The most interesting story in Washington, D.C. sports in 2020 is what the divergence between its two fanbases says about our increasingly divided nation.
Football used to be about the players and the fans, but not anymore. The Redskins are gone, and so is my last shred of appreciation for the NFL.
From riots to cancel culture, almost nothing the left has done under the banner of Black Lives Matter will prevent another murder like George Floyd’s.
Nearly half of respondents of a national poll conducted by Morning Consult are just fine with the name of NFL team The Washington Redskins.
Mark Leibovich joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the upcoming Super Bowl game and other reflections on this year’s NFL season.
Ilya Shapiro, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, joins Ben Domenech to talk Supreme Court justice nominees and other SCOTUS news.
The Statue of Liberty is a Giants and Jets icon, so no way a true-red Redskins fan is letting that false idol through his door. Get better consultants.
It wouldn’t be out of bounds to ask sensitive Toronto folk to cast their eyes west and tell us why ‘Eskimo’ gets a pass while ‘Indian’ doesn’t.
A Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton general election would be a tight race, says Josh Kraushaar on Federalist Radio.
Sports talk radio used to be my escape from politics. But with the help of ESPN, politics is now threatening to ruin sports radio.
It is offensive in the extreme to suppose that proud Irish tradition can be adequately represented by shamrocks and a belligerent midget.
Reforms to property rights and the rule of law on reservations would make Indian lands much more fertile for investment, entrepreneurship, and growth.
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