Fox Sports Defends Nuclear Family: Questions BLM Organization and NBA
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” According to Marcellus Wiley in a recent episode of Speak for Yourself, that is exactly what we may be looking at with the NBA and NBPA’s decision to paint Black Lives Matter on the courts in the “Disney Bubble.”
Redskins Nickname on the Ropes; Sports Media Elated
Feeling extreme corporate and political heat, the Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Indians are talking about changing their nicknames, and elated sports media "piranhas" are smelling blood in the water. Despite overwhelming national support for Native American nicknames, left-stream media -- The Washington Post and USA Today in particular -- have been demanding this…
Blogger Wants Anthem Replaced With 'Lift Every Voice And Sing'
The National Football League is figuratively going through a frantic two-minute drill to placate the Black Lives Matter crowd, and a sports blogger from The Shadow League is whining that the league's lengthy list of social justice activities is too little and too late. Rhett Butler writes that the league's decision to play the black national anthem "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing" is wise, but…
Jason Whitlock Says Terry Crews Pays Twitter 'Tax' For Challenging BLM
Actor and former pro football player Terry Crews, a follower of Christ, wouldn't play ball with the Black Lives Matter Twitter crowd and brought heaps of wrath upon himself Tuesday. The "blacklash" prompted his fan and former Mid-America Conference football rival, Outkick The Coverage's Jason Whitlock, to declare Twitter is the "IRS" for Christians, especially when they deviate from the…
BLM Slogans On Playing Courts Ahead For Super-woke NBA
The conclusion to the 2019-2020 pro basketball seasons promise to be woker than woke. NBA and Women's NBA players fully intend to make social justice the centerpiece to their basketball season re-starts.
Women's Soccer Players Kneel; NASCAR Anthem Musician Denounces U.S.
The topic of race enveloped two sporting events this past weekend. Saxophonist Mike Phillips, who performed the Star Spangled Banner prior to Sunday's NASCAR competition at Pocono Raceway, called America a racist nation. All members of the Portland and North Carolina teams kneeled during the national anthem prior to their National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) game in Utah Saturday.
Media, Politicians Launch Renewed Attack on Redskins
Opponents of the Redskins nickname are on the warpath with renewed fury, combining the efforts of media, activists and politicians to call upon team members to refuse to play for Washington. Leading the charge is Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians, an organization representing 500 tribes.
Voter Suppression Fighter James Expands Entertainment Empire
Without missing a beat in his work to stop black voter suppression and get President Donald Trump out of office in November, LeBron James and friends have raised $100 million for his SpringHill Entertainment Company to contract with Disney for scripted television. Be forewarned, though, nothing James does in the realm of entertainment is done in a vacuum, but as part of a social justice agenda…
USA Today Promotes Cancel Culture Attacks on National Anthem
The Star Spangled Banner has become another victim of cancel culture. America's national anthem is under fire, and USA Today is providing the match with four stories in recent days denigrating the Star Spangled Banner.
#FakeNoose: ESPN’s Will Cain Indicts the Media and NASCAR
“Huge, if true.” Those are three of the most rare words used by the media today. For those who have not turned on the news recently, NASCAR called the FBI to investigate a potential hate crime committed against the only black driver in the sport, Bubba Wallace, when it was claimed a noose was found in his team's garage.
Bryant Gumbel, His HBO Guests Assail Our 'Country of Slavery'
In the June installment of HBO's Real Sports Tuesday evening, host Bryant Gumbel and a supporting cast of progressives looked down their noses at whites and conservatives while discussing the racial tsunami sweeping over America. There was no shortage of accusations -- including slavery -- aimed at white people, and Gumbel closed the program by claiming African Americans pay a "black…
The Masters Should Be… CANCELLED?! (And No, Not Because of COVID)
What does someone first think of when they hear “The Masters”? Golf. That’s the answer. It is an event that has long transcended the world of sports. Even those who have no idea the difference between a Bogey and a Birdie know that 'The Masters' is ‘that one golf event with the green jacket thing’.
ESPN Guest Accuses U.S. of Slavery, Demands Nobel Prize For Kap
A long-time driver of social justice activism in sports, Dr. Harry Edwards appeared on ESPN's First Take television program Monday morning. Treated with great reverence by co-hosts Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim, the emeritus professor of sociology at Cal-Berkeley offered no shortage of incendiary remarks.