Jay Maxson
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Kim Mulkey just left Baylor University to become head women’s basketball coach at LSU, putting herself in the crosshairs of the Left. According to leftist weenies with blogs, she’s bringing her anti-LGBT baggage with her, igniting renewed attacks for not playing ball with the woke mob that celebrates anything that is not heteronormative. Or any lesbian named Brittney Griner.  When Mulkey coached…
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To use a baseball analogy on President Joe Biden’s Monday reception for the 2021 champion Atlanta Braves, let’s just say he made more than his share of errors. Though his apologists at The Associated Press certainly weren’t going to admit that.  It was left up to Breitbart to describe the bewildered president’s conduct and behavior. The president “appeared meandering and confused,” throughout…
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Will the real Gov. Laura Kelly please stand up? The incumbent Kansas Democrat seeking re-election is changing her position often enough to make a chameleon dizzy when it comes to transgender boys playing on girls' sports teams. Both sides of the political divide exposed her dishonesty over the issue of integrity in girls' sports.   Gov. Kelly twice vetoed bills aimed at keeping boys out of girls…
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Suspended Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner and SJW Robert Sarver announced Wednesday he plans to sell the teams despite all the great things he’s done. Claiming he’s united the community for 20 years, Sarver’s written statements come across like an arrogant man in denial of the division he’s sown.  Initially hoping to maintain ownership of the two pro basketball teams while serving a one-year…
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Unvaccinated Brooklyn Nets’ guard Kyrie Irving on Tuesday delivered a sharp jab at New York Mayor Eric Adams’ latest vax requirement, which ended the private employer vaccine mandate but kept it in place for city workers. Irving, who was not allowed to play or practice at home last season, called Adams’ mandate a human rights violation of epic proportions.  Irving stuck it to the mayor in a…
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With ESPN rooting it on, USA Today has turned the game-day attire of NFL players into a fashion show. Their arrival is akin to the walk of fashion models down the runway. No toxic masculinity here, and the feminization of the American male continues in full swing.  Victoria Hernandez, who loves purple, is the community engagement producer at USA TODAY who specializes in the crossover of sports…
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Decadence on steroids appeared among tailgating fans Sunday outside the Cleveland Browns’ stadium. Fans of disgraced, suspended quarterback Deshaun Watson went to desperate, despicable lengths to insult the massage therapists who said he had engaged in sexual misconduct with them.  Watson was accused by 30 massage therapists of inappropriate behavior, and he has been fined $5 million and…
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Pro sports TV and radio personality Thom Brennaman’s voice was missing from the airways when the NFL recently kicked off the new season. All because he said the word “fag” on a hot mike in 2020. At the same time, NFL players who committed serious crimes continue playing. Sports-writer Andy Furman says that if Brennaman wore a uniform, he’d still be calling games on Sundays.  “Something was…
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In the aftermath of the Dobbs v. Jackson ruing, in which the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, USA Today Sports spoke to nearly three dozen current and retired professional female athletes, coaches, agents and sports executives to get their opinions on how women’s rights are being stripped away. What resulted is today’s thorough beatdown of pro-life red states.  The entire story focuses on…
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Disgraced Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver proves woke pro sports owners can speak the woke talk, but they don’t always walk it. He’s been fined $10 million and suspended for a year by the NBA for a long history of racist and misogynistic behavior.  The NBA conducted an exhaustive investigation of Sarver’s tenure as Suns’ owner. It interviewed 320 current and former employees and…