The “h” in homosexual stands for hero or something
In a series of interviews meant to draw attention to how he chooses to use his penis in sexual situations, University of Missouri All-American Michael Sam declared to the world that he is homosexual. Well, in the words of the Church lady: Of course, the hedonistic society we now find ourselves in says that this is not only OK, but apparently this qualifies Mr. Sam | Read More »
Tech at Night: Obama, the Democrats, and the Press use NSA and Target to distract from Obama’s failures.
It’s neat how the New York Times is dredging up an old NSA website as news. I guess it beats writing about Obamacare breakins or Benghazi.
And it’s interesting how Democrats don’t seem to want to dig into the Healthcare.gov or Benghazi failures but seem ready to blame Target for crimes against them.
So the Obama administration wants us to believe that taking gun databases from the states is legal, Healthcare.gov is legal, but NSA is illegal. Sure, buddy.
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A political timeout for a football rant
I have to take a 30 second political timeout for a moment and discuss some football. You see, it was a very bad weekend for football in Wyoming, at least for me. If I don’t get this out, I won’t be able to move on, stay in a foul mood, say something stupid, and get banned from posting comments again. We don’t want that. So | Read More »
The Absurdity of the Washington Redskins Controversy
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Josh Zerkle to discuss the debate over changing the Washington Redskins name, why it’s so absurd and a look at the NFL season so far.
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The Georgia Game and Leonard’s NFL Losers by gamecock
Contrary to the tunnel vision one-note wonders of sports talk media, it wasn’t the Marcus Lattimores and/or Jadeveon Clowneys that defeated their SEC rival Georgia the last three years and their in-state arch rival Clemson for the last four years. No, it was The USC, founded 1801, Fighting Gamecocks. That’s right, not the Bush Heisman-forfeiting, perennially-on-probation, 1880-founded prophylactic-Southern Cal Trojan brand of whippersnappers that gave | Read More »
Is it Time for College Football Players to Get Paid?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Josh Zerkle to discuss the Johnny Manziel scandal at Texas A&M, why it may be time for the NCAA to start compensating players and the rise of the dual threat quarterback in the NFL.
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The Heart of Riley N-words-in-anger Cooper in Obama’s G-D America
Reading hearts, as if that were the be-all-end-all, versus judging actions in the PC Police World of tolerance and diversity that is the National Football League At age 16, I put one of my best friends out of my first car (a 1969 Chevelle Mailbu 350, metallic blue with a white vinyl top thank you very much), at night and in the woods several miles from home, because | Read More »
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Are You Ready for Some Politically Correct Football?
If you’re a sports fan, or even if you’re not, you’ve likely heard about NBA athlete Jason Collins publicly announcing that he’s gay. Of course, gays in professional sports is hardly a revelation, but Collins has the distinction of being the first openly gay athlete who currently plays for a major American team sport. It’s making headlines everywhere, right on up to the cover of | Read More »
Jesus never taught “tolerance”
Pioneer. Champion. The new Jackie Robinson. These are the accolades being heaped on Jason Collins for making the following announcement: I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay. – Jason Collins Gee, I didn’t know he was black. Glad he came out about that one. But seriously, we have now reached a place in America when proudly proclaiming to the world that you | Read More »
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Super Bowl Open Thread
Yes, folks, it’s Super Bowl Sunday. It’s the game NFL fans have been waiting for all year (assuming you are a Ravens or 49ers fan). So, consider this an open thread for those of you stopping by RedState today, or alternately, talk about the Puppy Bowl over at Animal Planet (or whatever else you’re doing instead of watching the Big Game). CBS Sports has coverage here. | Read More »
Should NBC fire Bob Costas for 2nd Amendment rights attack during football game
On Sunday night, NBC sportscaster Bob Costas decided during a Halftime break to tell America that your Second Amendment gun rights should be dialed back if not eliminated. He was reacting to the Saturday morning murder-suicide committed by Jovan Belcher, former linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs. According to police officials, Belcher’s chose a gun to murder his 22-year-old girlfriend Kasandra M. Perkins, in an | Read More »
An Open Letter to Rodger Goodell
Who am I kidding, as if you care? You clearly don’t care about the “Integrity of the Game.” Don’t even go there. Right now your precious meme, “Integrity of the Game” is in a flaming heap! You don’t care about the safety of the players. And what is most troubling, it is clear that you don’t care about the season. What do you care about | Read More »
Seattle “Wins”, NFL and Fans Lose with Blown Call
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Josh Zerkle to discuss Monday Night Football’s controversial ending last night, what this means for negotiations with the NFL Refs Association, and whether or not this will have a lasting impact on the NFL brand after the outrage by both the fans, and some of the game’s biggest names.
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Are You Ready For Some Football
Give politics a rest. How about some football? It’s a welcome relief from the daily grind of polls, politics, and the future. Consider this an open thread, but go for football, not politics if you can help yourself.
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The Curse of the Super Bowl
In the wake of the scandal involving players and coaches of the New Orleans Saints being suspended for all or a portion of the upcoming season, superstitious fans of the National Football League find the timing of these events to be destined. Based on the disastrous seasons of the two most recent teams whose metropolitan areas hosted the Super Bowl, one might conclude that a | Read More »
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