Josh Kraushaar, Politics Editor at National Journal, talks journalism, politics, sports, and makes predictions for 2018 midterms on Federalist Radio.
Particularly since the toxic 2016 election, Americans can no longer remain blissfully unaware of how our athletic heroes feel about politics.
Sports writer and talk radio host, Clay Travis, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss why ESPN is losing money and other big changes in sports media.
One of the grittiest football guys of all time recently sat down with the two grittiest bloggers ever in what became one of the best interviews in all of sports.
ESPN is caught in the throes of a perfect storm of market forces, government regulations, and increasing competition.
Today’s female athletes are real-life wonder women! Why does ESPNW waste our time on second-rate poetry and high-fiving among non-athletes at women’s marches?
The politicization of ESPN — and sports media generally — is both a symptom of larger problems and a problem in itself.
From poor financial decisions that are no longer paying off, to declining viewership, to an increased focus on left-wing politics, ESPN made its own mess.
Now that the New England Patriots have paid Donald Trump a White House visit, what better time to rehash a story that began more than a year and a half ago?
Roger Goodell has decided to not just continue making an enemy of Barstool, but is sending a message to all their fans, known as Stoolies: we don’t want you here.
Seeing an NFL team I have backed acting with orchestrated contempt for national solemnity means they no longer represent something I want to support.
Whether made by players, coaches, or fans, here are this year’s top sports blunders.
Between #Deflategate, Jordan Spieth, Serena Williams, and the US Women’s Soccer team, there are a plethora of sports highlights in 2015.
Shedding older baseball Hall of Fame voters will tilt the field towards players caught using performance-enhancing drugs.
The sports media attempts to turn an incomprehensible NASCAR tragedy into a lesson about the dangers of masculinity.
The fight over the Redskins’ name is a fight not just about how we make decisions, but how we decide what needs to be decided, and who will do the deciding.
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