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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 Buffalo Bills defeated the New England Patriots 35-23 on Sunday, which locked them into the number two seed in the AFC playoff picture and set up a matchup with division rival Miami in the Wild Card round on Jan. 15.  The win was emotional coming just six days after safety Damar Hamlin’s injury, and Bills players wore a special number 3 patch on their jerseys to show support for their…
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“Progress” strikes again at a California college, as the University of Southern California’s (USC) School of Social Work is no longer using the word “field” when referring to a student’s potential career path. USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work interim dean Vassilios Papadopoulos said that her department is refraining from using the word in case some students feel like they are being…
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Actor Kirk Cameron believes that the future of America is in the hands of parents who take intentional steps to raise their children to value faith and freedom. The “Growing Pains” star appeared on Monday’s episode of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss how fathers and mothers should be reclaiming their privilege to raise their children and shape them to be the type of people that will…
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With the conclusion of the 2022 NFL regular season this past weekend, a slew of head and assistant coaches have been fired as teams that missed the playoffs look for better candidates to lead their teams. The Houston Texans are one such team, and after finishing with the worst record in the AFC at 3-13-1, the organization fired head coach Lovie Smith.  This should be the end of the story. But…
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Former Virginia Tech women’s soccer player Kiersten Hening has won a $100,000 settlement after suing her former coach, Charles Adair, for harassing her for not kneeling for the national anthem. In 2020, the Hokies’ women’s soccer team decided to kneel for the national anthem, which served as the team’s “unity statement” and as a way to protest against racism. Hening decided not to kneel, which…
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The publication Scientific American covers new developments in the realm of science, technology, and society. Now, you can add racism to that list of topics. SA published a piece by Tracie Canada, an associate professor of anthropology at Duke University, suggesting that the violent nature of professional football disproportionately affects black men who play the sport. She used Damar Hamlin’s…
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Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is showing substantial signs of improvement after suffering cardiac arrest on Monday night. Doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said that Hamlin has begun to be responsive to questions and that he can move his extremities. Hamlin is still on a respirator so he is unable to speak, but he has been writing out questions and answers to a team of…
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It appears Benedict Cumberbatch is not the only Hollywood superstar to find out some of his ancestors were slave owners. “Glass Onion” and “Primal Fear” star Ed Norton discovered on an episode of the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” with Obama pal Henry Louis Gates, Jr. that his third great-grandfather, John Winstead, owned seven slaves, including several young girls -- aged four, six, eight, nine…
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Last year was a rough one for the entertainment industry. That is, if you judge its success by its overall lack of diversity on movie sets and in film production.  According to two studies, one published by USC Annenberg’s Inclusion Initiative and one titled “Celluloid Ceiling” from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University. The overall number of…
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Novak Djokovic has hit another roadblock in his professional tennis career due to his vaccination status. The Serbian was just allowed to compete in tennis tournaments in Australia again after Down Under altered its vaccination requirements for foreigners wishing to enter the country. But the United States has yet to come back to its senses in this regard and just made an extension to its own…