Against an overwhelming cultural tide of transgender ideology, female athletes are being sidelined, silenced, and demoralized.
I am no fan of the NCAA’s arbitrary and unfair punishment of student athletes, but all student athletes do not generate equal amounts of revenue for their schools.
“If you keep threatening the public with your woke elitist psychobabble the NCAA will not last much longer,” Sen. Rick Scott tweeted.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments this week in an antitrust case over the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s refusal to fairly compensate athletes. We’re all implicated.
‘What we’re talking about is an unconstitutional use of this veto,’ Rep. Taffy Howard said, noting that the governor made ‘substantial changes’ to the bill.
Gov. Kristi Noem issued a ‘style and form’ veto on a transgender sports bill. The South Dakota legislation voted to reject her edits.
While Gov. Kristi Noem understandably prefers to avoid facing the economic brunt of a showdown with the NCAA, if she led, others would follow. That is what conservatives want.
Noem’s team refused to tell The Federalist which “renowned conservative legal experts” advised her against signing a bill that would prevent biological males from competing in girl’s sports.
Instead of coming to terms with the fact that Noem’s conservative base is furious, the governor’s office maintains their voter base is just simply “uninformed.”
A look behind the curtain reveals a network of big business with wide influence in Noem’s office opposing the transgender sports bill.
It appears Gov. Kristi Noem is hoping to use the goodwill she earned through her COVID courage to hide her cowardly and deceptive choices about transgender politics. Recent history shows this goes badly.
On Fox News Monday night, South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem gave a performative defense on her decision to essentially veto a trans sports bill at the behest of big corporate.
Given the reality of the NCAA’s policy, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s proffered explanation for excluding women collegiate athletes from the protections of H.B. 1217 is beyond misleading.
Noem declared she was “excited” to sign the bill the same day the Senate gave its approval on International Women’s Day, but now has cold feet.
When many schools wouldn’t take a risk on a troubled athlete because of what could go wrong, John Thompson held out hope that something could go right.
As conferences across the country consider whether to follow the Big Ten’s lead, fans should ask themselves: Are these decisions about protecting players or protecting amateurism?
After more than 300 women asked the NCAA to protect women’s sports, a Vox-owned LGBTQ blog attempted to bully the women by publishing their names.
‘Under the NCAA’s current rules, I’m concerned that we will soon effectively have men’s sports and co-ed sports — without any dedicated category for females,’ said Madison Kenyon, a college athlete who’s lost to transgender athletes.
The NACB thinks throwing out standardized tests will help non-white student-athletes, but they can’t exactly explain why.
The Ivy League and other schools, like Wisconsin, which decided to reject the NCAA’s exemptions, are needlessly punishing their athletes for a global problem.
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