a rise in single-mother households. Andrew Cherlin, a professor of sociology and public policy at Johns Hopkins University, said that to his surprise, public attitudes toward working mothers have changed little over the years. He predicts the growing numbers will lead to a growing constituency among women in favor of such work policies as paid family leave, as well as safety-net policies such as child care support for single mothers. “Many of our workplaces and schools still follow a male-breadwinner model, assuming that the wives are at home to take care of child care needs,” Cherlin said. “Until we realize that the breadwinner-homemaker marriage will never again be the norm, we won’t provide working parents with the support they need.” HOPE YEN (AP) $57K The income gap between the families is large — $80,000 in median family income for married couples vs. $23,000 for single mothers. Both groups of breadwinner moms — married and unmarried — have grown sharply. (AP) THINKSTOCK/EXPRESS ILLUSTRATION The Mothers’ Load More moms than ever are stepping up as breadwinners, a study says Washington A record number of American women are now the sole or primary breadwinners in their families, a sign of the rising inﬂuence of working mothers, a new study ﬁnds. Mothers now keep ﬁnances aﬂoat in 40 percent of households with children, up from just 11 percent in 1960. While most of these families are headed by single mothers, a growing number are married mothers who bring in more income than their husbands, according to a study to be released today by the Pew Research Center. LOCAL REACTION Demographers say the change is all but irreversible. “This change is just another milestone in the dramatic transformation we have seen in family structure and family dynamics over the past 50 years or so,” said Kim Parker of the Pew Social & Demographic Trends Project. “Women’s roles have changed, marriage rates have declined — the family looks a lot different than it used to.” The trend is being driven mostly by long-term demographic changes, including higher rates of education and labor force participation. Today, women are more likely than men to hold bachelor’s degrees, “People say to me, ‘Doesn’t it bother you that you earn more than your husband?’ And the reality is, no, it doesn’t. … That wasn’t my primary motivation for getting married. I loved him.” — HEIDI PA RSONS, 44, OF ALEXANDRIA, WHO OWNS A RECRUITING FIRM. HER HUSBAND IS A MASSAGE THERAPIST. 15% Among all U.S. households with children, the share of married breadwinner moms has jumped from 4 percent in 1960 to 15 percent in 2011. For single mothers, the share has increased from 7 percent to 25 percent. (AP) “We showed our kids that anyone can be a nurturer or go out and be a primary breadwinner. Your gender doesn’t matter.” — M A RCIA GRECO, 57, WHO WORKS IN FAIRFA X, SAYING THAT SHE HAD NO CHOICE ABOUT BECOMING HER FAMILY’S BREADWINNER WHEN HER HUSBAND WAS LAID OFF NEARLY 20 YEARS AGO W E D N E S D AY | 0 5 . 2 9 . 2 0 1 3 | E X P R E S S | 11 The Nationals’ Bryce Harper and the Orioles’ Manny Machado are already playing well beyond their years. The two 20-year-olds are either first or second on their teams in batting average and runs scored. In most cases, prospects spend considerable time in the minor leagues before being called up, but Harper and Machado are making an impact in the big leagues before turning 21. With Washington and Baltimore in the middle of the annual Battle of the Beltways, let’s look at the two stars likely to fuel this series for years to come. JASON BUTT (FOR EXPRESS) Harper’s Defining Traits Relentless attitude: Harper attacks each game like a football player. Unfortunately for the youngster, that’s led to numerous injuries, including his most recent bout with bursitis in his left knee. He’s expected to miss the rest of the series vs. the Orioles. Harper’s been praised for his all-out hustle, yet criticized at times for putting his health at risk. Noticeable swing: Not many players in the game today have a swing like Harper’s, which has been compared to legendary slugger Babe Ruth’s. Harper has a slightly open lefthanded stance, with his bat cocked behind his ear. His swing can vary depending on the pitch, and he can hit