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Mike Ditka (and Me) on the Redskins Debate

August 20, 2014

The Washington Redskins name controversy is resurfacing as the 2014 NFL season draws closer.  The politically correct cultural elites are trying to force their views onto a generally disinterested public to further turn the mostly neutered  NFL (No Fun League) political.  For libs everything is political — they can’t help it, it’s just who they [...]

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It’s Past Time for “a la carte” Cable!

August 30, 2013

Senator John McCain does have one issue that sets him apart from his peers in the Senate — he supports “a la carte” cable and has sponsored a bill to do something about it.  Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.  Called the “Television Consumer Freedom Act of 2013,” this bill would allow [...]

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Beck Weighs In on Musburger Controversy

January 11, 2013

While the BCS National Championship between Notre Dame and Alabama was still competitive (which, if you were watching, wasn’t long unfortunately), ESPN commentator Brent Musburger said this about Katherine Webb, Ms. Alabama and Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron’s girlfriend: At the time I didn’t think it was weird — Musburger’s an old guy (73) and let’s [...]

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Jovan Belcher’s Murder-Suicide Shakes NFL

December 2, 2012

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher killed himself in front of three team officials yesterday outside Arrowhead Stadium.  The obviously disturbed young man had just shot and killed his girlfriend, 22-year old Kasandra Perkins, who also had three-month old daughter.  Belcher drove to work, said thank you to the Chiefs team manager Scott Pioli and [...]

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Cavs’ Owner Whines About Lebron

July 9, 2010

In an hour of the absolute most advertiser-driven waste-of-your-time hype-fest nonsense, last night ESPN aired live Lebron James’ choice of his new team, the Miami Heat.  Leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers because Lebron actually wants to win a championship one day, the Cavs owner Dan Gilbert was not happy.  Gilbert ripped Lebron in an open letter [...]

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USA Exits World Cup in 2-1 Loss to Ghana

June 26, 2010

Yup, you read it — Ghana! Losing in extra-time 2-1 to Ghana (?!), the United States’ brief quadrennial flirtation with that dirty third-world sport we call soccer will soon wane until the 2014 World Cup, or until the Ladies can win some gold in the 2012 Olympic Summer Games (one of the members of the [...]

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Matt Walsh and Spygate

May 13, 2008

The former New England Patriots’ scout, Matt Walsh, handed over eight more tapes related to the Spygate scandal which followed the Pats near-perfect run last season, leading to that karmic smackdown called Super Bowl XLII.  As a wounded Patriots fan, more tapes mean more pain, however I was elated to hear that no Super Bowl tapes were part [...]

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