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John Simmons is a Culture reporter for the MRCTV Blog, specializing in exposing liberal bias in the world of sports. He graduated with a degree in journalism from Liberty University and has written for numerous publications and websites, including The Boston Globe, The Liberty Champion, and The Standing for Freedom Center. 

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The USMNT was emphatically bounced from the World Cup by the Netherlands on Saturday, losing in rather humiliating fashion, 3-1. But that escaped the attention of Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who wished the U.S. men the best of luck - 11 hours after being eliminated. The round of 16 match kicked off at 10 a.m. EST, meaning the Americans World Cup run ended by lunch. But Menendez - or his social…
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While the NFL’s annual “My Cause My Cleats” initiative was meant to gain publicity for deserving charities across the country, yet another star is using his cleats to promote a woke organization. Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson Jr. chose to promote “Everytown for Gun Safety,” an organization that unsurprisingly seeks to end gun violence by pressuring lawmakers into passing…
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Each year, the NFL hosts a fundraising campaign called “My Cause, My Cleats,” in which the league permits and encourages players to come up with a design on their footwear that shows support for a charity of their choosing. Usually, players use it to raise awareness for fundraisers that help breast cancer survivors or that prevent sex trafficking, but one player used his design to support…
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You’ve heard of throwing your remote at the TV in a rage, but I’ll bet you’ve never seen someone stab their TV with a knife…until today. After Mexico failed to get out of the group stage of the World Cup for the first time since the 1994 tournament, a dedicated El Tri fan watching Mexico’s 2-1 win over Saudi Arabia (which was still not enough to get them to the knockout stage) began punching his…
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If you had an all-women referee crew managing a match on your World Cup bingo card (or if you're kind of person that cares about that sort of thing), today is your lucky day! A group of three female referees will be officiating today’s Group E match between Germany and Costa Rica for the first time in the tournament’s history. France's Stéphanie Frappart will be the head official in the match,…
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Members of the USMNT aren’t the only ones elated by advancing to the Round of 16 at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.  Thanks to the collective bargaining agreement signed between the USMNT and the U.S. women’s national team (USWNT), the female soccer players that are currently watching the World Cup from home just earned a 50/50 share of the prize money allotted to the USMNT for reaching the…
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The 2003 hit rom-com “Love Actually”  is coming up on its 20th anniversary, but director Richard Curtis doesn’t look upon his popular film with much delight anymore. Curtis said in an interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer that his movie feels “out of date” because there is only one main character who was not white (Chiwetel Ejiofor, who plays the role of Peter). “The lack of diversity makes me feel…
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If you enter the Naval Academy but don’t graduate, that usually means you failed some sort of physical training or your grades weren’t good enough. But some midshipmen are being denied diplomas because of their stance on the COVID-19 vaccines. A group of House Republicans are probing the Navy policies after they obtained credible evidence that Navy students that sought religious exemptions from…
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The New York Times has become a laughingstock as one of the biggest circulators of terrible reporting and woke talking points. They just gave us another reason to chuckle yesterday. Shortly after the U.S. beat Iran 1-0 in the final match of the group stage to continue their World Cup dream, the Times posted an article on its front page with the news. While it might seem great that the USMNT was…
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The U.S. and Iran play each other in a crucial group stage match in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. However, the focus of the Iranians will likely be split between winning the match … and something far more sinister. The Iranian government has issued a warning to all members of its national soccer team that should they protest their government by not wholeheartedly singing the national anthem (which…