with power and precision. Attacking early in the count: Harper doesn’t like to waste much time when he gets to the plate and sees something he likes. When swinging at the first pitch, Harper is batting a staggering .519, and 14 of his 43 hits this year have come on the first pitch. / 2 02 0 Sports How They Compare 2013 STATS THROUGH MONDAY HARPER Batting Avg. .287 12 RBIs Runs Home Runs 23 29 1.8 MACHADO Batting Avg. WAR Machado’s Defining Traits Proving he belongs: Harper and 21-year-old Angels outfielder Mike Trout have garnered tons of attention since taking the majors by storm in 2012. Machado was an afterthought when he was called up last August. Now, it’s a different story. The Orioles third baseman has a better batting average (.335) than Harper (.287) and Trout (.304). Attention to detail: Machado is a perfectionist at the plate and in the field. Even during pregame warmups, he makes a point of throwing to the same spot, kicking the dirt when he misses. That kind of work ethic has led to a .981 fielding percentage, the sixth- best among third basemen in the majors. Mr. Clutch: When the pressure’s on, Machado comes through for his team. He has a .474 batting average with runners in scoring position and two outs. He’s also critical to the Orioles’ success, hitting .363 in Baltimore’s wins compared with .300 in losses. .335 5 28 35 3.1 WAR Runs RBIs Home Runs Run Producers Both players have been offensive catalysts for their teams. A look at the percentage of their team’s runs each has scored. 29 out of 175 runs 16.6% 13.5% Machado Harper 35 out of 259 runs 12 | E X P R E S S | 0 5 . 2 9 . 2 0 1 3 | W E D N E S D AY Sports Nike Cuts Ties With Livestrong Austin, Texas Nike, which helped build Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong cancer charity into a global brand and introduced its familiar yellow wristband, is cutting ties with the foundation. The breakup was announced Tuesday by Livestrong ofﬁcials. According to Livestrong and Nike, the company will stop making Livestrong apparel after 2013 but will honor the ﬁnancial terms of their deal until it expires in 2014. Financial terms Armstrong were not released. The move by the sports shoe and clothing company ends a nine-year relationship that helped the foundation raise more than $100 million and made the charity’s bracelet an international symbol for cancer survivors. Nike dropped its personal sponsorship of Armstrong last October after U.S. Anti-Doping Agency exposed the team doping program and portrayed Armstrong as its ringleader. And after years of denials, Armstrong admitted earlier this year he used performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France seven times. JIM VERTUNO (AP) For Spurs, It’s Worth the Wait San Antonio facing a long layoff before Game 1 of the finals NBA Playoffs JESSE D. GARRABRANT/NBAE VIA GETTY IMAGES Tim Duncan is so close to his first NBA championship in six long years that the Spurs star isn’t worried about the little issue of being rusty once the finals actually start. “My sole focus is trying to get this done, trying to get another championship,” Duncan said. “I don’t care records; I don’t care age. 9 Days off the San Antonio Spurs will have between their win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night and Game 1 of the NBA Finals on June 6. San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan is averaging 17.8 points and 9.2 rebounds a game this postseason. I don’t care any of that stuff. I just want to do what I have to do to try to win a championship.” San Antonio ended its six-year drought between NBA Finals by ﬁnishing a sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies 93-86 on Monday for its ﬁfth Western Conference title. The Spurs will have nine days off before Game 1 of the NBA Finals on June 6. They’ll take on the winner of the East Conference ﬁnals between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers. “We’re going to be a little rusty starting the ﬁrst game — it’s just how it is,” Duncan said. “We’re going to try to ﬁgure out how to practice, how to stay sharp. … Hopefully, we can shake that off real quick and get right back to our rhythm.” The Spurs are four wins away from adding a title to those won in 1999, 2003, 