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NBC Sports Drops Sponsorship of Nation's Largest Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show

NBC Sports Network’s multi-year sponsorship run of the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show)--“the largest show of its kind in the world”--is over. According to an NBC Sports spokesperson, the decision was business-based: "Our level of sponsorship has varied each year, and this January we will not be sponsoring the show because it does not make business sense for us at this time." Oct 12, 2013 10:15 PM PT

VIDEO: Surveillance Footage of Attack on Marine Vet Running for Charity Leads to Arrest

On Thursday, police in Wilmington, Delaware charged a 21-year-old Pennsylvania man with second-degree assault in the unprovoked attack of a Marine veteran. According to police, surveillance video “that captured the incident” was a key piece of evidence and corroborated that the attack happened “suddenly and without provocation.” Oct 5, 2013 5:22 PM PT

Marine Vet on Cross-Country Charity Run Assaulted by Stranger 'for No Reason'

In Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday afternoon, a 26 year-old USMC Veteran, who for the past 325 days has been running across America to raise awareness and support for veterans and their families, suffered a concussion along with a bloodied and bruised face after a stranger on downtown street launched an unprovoked assault.   Oct 3, 2013 11:01 AM PT

ESPN Columnist Boycotting Florida Sports over Trayvon Martin Verdict

On Thursday, ESPN columnist Scoop Jackson announced that he plans to “stand his ground” and boycott all Florida sports. Jackson, reacting to the Florida jury’s acquittal of charges against George Zimmerman over the death of Trayvon Martin, wrote that he made the decision partly because he “felt the need to do something instead of sitting back as if nothing that happened mattered.” Aug 30, 2013 12:58 PM PT

Exclusive--Steven Rhodes: Marine Vet NCAA Banned over Military Rec. League Talks with Breitbart Sports

Steven Rhodes, a 24-year-old former Marine sergeant and current Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) freshman, is perhaps the most famous walk-on in college football since Notre Dame’s Rudy Ruettiger. A week ago, however, Rhodes was practically unknown--his story untold. In an exclusive interview with Breitbart Sports, Rhodes discussed his NCAA ordeal, reflected on his newfound fame, and shared his story of how a third strike against an Air Force recruiter ultimately led him to the U. S. Marines. Aug 27, 2013 8:00 AM PT

Uh-Oh: Obama Uses 'R-Word' at White House Ceremony

Intentionally or not, President Barack Obama poked the far left bear during Tuesday’s White House ceremony honoring the 1972 Miami Dolphins when he used what many of his liberal base consider a racist, derogatory, and patently offensive term: Redskins. By doing so, however, the president has potentially and many may argue finally offered the remote possibility that he might be on the side of an issue--like retaining the Washington Redskins name--which enjoys overwhelming public support. Aug 22, 2013 6:51 PM PT

Soros-Funded 'Think Progress' Lectures Sports Fans: Attending Games Environmental Threat

The George Soros-funded Think Progress is providing sports fans with a playbook on how to reduce the "tremendous impact" their spectating and viewing preferences have on the environment. Citing a recent study by Carbon Trust, a London based "environmental advocacy group," Think Progress writes that rather than driving to the stadium or watching the game solo at home, fans instead can ditch the car, hop on public transit, and meet up with friends at a bar to watch the game. As a result, fans will enjoy a "cleaner experience." Aug 20, 2013 12:07 PM PT

Donald Trump Backs Charlie Hustle's Cooperstown Bid

When Donald Trump was asked Monday night if Major League Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose should now be in the Hall of Fame, The Donald answered “absolutely” and elaborated on why he feels “Charlie Hustle” deserves a plaque in Cooperstown. The interview was with FOX News’ Greta Van Susteren. Aug 7, 2013 5:48 AM PT

Left Pressures NBC to Make Maddow Olympics 'Human Rights Correspondent'

Truth Wins Out (TWO), a nonprofit organization fighting anti-LGBT extremism, is “strongly urging” that NBC add to its 2014 Sochi Olympic Games primetime broadcasting lineup a “special human rights correspondent” who would provide viewers with “hard-hitting pieces exposing the reality of what LGBT people, political dissidents and other minorities face every day under the Putin regime.” Aug 6, 2013 9:44 AM PT

Palin to Obama: 'We Haven't Forgotten' You Mocked Special Olympics

One might say President Barack Obama set the tone for his administration on "The Tonight Show" in March 2009 when he "joked" that the 129 he had rolled in the White House bowling alley was “like the Special Olympics, or something.” Former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has not forgotten the president's remarks. Aug 3, 2013 3:20 PM PT

NASCAR Leaves ESPN, TNT for NBC Sports

Last week, NASCAR said goodbye to ESPN and entered into a new lucrative 10-year agreement with the up-and-coming NBC Sports Network. According to the Sports Business Daily, the “landmark” deal, which gives NBC the exclusive broadcasting rights to 20 Sprint Cup Series races--ESPN’s entire portfolio plus three from Turner Sports, cost $4.4 billion. Jul 30, 2013 11:53 AM PT

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