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No Jail or Community Service Likely for Tiger Woods

Troubled golf legend Tiger Woods may qualify for Palm Beach County’s first-time DUI offender program, enabling him to avoid performing community service or jail time for his embarrassing Memorial Day arrest.

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Ray Lewis Offering Prayers for Colin Kaepernick

Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis revealed that he prays for anti-American football player Colin Kaepernick and that the ex-49ers quarterback’s name is in his bible.

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Sports Writer Blames Sexism for Criticism of ESPN Baseball Analyst

Doug Glanville a former professional baseball player, who played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs, and the Texas Ranger argues that even though ESPN’s new baseball analyst Jessica Mendoza never played in the MLB she is still qualified for the job.

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Politico Deeply Concerned President Trump Not Physically Fit to Be President

Super high-energy Donald Trump, who like a whirling dervish moved from state to state non-stop for two years campaigning for the nation’s highest office, known for his round the clock work ethic as president, non-imbiber of alcohol and doesn’t smoke, according to Politico is not physically fit to be president.

WNBA Team the Seattle Storm Will Raise Money for Planned Parenthood

WNBA Seattle Storm Partners with Planned Parenthood

The Seattle Storm of the WNBA has joined forces with the nation’s premier abortion factory Panned Parenthood and Left-Wing blogger Dave Zirin expressed his joy in the newly formed partnership.

NY Daily News' Dick Weiss: Joe Paterno's statue on the Penn State campus still stands, but after the shocking scandal, it should be removed. (Pat Little/AP)

Paterno Family Drops Lawsuit Against NCAA

With the dropping of its lawsuit against the NCAA on Friday, the family of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno essentially put an end to the most sordid and reputation damaging episode in the University’s long and storied history.

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MLB Umpire’s Call Saves Life of Suicidal Woman

“I’ll never forget you,” Major League Baseball umpire, John Tumpane told a desperate woman moments before she tried to take her own life by jumping off the Roberto Clemente Bridge. “You can have my promise on that.”