Jonathan Isaac explains that his decision to be the lone player to remain standing for the national anthem in 2020 was about conviction and Christ.
A Chinese internet company yanked Boston Celtics games from the air after the team’s center, Enes Kanter, spoke out against dictator Xi Jinping.
When he missed minicamp, Aaron Rodgers says he was characterized as ‘selfish and entitled’ and his relationship with the Packers deteriorated in a few weeks.
Washington State announced the termination of football Head Coach Nick Rolovich and four assistant coaches on Monday for disagreeing with their COVID-19 protocol.
Gruden’s forced resignation is a new level of cancel culture mission creep, and you should care about it, because it’s probably going to happen to you.
The fact that 24-year-old Jonathan Isaac can speak more cogently about COVID and freedom of conscience than the entire corporate press is an astonishing development.
‘Why is it that sports today seems to be a place of division not unity — something used to break us further apart, not bring us together?’ Domenech asked. ‘When did competition become such a bad thing?’
ESPN is having private conversations with Sage Steele after she criticized Obama’s census identification and her sports network’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
The NBA is taking part in politics and throwing its players to the wolves. When basketball season fails, don’t blame the unvaccinated, blame the NBA.
‘For many sports, the inclusion of transgender people, fairness and safety cannot co-exist in a single competitive model,’ the U.K.’s Sports Council Equality Group concluded.
The California Lutheran University Softball team is suing the school for smearing the softball players and coaches over a team bonding event.
ESPN’s new partnership with historically black colleges is being praised, but the new broadcasts are dividing the sport of football by race.
Corporate media have shamelessly hailed instances of men edging out women as a great achievement in human rights, in contradiction to public opinion.
It’s time for Americans to stop living in suspicion of our fellow citizens and to remember that there is no spike more powerful than the spiking the ball.
Lainey Armistead is seeking to join a lawsuit to support a state law that protects equal opportunity in women’s sports.
While all lives saved are a victory, the situation in Afghanistan with athletes exemplifies America’s culture of athlete supremacy.
After seeing sports from the NBA to the NFL to the Olympics so politicized, many also expressed relief at the patriotism on display at college games.
Against an overwhelming cultural tide of transgender ideology, female athletes are being sidelined, silenced, and demoralized.
Quality Logo Products, a logo printing company, removed an ‘offensive mascots’ poll from its website after Fighting Irish fans treated it with contempt.
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