The Olympics held in Tokyo this summer will not permit any BLM protests or apparel. Some groups have said they will provide legal backing to activists.
Despite backlash, falling ratings and poll numbers back up Brett Favre’s belief that athletes and leagues playing politics is hurting the popularity of their games.
“Your agenda can’t go before your acumen. You can’t pander before your principles, right now, even if you get all the likes and all the retweets.”
A spokeswoman for Staples refuses to say whether the company respects law enforcement guarding the arena where NBA Star LeBron James plays.
Kiersten Hening, a former women’s soccer player at Virginia Tech, alleges in a lawsuit that coach Chugger Adair forced her off the team for her politics.
Disney-owned Hulu will stream a documentary on three transgender athletes who compete in sports of the opposite biological sex.
It seems to have taken the politicization of the National Pastime to make Americans fully aware of the politicization of the country—and to be moved to take a firm stand against it.
“Something’s got to unite us. And the games or sport in the past has been some kind of unification,” Favre said. “Now, it’s almost like a division.”
Biden’s tune changed on Tuesday when he warned that a mass exodus of businesses from the state could hurt “the people who need the help the most.”
CBS plans to keep its broadcasting rights to the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia despite its recent activism against the Peach State’s new election reforms.
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.
To truly fight, Gov. Kristi Noem should have signed the bill and demanded her state legislature pass more, such as a ban on the transgender mutilation of minors.
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.
Arkansas Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a new law Thursday that prohibits biological males from competing in female sports.
The dirt track spectacle hearkens back to the origins of NASCAR — moonshine runners attempting to outrun the law in rural Appalachia.
It’s been shocking to see a Republican governor with a paid advisor who also lobbies for a child-mutilating hospital try to cast her refusal to sign a female-protection bill as principled and pragmatic.
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.
Oregon state health officials unveiled a new proposal in January which seeks to turn temporary mask mandates permanent.
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