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Greg Abbott defends women and children after NFL threat over TX bathroom bill

Less than a year ago, the National Basketball Association threatened to move the annual All Star game from the home of the Charlotte Hornets if the state of North Carolina refused to make it legal for grown men to use…

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Making American Football Great Again

I have a confession to make, I didn’t bother watching the Super Bowl, yesterday. In fact, I haven’t watched a pro game all year. I’m not exactly boycotting the NFL although it does tend to offend me. I just don’t care much anymore, maybe I’ve outgrown it. I don’t really know, likely because I haven’t […]

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National Anthem protests beginning to have consequences

When Colin Kaepernick openly displayed his Black Lives Matter inspired ignorance by choosing to sit on the bench during the National Anthem prior to a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, little did we appreciate how contagious politically-correct stupidity…

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Calling out the NFLPA’s doubletalk

I’ve been a Minnesota Vikings fan since 1966 so I’m more than a casual fan. During that time, I’ve heard lots of things from both management and the NFLPA, the players’ union, that’ve disgusted me. This afternoon, I reached a boiling point. I won’t take this duplicity anymore. This afternoon on ESPN’s NFL Live, host […]

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Obama joins with NFL: Supports Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter

I hope everyone enjoyed National Cheese Pizza Day yesterday. Yeah, I know, it was Labor Day, but eating a cheese pizza is a lot more fun than celebrating President Grover Cleveland’s attempt to buy union votes during his reelection in…

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Kaepernick Claims USA “Oppresses” Blacks; Just One HUGE Problem…

By now all except those dwelling beneath a rock are aware of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the playing of the National Anthem prior to professional football games. Kaepernick claims this tandem exercise of free…

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NFL embraces Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter

By now you may have heard about Colin Kaepernick, the multi-million-dollar quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers and his refusal to stand during the national anthem played before every NFL game. When questioned by media about his decision, he revealed…

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The Big Short and Concussion: A System on Steroids

Want a glimpse of the “powers that be,” American-style? Three films–“The Big Short,” “Concussion,” and “Spotlight”–together form a perfect storm that in theory could trigger resistance. More practically speaking, the films are likely to result in mor… . . . → Read More: The Big Short and Concussion: A System on Steroids

The Big Short and Concussion: A System on Steroids

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Challenging Coach Coughlin

Tom Coughlin, the long-time head coach of the New York Giants, is one of the most decent men in the NFL. When he speaks, I listen because he’s earned that respect. I can’t agree with him about what he said about the Giants-Carolina game. I agree with Coach Coughlin when he said that Odell Beckham […]

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NFL must suspend Odell Beckham

By now, everyone’s seen this video of Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham spearing Carolina’s Josh Norman: Monday, the NFL suspended Beckham from Sunday night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. The NFLPA immediately appealed the suspension. That appeal is happening literally as I type this. James Thrash, a former NFL wide receiver hired by the NFL […]

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Goodell’s situational integrity

I haven’t kept it a secret that I don’t respect NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. I’ve written negatively about him frequently, mostly with regards to his mishandling of the Adrian Peterson case. It’s time for NFL owners to fire Goodell. If they don’t fire him, they’ll lose their credibility. It’s time for them to put their […]

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Adrian Peterson 2012 vs. AP 2015

Anyone who’s been a Vikings fan the last 20+ years knows that Adrian Peterson’s performance in 2012 is a performance for the ages. That’s the year Adrian rushed for 2,097 yards, the second-most rushing yards in an NFL season. The reason why that’s part of AP’s mystique is because he did that less than a […]

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Jeff Fisher gives Zimmer ‘advice’

After Lamarcus Joyner’s cheap shot against Teddy Bridgewater in Sunday’s game, Jeff Fisher isn’t in a position to give anyone advice. Still, that’s what he did Monday in telling Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer to control his emotions immediately after a game, adding that Zimmer should “go back and look at the tape before you […]

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Jeff Fisher, Gregg Williams, dirty coaches?

During the Vikings-Rams game Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium on the U of M campus, Rams defensive back Lamarcus Joyner hit Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater with a forearm shiver to Bridgewater’s head: The NFL implemented a new rule several years ago in their attempt to protect quarterbacks. If a quarterback slides at the end of […]

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Tom Brady’s suspension upheld

I’ve been critical of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for his handling of disciplining Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice and Greg Hardy. His disciplinary actions violated the NFL-NFLPA rules of the shop in terms of how long Commissioner Goodell could suspend players for. For instance, when Adrian struck his son with a wooden switch, the maximum suspension […]

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It worked for homosexuals so why not pedophiles?

In February, 2014 I wrote an article entitled “The ‘h’ in homosexual stands for hero or something.” It was a piece based on the now failed attempt by Michael Sam to become a member of the NFL by conveniently coming out of the closet just prior to the NFL draft, and the euphoria experienced by politicians and professional athletes due to his display of so-called bravery. Besides providing ample proof that the homosexual athlete’s attempt was nothing more than a publicity stunt intended to reinforce the political correctness of the homosexual agenda, I also documented how the movement was moving America to greater sexual deviancy, including polygamy and pedophilia (which was defended as an “orientation”). Of course, the PC Patrol called me a homophobic fear-monger. Sadly, as we learned in a recently released article in the Telegraph UK, it turns out that I was right. In a statement intended to imply that pedophiles are “born that way” (sound familiar?) we read: “Pedophilic interest is natural and normal for human males. At least a sizeable minority of normal males would like to have sex with children … Normal males are aroused by children.” This statement that pedophilia is natural and normal […]

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Adrian Peterson’s return

There’s a flood of positivity flowing through Winter Park this morning. That’s because Adrian Peterson is back at Winter Park: MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Adrian Peterson is coming back to the Minnesota Vikings, telling The Associated Press that he will participate in the team’s voluntary practice on Tuesday and still has love for his team after […]

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Why the NFL vs Tom Brady is a Much Bigger Deal Than Sport

For the past six years in an otherwise untarnished career, (in 2001 GW Bush chose not to pursue criminal counts associated with more gates than I ever swung on as kid…out of a sense of Christian charity I believe) Hillary Clinton (and husband Bill) have committed several acts that areRead More

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Robert Kraft’s discipline

As owner of the Patriots, Robert Kraft is responsible for setting the direction of the team. He hired the GM and the head coach. He established what was acceptable conduct within the organization and what wasn’t acceptable. Apparently, the list of things that aren’t acceptable is a short list whereas the list of things that […]

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