2005 and 2007. Duncan was the MVP of the ﬁrst three of those ﬁnals, but he’s now 37 and “If you stay the course and you’ve got leaders who are quality character people, you follow them as long as you can. I’ve been hanging on Timmy’s coattails for a long time.” — SPURS COACH GREGG POPOV ICH, ON FORWARD TIM DUNCAN. wrapping up his 16th season. Guard Tony Parker said he’s been doing his best to get Duncan back to this point for what might be the forward’s ﬁnal chance at a championship. He promised Duncan they would return after blowing a 2-0 lead in the conference ﬁnals a year ago to Oklahoma City, and speculation is picking up on whether this might be Duncan’s ﬁnal season in the NBA. “I think everybody on the team, we really wanted to do it for him,” Parker said. TERESA M. WALKER (AP) Djokovic Knows What He Wants French Open Novak Djokovic does not try to hide his ambitions. He makes perfectly clear that he wants to win a French Open title more than anything. Embarking on a bid to complete a career Grand Slam and ﬁll the glaring hole on his résumé, the No. 1-ranked Djokovic pulled out a tight ﬁrst set en route to a 7-6 (5), 6-4, 7-5 victory Tuesday in the ﬁrst round against David Gofﬁn. Last year, Djokovic lost to seven-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal in the ﬁnal in Paris. That ended the Serbian’s 27-match Grand Slam winning streak and, set on Day 3 at the tournament, where very little action took place because of rain that began in the morning. Those who did get to play included 2010 French Open runnerup and 2011 U.S. Open champion Sam Stosur. The Australian beat 42-year-old Kimiko Date-Krumm of Japan 6-0, 6-2. Another Australian, Bernard Tomic — whose father was barred from Roland Garros after being accused this month of head-butting Tomic’s hitting partner — stopped because of a torn right hamstring while trailing Victor Hanescu 7-5, 7-6 (8), 2-1. HOWARD FENDRICH (AP) JULIAN FINNEY/GETTY IMAGES Hearsay TV Lineup NATIONALS (7:05 P.M., MASN2) Jordan Zimmermann (8-2, 1.71 ERA) takes the mound for the Nationals as the Battle of the Beltways heads to Baltimore for the final two games of the series. STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS (8 P.M., NBCSN) The Blackhawks won in Detroit on Monday and will host the Red Wings in a decisive Game 7. “I heard everyone exhausted the registry. Man, I heard he got it all. We all don’t know what to get him no more. We’ll ﬁgure something out.” — REDSKINS Novak Djokovic won in his French Open first-round match in straight sets. LINEBACKER BRIA N OR A K PO, ON WHAT TO GET ROBERT GRIFFIN III AFTER FANS PURCHASED A GOOD NUMBER OF ITEMS OFF THE QUARTERBACK’S WEDDING REGISTRY. with it, his attempt to earn a fourth consecutive major championship. Djokovic’s match on Tuesday concluded as the sun began to W E D N E S D AY | 0 5 . 2 9 . 2 0 1 3 | E X P R E S S | 13 Bait and Switch A Kanye West publicity stunt goes awry by not actually happening 23 Sound Bets Cosmic Angel MYKKI. BLANCO. That’s all an entire page of my notebook says. Blanco repeated her name a lot when she played Comet Ping Pong in March, like a mantra. And now her new EP “Betty Rubble: The Initiation” is out, its NSFW cover radiating her sexy, transgressive glory. Blanco’s been making a name since her 2012 debut, “Cosmic Angel: Illuminati Prince/ss.” By Shauna She turned up in a Miller fashion spread for Interview magazine and in an excellent cover story in the Village Voice. Pronouns are fluid: Michael Quattlebaum, Blanco’s given name, is a gay man; Blanco is a female persona. Both are muscled, tattooed and graceful. Backed live by just a DJ, Blanco’s style is somewhere between ’90s New York dark-rappers Gavediggaz and Kurt Cobain — which is to say she is a wild punk. On an older track, “Wavvy,” she warns haters that she’ll slap ’em “with my limp wrist, bro.” She doesn’t explain herself. If you’re riding her dark, turnt-up flow, you get it. Hip-hop has not been a gayfriendly genre, but much has shifted in even just the past five years. This is Blanco’s time, when swagger and authenticity trumps all. Rudi Greenberg is busy watching “Arrested Development.” Inside Jokes will return next week. Canadian DJ trio A Tribe Called Red is, from left: Bear Witness, Dan “DJ Shub” General and Ian “Dee Jay NDN” Campeau. Music and a Message A Tribe Called Red mixes tribal powwow sounds with digital beats — and politics Concerts Here’s what A Tribe Called Red remembers about last Thanksgiving: A swarm of beery bros in RGIII jerseys wobbling down U Street, trying to keep Grandma’s pumpkin pie from hitting the sidewalk. On a holiday celebrating hearth and harvest, the Washington Redskins had just defeated the Dallas Cowboys. Inside U Street Music Hall, the Canadian DJ trio was spinning dance tracks that meshed traditional powwow music — a style created by Native Americans — with bullish digital bass. On the dance ﬂoor, at least a dozen wore burgundy and gold. But nobody in the DJ booth grabbed the microphone to trash Dan Snyder. “Personally, I want to see those changes from the inside,” says Bear Witness, who helped form A Tribe Called Red in 2008. “I don’t want to have to ﬁght against a football team to get them to change [the name]. I want them to realize that Backstory What’s In a Name? A Tribe Called Red took shape in 2008 as part of a monthly dance party — dubbed “Electric Pow Wow” — that drew aboriginals searching for a place in Ottawa’s nightlife scene. The group’s name is a play on the legendary hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest, as well as a nod to various powwow groups whose names start with those same three words. (T WP) they have to change.” The music of A Tribe Called Red — Witness, Ian “Dee Jay NDN” Campeau and Dan “DJ Shub” General — sends a potent political message with a subtle touch. Over the years, the group’s brand of electriﬁed powwow music has become associated with Idle No More, a protest movement in Canada advocating for indigenous sovereignty and environmental protection. The trio’s riveting new album, “Nation II Nation,” will keep the g r oup on t he road through the summer, includi n g a s t op i n D.C. today. True to traditional powwow music, A Tribe Called Red’s songs celebrate togetherness and survival, steering the group’s aboriginal heritage into the urban future. “Being political … it’s automatic,” Witness says. When members of A Tribe Called Red take the stage sporting Atlanta Braves caps or Cleveland Indians hoodies, they say they’re taking ownership of hurtful images by integrating them into their art. “We like to call it ‘active decolonization’ or ‘indiginizing,’ ” says Campeau, a father of two who recently launched a campaign to rename the Napean Redskins, a youth football team in Ontario. As artists, Campeau says his group is “taking these images t hat send t he w rong idea about First Nations peoples and we’re wearing it, and using it, and saying something with it.” CHRIS RICHARDS (THE WASHINGTON POST ) TIMOTHY SACCENTI ERICH SCHLEGEL/FTWP Tropicalia, 2001 14th St. NW; today, 8 p.m., $10; 202-629-4535, Tropicaliadc.com. (U Street) Plenty of Heart and Hope: NBC will broadcast Blake Shelton’s “Healing in the Heartland,” a benefit concert to help victims of last week’s storms in Oklahoma. The concert will air live as a telethon at 9 p.m. today on NBC. The Oklahoma native, at left, will be joined by his wife, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Usher, Darius Rucker and Vince Gill. Proceeds from the benefit go to the United Way of Central Oklahoma May Tornadoes Relief Fund. 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He’s the rare black host with national TV and radio platforms, one who sees his job as challenging Americans to examine their assumptions on such thorny issues as poverty, education, and racial and gender equality. In other words, he doesn’t squander his opportunities on PBS’ daily talk show “Tavis Smiley,” which marked its 10th year and 2,000th episode this month, or on public radio’s “The Tavis Smiley Show” and “Smiley & West,” the latter of which he shares with Cornel West. Smi ley considers himself engaged in a calling as much as a career: “This is the kind of work I think needs to be done. I’m trying to entertain and empower people.” Smiley, 48, also doesn’t shrink from the repercussions that occur when his opinions, delivered on radio and in interviews in his distinctively punchy cadence, strike a nerve. 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