Dylan Gwinn

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Dylan Gwinn is a sports talk radio host and the author of Bias in the Booth: An Insider Exposes How the Sports Media Distort the News

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As written here before, there was never any real expectation that the NFL would allow the Dallas Cowboys to wear the “Arm-in-Arm” decals on their helmets, to show support for the Dallas Police Department during the regular season.



It didn’t take long for the Social Justice Warriors leading the anti-Indian mascot movement to find a new focus for their campaign. The “Change the Name” crusade, to do away with the Redskins name, was crushed under the weight of a Washington Post poll, where Native Americans decisively and overwhelmingly rejected the idea that the Redskins name was a slur.



The ‘tolerance for me, but not for thee’ crowd is at it again. This time, the target is not the State of North Carolina. According to Sports Illustrated, this time the Rainbow Jihad has trained its sights on the Mormons.



Bill Simmons welcomed Caitlyn Jenner to the set of his HBO show, Any Given Wednesday, on Wednesday night.



The Root, an online news site that claims to provide commentary from a “variety” of African-American perspectives, is apparently none too pleased about the perspective of one particular African-American, who is about to get his own TV show.



The Dallas Cowboys won the first weekend of training camp by showing support for the Dallas PD.



Sunday night, the season finale of AMC’s incredibly violent, lude, and gory series Preacher decided to answer the age-old question of whether or not God exists.



The war on North Carolina is a long, slow quagmire, with no exit strategy…apparently.



Perhaps the true measure of how far a society has slipped into the abyss, is not by looking at what people say, but instead, looking at what people are not allowed to say.



The left’s war on the State of North Carolina continues unabated, on the heels of the NBA’s announcement to re-locate their 2017 All-Star Game due to North Carolina’s HB2 law, which makes the heinously draconian proclamation that men born as biological males use the men’s restroom, and women born as biological females use the women’s restroom.



North Carolina is one of few states to resist the Rainbow Jihad, and refuse to completely cave on their law (HB2), enforcing single-sex bathroom usage in their state. However, that decision may have cost them the 2017 NBA All-Star Game, and an estimated $100 million dollars in revenue.



Lou Holtz has no interest in cheering for any other country’s soccer team. And if you were thinking about inviting him to your Cinco de Mayo fiesta next year…well…you can go ahead and forget that too.



As anyone familiar with AMC’s Preacher is intimately aware, it takes a lot for a show based on gratuitously disgusting displays to rise to the level of actually needing to be called out. But Sunday’s episode reached that level.



Fox Sports 1’s Clay Travis did not suffer fools today, in the aftermath of yet another murderous attack on police officers. This time in Baton Rouge. Travis, also a trained lawyer, let the knowledge bombs fall.



Browns running back Isaiah Crowell took to video, via Facebook on Wednesday, to apologize again for his hideous picture of a police officer having his throat slit.



The controversy in this story is not so much that someone said something shocking. It’s more that what they said was in no way shocking and shouldn’t be controversial at all.



Tuesday proved a big day for large speeches and proclamations from two leaders in particular. As for the guy actually leading, his name is Stephen Loomis. He is the President of the Cleveland Police Patrolman’s Association, and he is more than a little irate at Cleveland Brown’s running back Isaiah Crowell, for posting an image of a police officer having his throat slit on social media.



On this week’s edition of The Fosters, titled ‘Trust,’ we learned that if you’re a lost, alone, recently dumped teenage boy who trusts God, then you too will find the boyfriend of your dreams.



NFL Hall of Famer and former Dallas Cowboy Troy Aikman took to Twitter on Friday to express support for the Police, in the aftermath of the Dallas shootings. And because of that tweet, Aikman, found himself in the crosshairs of the Huffington Post.



The Monday Morning Quarterback’s Albert Breer, is after your guns again. In the wake of the Thursday Dallas sniper attacks on police, Breer took to twitter to make his case against the 2nd Amendment.