Similar to overpaid NFL “star” Jay Cutler’s reign of terror as the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears, the best thing we can say about the 113th session of Congress is that it’s over.
African Americans are not the only victims of media incitement to murder as was borne out on Thursday in Missouri as a sign of the success of Republican media’s successful 13-year fear mongering campaign.
If the last 2 weeks of reporting and punditry tell us anything, Fox “News” is willing write off one side of the racial divide for generations; the same way the Republicans have written off the Latinos that Fox “News” is hypocritically trying to attract.
For decent Americans it is beyond comprehension that it is acceptable for white supremacists, whether they are St. Louis-area cops or owners of a sports bar, to demand that African Americans suffer punishment for exercising their constitutional rights.
On Tuesday, Republican candidate for Massachusetts Governor, Charlie Baker, called a Boston-area female reporter ‘sweetheart’ and patted her on her shoulder after she asked him a question.
Another day, another new low reached by bottom-scraping conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. In this instance, Limbaugh justified rape culture by telling men that no really means yes.
Everyone was willing to protect Ray Rice because he is such a valuable football player.
This is a world in which women have no right to complain about gender inequality if they don’t want to get punched, but if Ray Rice had punched another man in the elevator, he would be just as guilty
During the broadcast of his AM talk radio show The Answer Thursday evening, former one-term Republican Congressman Joe Walsh live-tweeted that he was being censored by his radio station from having an “honest conversation” about racial slurs.
Lars Larson and C. Edmund Right are pretty sure that kiss persecuted them and worse, that it’s a lot like making it a crime to insult Mohommed. Or putting an NFL franchise out of business for drafting a gay player, I’m sure they’d agree.
LaBarbera says he was “forced and subjected through the media these homosexual acts, the homosexual perversion.”
“The NFL, like most of the rest of American business, is about to learn that when you trample the Christian community and Christian values there will be a terrible financial price to pay,”
During last night’s Super Bowl, Coca Cola aired a commercial showing people singing ‘America the Beautiful’ in different languages.
NBA player Jason Collins says he’s gay; the religious right says he is immoral and aberrant and so are we for supporting him
The NFL hates ’em, the GOP loves ’em: bad character guys. Who needs Nazis and the KKK? We already have the Republican Party.
Unlike football, one group of Christians is playing by a different set of rules that defy the tenets of the religion and its adherents’ claim to be followers of Christ.
NRA has a very long ‘enemies list’ that includes sports teams, but they left the RNC off their list even after the GOP banned guns at their convention.
Republicans have quit on America. They’re putting forth no effort, and most importantly at all, they haven’t even bothered to show up for the past two years.
Jesus said don’t be a hypocrite and pray in public, so what does Tebow do? He prays in pulbic AND trademarks it
If you like the work of the NFL’s replacement refs, then you’ll love how Mitt Romney will govern the country if he win the election in November.