When Sports & Politics Don’t Mix

    Elisabeth Meinecke has the top story today at Human Events. One of the cardinal rules of sports organizations is that it always boils down to the fans. That’s why mixing politics and sports, like the Phoenix Suns organization did Wednesday, is tricky.The Suns decided to wear their “Los Suns” jerseys—which they’ve done before—on Cinco de Mayo for their playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs. | Read More »

    When Sports & Politics Don’t Mix

    Elisabeth Meinecke has the top story today at Human Events. One of the cardinal rules of sports organizations is that it always boils down to the fans. That’s why mixing politics and sports, like the Phoenix Suns organization did Wednesday, is tricky.The Suns decided to wear their “Los Suns” jerseys—which they’ve done before—on Cinco de Mayo for their playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs. | Read More »

    Rubio’s Campaign Wasn’t Built In a Day

    Elisabeth Meinecke has the top story at Human Events today. Marco Rubio was pleased but not distracted with his 57% to 28% lead over Gov. Charlie Crist in this week’s Rasmussen Reports poll for the U.S. Senate GOP primary in Florida.“We didn’t get too excited when we were behind, so we’re not going to get too excited that the one’s showing us ahead,” said Rubio | Read More »

    Rush’s Rams

    Elisabeth Meinecke has the top story at Human Events today. It’s about Rush and the Rams. For all the fuss over Rush Limbaugh’s attempt to buy the NFL’s St. Louis Rams franchise, you’d think he’d been torturing dogs or accidentally firing pistols in nightclubs.  Oh, wait: those are the players. All Rush Limbaugh has done is work hard for decades to build his personality and | Read More »

    Must Read of the Day: Marco Rubio Taking on the RINOs

    From Elisabeth Meinecke: Don’t tell Marco Rubio his primary race for the U.S. senate against Florida Gov. Charlie Crist depends on money or endorsements. Rubio, who finished his term as Florida’s Speaker of the House in 2008, is focused on a much bigger picture: limiting government and thus liberating American entrepreneurship. The impetus behind his campaign is that same wave of conservative outrage which carried | Read More »