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Has the Word ‘Racist’ Lost Its Power?

Carl Jackson, Warning: Offensive Language White slave masters never admired their black slaves, yet white sports fans all around the world worship their favorite black athletes. Nike endorsements, sports arenas, and college campuses aren’t exactly what I’d call slave ships, chains or whips. Yet, if you listen to black activists, ESPN analysts Michael Wilbon and

Super Bowl 51 Completes the Left’s Hyper-Politicization of Absolutely Everything

John Nolte, A major newspaper demands Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady answer for his support of President Trump. Lady Gaga will use her halftime show to sing about “equality” and “inclusion.” The insufferable and polarizing cast of “Hamilton” will sing “America the Beautiful.” There will be not one but two ads hectoring us over the issue

Clemson QB vs. Meryl Streep — Grace vs. Disgrace

Zachary Leeman, One is humble in victory, thanking God and teammates; the other is self-righteous and lectures America. Clemson beat out Alabama in the college national football championship Monday night by a score of 35-31. The Clemson Tigers quarterback, Deshaun Watson, threw a last-minute touchdown, and the player took his nail-biting victory with grace and

The Left Continues to Self-Destruct

Michael Brown, Rather than learn some valuable lessons from the resounding electoral victory of Donald Trump and the Republican Party, it appears that the left is lurching further leftward, thereby paving the way to its own demise. Here are some recent examples. The Washington Examiner claims that, according to inside sources, “CNN is taking an

It’s Time for Conservatives to Boycott the NFL

John Hawkins, After spending a week at work, hearing about the liberalism being forced on their kids at school, having liberalism shoved in their face by their local newspaper and being harangued by TV shows portraying people like them as creeps, a lot of conservative men like to relax by watching sports. Sports is a