Have you noticed the lone voice standing out from the herd of sports media's progressively bleating sheep? It belongs to the host of the Will Cain Show, which launched Jan. 2 on ESPN Radio and ESPNEWS (3-6 p.m. ET). In an interview with The Sporting News, Michael McCarthy characterized Cain as "outspoken" because he's conservative and fearless in opposing the social justice warriors who dominate sports media coverage.



Charles Barkley played to adoring reviews from left-stream online media in his fourth appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend. Barkley took on gun rights advocates and opponents of athlete protests, leading SBNation's James Dator to write that he "perfectly mixed humor and his message on athlete protests." Slate's Matthew Dessem focused on a segment deriding the NRA's plan to solve school shootings by throwing more guns at the problem and comparing Second Amendment advocates to "cockroaches."



Basketball-loving Barack Obama has an eye for shooting hoops that rivals the awful vision of Mr. Magoo. But according to The Huffington Post, the former president with a vivid imagination and an ego the size of Texas, would choose to play for the San Antonio Spurs ... if only he was an NBA all-star free agent.



UVA’s Darden School of Business is at the forefront of popularizing a new, cutting edge business model: antagonize your best customers. Turning the laws of commerce on their head, Darden professor Morela Hernandez and MLB candidate Joseph (Sonny) Siragusa, are arguing that, long-term, flipping off America is a growth industry.



Fresh off the U.S. Olympic Committee's boasting of fielding a diversity-rich (if not medal-rich) team at the Winter Olympics comes a new report that college athletics are plagued by a lack of diversity. ESPN contributing writer Richard Lapchick recommends the NCAA intervene directly into the hiring process of colleges and universities, and race hustler Jesse Jackson labels the lack of African-American coaches and athletic directors in college sports unacceptable.



With Billy Graham now walking streets of gold in Heaven, Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel thinks Tim Tebow would be awesome as the next great American pastor or as president. The thought of either happening nearly sent Patheos' writer Sarabeth Caplin's head spinning. Also a contributing writer for The Huffington Post, Caplin belittled Tebow as a stumbling, anti-abortion, anti-LGBT conservative who has little more to offer than charisma.



https://www.thewrap.com/nbc-olympic-blunder-wrong-super-g-gold-medalist-declared-before-actual-winner-skied/So much love. So much hate. Too little diversity! Whether you watched little or much of the 2018 Winter Olympics on NBC, are you ready to throw one more sport on the bonfire of "sports I used to enjoy"? You're not alone. Join us now as we review the thrill of victory and the agony of biased, left-wing sport brought to us and tarnished by NBC and other left-stream media.



In this crazy world of boys will be girls and girls will be boys, Mackenzie "Mack" Beggs is back in the news again. "He" repeated this weekend as a Texas state champion in the girls' Class 6A 110-pound wrestling division. Confused? Of course you are. Beggs, a high school senior girl in Texas undergoing testosterone treatments because she wants to be a member of the boys' wrestling team, is again being touted by liberal media pushing the transgender agenda.



You've heard of push polling in which pollsters steer people to a desired opinion by asking loaded questions. The Ringer blog's Larry Wilmore has perfected the "push interview," and with Katie Couric as his guest this week, his attempts to push a fellow liberal to support for LeBron James and gun control and hanging a racist label on Laura Ingraham amounted to a cakewalk.



When Golden State Warriors' head coach Steve Kerr starts spewing his left-wing views on political issues, he's always got the support of Deadspin's Deputy Editor Barry Petchesky. Today Petchesky writes in agreement with Kerr's support of youth marching for gun control in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.



 

The homosexual USA figure skater Adam Rippon isn't just living his best Olympics, he took over the 2018 Winter Games, writes SBNation's Chris Greenberg. NBC's Terry Gannon said Rippon "owns" these Games. Those are the left-stream narratives, but here's the truth: Rippon owns NBC Sports, SBNation, Good Morning America, USA Today and other media that are absolutely, positively smitten by this unremarkable athlete.



When New York Mets' General Manager Sandy Alderson said Sunday that Tim Tebow could possibly make it to the major leagues, you knew the media haters would resort to throwing verbal bean balls at him and trashing his football career all over again. The New York Post's Ken Davidoff called him a joke who will turn into a farce.