I think militarily there is a case for more troopsAfghan surge advocate to head British Army Oct 18, 2008
I am concerned that NATO nations will assume the same level of risk in 2007, believing they can get away with itNATO needs a year to down Taliban Jan 22, 2007
Pakistan is assisting Afghanistan in the fight against terrorism and extremism, besides hosting over 2.5 million Afghan refugeesMusharraf denies Taliban support charge Oct 10, 2006
By this time next year I would understand if a lot of Afghans, down in the south in particular, said to us all, 'Listen, you're failing year after year at delivering the improvements which you have promised to usCommander asks for more troops Oct 09, 2006
I will use military power not necessarily just to defeat the Taliban but just as importantly to secure the future of their villages and their localitiesNATO brass sees improved Afghan relations Jun 04, 2006
David Richards (born April 11, 1966, in Staten Island, NY) is a former professional American football guard who played nine seasons in the National Football League.
A standout at Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas, the 6-foot-5, 310-pound Richards was the first lineman to be named Parade Magazine's National High School Player of the Year in 1983.
In college, he was an All-Southwest Conference selection at guard as a sophomore at Southern Methodist University. The following season, he earned All-SWC honors as a tackle at SMU.