Jay Maxson
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Maybe America isn’t losing its collective mind after all.

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Brittney Griner’s imprisonment in Russia is the excuse for a hateful attack on “racists” in the good old U.S. of A. 

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Former President Donald Trump loves to get in his digs at LeBron James’ expense. During a Saturday speech, Trump said that if he coached a women’s basketball team, James would make a great addition as a transgender player. He joked that he would coax James to join his team. 

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Four years ago, Laura Ingraham’s “shut up and dribble” advice to LeBron James greatly angered the NBA’s leading crybaby and SJW. My, how times have changed. Ever the money grubber, James now aims to cash in and patent that phrase.

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Major League Baseball showcased its very best talents in Tuesday’s all-star game, and the viewing public said nah, not interested. Television ratings for a fast declining woke league were at rock bottom in the history of all-star game viewing. 

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The Biden Administration’s COVID travel restriction policy preventing unvaccinated foreigners from entering the United States is so darn selective it smells to high heaven.

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ESPN’s annual ESPY awards show tonight will maintain their woke tradition by honoring admitted law-breaker Brittney Griner. 

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When Carl Nassib came out of the closet 13 months ago, he did it for the children. Not just to become the first active NFL player to identify as homosexual. Then a member of the Las Vegas Raiders, Nassib told Good Morning America today that he agonized over the decision, but –- grab a tissue! -- he did it for the kids. 

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Quarterback Deshaun Watson is already gone, traded to Cleveland, but his old team is still trying to clean up the horrible mess created by this alleged pervert.

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Once more for the learning impaired people at the University of Pennsylvania: what is a woman? These folks obviously don’t know the answer to that simple question, as evidenced by their nomination of the male William “Lia” Thomas, whom they allowed to compete this past season on their women’s swimming team, for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.