According to a recent J.D. Power survey, over a quarter of NFL viewers tuned out last year’s games because of national anthem protests.
As the weather turns cold and the mid-season ‘Game of Thrones’ lull sets in, you’ll want to tune in to some excitement, and I’ve got just the thing. It’s a story, of sorts.
Why is Colin Kaepernick’s situation playing out in the court of public opinion while Jack Phillips’ is playing out in the Supreme Court of the United States?
Colin Kaepernick isn’t just a quarterback. Due to his politicization of the game, on and off the field, he brings more distraction to the team than most players.
Fewer Americans are watching the NFL because of the national anthem protests, a recent poll found.
Colin Kaepernick’s NFL journey, which began with such great promise, has turned into a Greek tragedy.
Veterans and law enforcement personnel shouldn’t have to suffer this stigma. Their comfort is more important than Kaepernick’s free speech—right?
Seeing an NFL team I have backed acting with orchestrated contempt for national solemnity means they no longer represent something I want to support.
Instead of insulting our nation, NFL athletes should use their money and fame to work towards actual solutions to the black issues they purport to care about.
As the PC culture has been slowly killing comedy, ‘South Park’ is a ray of hope.
When the Cowboys wanted to send the message that police officers should not be hunted and assassinated, the NFL gave a clear answer: no.
The government may not punish Colin Kaepernick or Megan Rapinoe for speaking out, and their employers have declined to do so. But what about the people? We are all free to decide.
Verdun Woods served in a racially segregated military and suffered mid-century anti-black discrimination. Yet he loved his country, and honored its national anthem.
Isn’t it clearer every day that the real alternative to the violence of our world is none other than love? The Clintons have not learned that lesson from Mother Teresa.
Yes, Colin Kaepernick, we live in an oppressive nation. That’s all the more reason to respect the flag.
‘We have a presidential candidate who has deleted emails and done things illegally. . . If it was any other person, they’d be in prison.’
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