Are Liberal Politics Ruining Sports? One Sportswriter Thinks So.

Sports have a tremendous potential to impact our culture and society, and they do so in a transformative way that transcends politics. Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier and helped usher in the civil rights era by working hard. Baseball helped unify the country and heal wounds after 9/11. But lately, the Left has been hijacking the power of sports for their own political gain, pushing liberal politics onto sports fans across America. Just in the last few years, we’ve seen the Left use sports to protest Arizona’s immigration laws, engage in corporate bullying against North Carolina, and dishonor the American

Liberal College Students’ War on Chick-fil-A Continues

Students in Duquesne University’s Student Government Association are urging the school’s administration to reconsider bringing popular food chain Chick-fil-A to their campus due to the views of the company’s owner on same-sex marriage. In 2012, Chick-fil-A COO Dan T. Cathy voiced his belief in traditional marriage, and later, reports uncovered that the company had donated to several organizations that opposed same-sex marriage. Following the outrage unleashed by the LGBT community, Chick-fil-A released a statement saying that they would no longer contribute to anti-LGBT organizations and would “leave the policy debate over same-sex marriage to the government and political arena.” However, some

“Soda Taxes” Are Just Liberals’ Latest Big Government Scheme

Years after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg put soda in the nation’s crosshairs with a proposed ban on large beverages, soft drinks are once again being targeted by nanny-state politicians looking for an excuse to raise your taxes. But this time, their efforts are even more absurd. Ronald Reagan famously said, “Government does not tax to get the money it needs; government always finds a need for the money it gets.” One is truly hard pressed to find a more perfect illustration of this than politicians begging for higher taxes on soda. Politicians, such as Santa Fe, N.M.,

Rachel Dolezal Is Exposing the Absurdity of the Trans-Movement

Rachel Dolezal gained notoriety around the country when issues concerning her racial identity came to light in 2015, while she was serving as the president for an NAACP chapter. Despite being born to two white parents in Montana, Dolezal claimed she was African-American and lived in a teepee with her family — who hunted for food with a bow and arrow — before moving to South Africa. After being exposed by her friends and family for her deception, Dolezal was forced to resign from the NAACP and began writing her book, In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black

Liberals Bet It All on the Court — And They’re About to Lose

Live by the court, die by the court. For decades now, the Left has been using the courts to force their unpopular, unconstitutional ideas on the American people, who would not accept them through the democratic process. Some of the most egregious examples include Roe v. Wade (abortion), Obergefell v. Hodges (same-sex marriage), and NFIB v. Sebelius (Obamacare). It’s awfully convenient — the Left doesn’t have to worry about any of that democracy stuff. (The 31 states that voted against redefining marriage prior to Obergefell, for example, just weren’t cutting it.) But when so many of your core issues rest

Sorry Liberals. Millennials Aren’t Communists — Not Even Close

In a recent article in The Daily Beast, Joel Kotkin argues that millennials “battered by capitalism” could be the future “red generation.” Unfortunately for those yearning for the United States to look like Venezuela, the reality couldn’t be further from the truth — millennials will be among the most radical, free market capitalists the world has ever seen. The evidence supporting this claim is exceedingly obvious — millennials, every day, vote against Big Government with their money. And why wouldn’t they? Does anyone really believe that a generation demanding services which are fast, cheap, and convenient will have any tolerance

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