Just what we don’t need: another Colin Kaepernick documentary. “Kaepernick & America” begins Sept. 2 on streaming television.
The NFL and ESPN evidently have no time or tolerance for God and Jesus. Both organizations censored the young son of a player who said he loves the whole world, God and Jesus.
The most in-your-face pride month ever fell short for one of the Outsports writers who slammed the athletes that refused to wear rainbow colors in June.
A transgender man who helped an Irish women’s rugby club win a championship by an embarrassing margin says he did it for the sisterhood.
It’s been a year since Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers told the world he had been inoculated – but not vaccinated – against COVID. When he contracted the coronavirus in November, media ganged up on him en masse and cancelled him. Based on Rodgers’ remarks today he’s still smarting from that attack and is in no joking mood about the firestorm that surrounded him last year.
Vice-president and world class hypocrite Kamala Harris is in full virtue signal mode with her condemnation of Russia for sentencing WNBA all-star Brittney Griner to nine-plus years of prison for drug possession.
It’s 23 days until college football season starts, and inquiring minds want to know who will make it to the postseason playoffs and who will win the Heisman Trophy. A USA Today sports writer could not be bothered to address these or other, you know, football issues; he is way too busy spewing hot air about college football’s alleged greatest threat -- climate change!
USA Cycling finally gets it -– the part about males having significant physical advantages over women in athletics. The organization has placed a roadblock on transgender competitors. When will the NCAA wise up and do likewise?
So-called transgender athletes in Oklahoma better think twice before attempting to join a team not of their actual sex.
The NFL’s Monday six-game suspension of alleged serial sexual harasser Deshaun Watson demonstrates a “staggering weakness” by slap-on-the-wrist Commissioner Roger Goodell, says Sports Illustrated writer Connor Orr.