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

Uh-Oh: Obama Used '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

Trump Backs Charlie Hustle's Cooperstown Bid

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.  

NASCAR Leaves ESPN, TNT for NBC Sports

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

WSJ Columnist Labels Obama 'President Asterisk'

WSJ Columnist Labels Obama 'President Asterisk'

Comparing the unfair advantage of the IRS targeting conservative groups to professional athletes taking illegal steroids, James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal believes Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign deserves the mark frequently associated with sports’s most dubious record breakers:

Al Jazeera Pursues Larger Share of U.S. Sports Market

Al Jazeera Pursues Larger Share of U.S. Sports Market

Al Jazeera, the Qatar-financed media network which in January bought Al Gore’s Current TV, now is interested in acquiring the Tennis Channel.  A source close to the New York Post said, “the Tennis Channel is in play and the Qataris are looking hard.”

PETA to Police 'Slob' Hunters with Drones

PETA to Police 'Slob' Hunters with Drones

Recreational hunters be warned because according to the People for the Ethical Treatment for Animals (PETA), the far-left group “is planning to acquire a drone…to spy on hunters and catch them in the act as they terrorize animals and break game

Sandy Hook Referenced as reason to Ban Dodge Ball

Sandy Hook Referenced as reason to Ban Dodge Ball

Stephanie Wimmer, a Windham, New Hampshire School Board member who voted recently to implement a district-wide ban on “human target games” (dodgeball), could have used innumerable examples to rationalize her decision, but instead chose to evoke a national tragedy: Sandy

Rep. Files Bill to 'Pressure' Redskins Name Change

Rep. Files Bill to 'Pressure' Redskins Name Change

A House Democrat on Wednesday offered a “solution” to the Redskins name change controversy: The Non-Disparagement of American Indians in Trademark Registrations Act of 2013. According to The Hill, the legislation “would prevent the term ‘Redskins’ from being trademarked” and is “a

Harvard Wins Ivy

Harvard Wins Ivy

Harvard is headed back to the NCAA Tournament after rolling past Cornell 65-56 and Brown defeated Princeton 80-67. As Ancient Eight champions for the third consecutive year and set for a second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, Harvard has been revitalized

D.C. Symposium to Discuss Redskins Name Change

D.C. Symposium to Discuss Redskins Name Change

On Thursday, the National Museum of the Native American in Washington, D.C. is playing host to a conversation on “Racist Stereotypes and Cultural Appropriation in American Sports.”  Given the recent war of words and calls for a Redskins name change,

ESPN Drops Gun Shop Commercial After 5 Months

ESPN Drops Gun Shop Commercial After 5 Months

Gun shops like the one pictured in Seattle will not be able to run commercials on ESPN like this one that ran for five months for a South Carolina gun shop before being dropped by ESPN. What changed? ESPN senior communications director

'Tebow Bill' Having Trouble Passing in Virginia

'Tebow Bill' Having Trouble Passing in Virginia

The “Tebow bill”–much like the New York Jets quarterback himself–has a rap: it can’t seem to pass. The bill, offered since 2005, has thus far failed to become law in Virginia.  Now, however, it has been reintroduced and at some