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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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We know that public schools have come become a battleground of ideologies, with multiple schools getting away with teaching CRT, others firing teachers for saying that boys are boys and girls are girls, and still more trying to prevent parents from speaking out against their radical curricula and policies. Now, we have organizations crying foul when and display of the Christian faith is made…
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In the fallout of Jon Gruden’s firing due to a series of “offensive” emails he sent from 2011-2018, Las Vegas Raiders quarterback offered a solution to make sure this never happens again: initiate a witch hunt on every NFL coach and general manager and see what dirt they can find on them. "If we just started opening up everybody's private emails and texts, people would start sweating a little…
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Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving can sometimes be an odd and controversial person, as his past has clearly shown. However, he has recently taken a firm stand against the NBA’s vaccine mandates, which has caused him to be removed from team activities. Nets general manager Sean Marks said on Tuesday that until Irving complies with New York City’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, he will not be…
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Last night, Jon Gruden saw his tenure as the Las Vegas Raiders head coach come to an end – because of comments he made 10 years ago. The New York Times published a report that revealed a series of emails containing comments where Gruden used gay slurs and potentially racist comments to voice his frustration at executives, coaches, and things that were happening in the NFL from 2011 onward. One…
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Over the past several years, radical protesters and left-leaning imbeciles have heavily tarnished the legacy of Christopher Columbus. Today, San Antonio Spurs head coach Greg Popovich got in the action when he took a shot at the 15th-century explorer from Italy. In a press conference, Popovich praised President Biden’s decision to call today “Indigenous People’s Day” in an attempt to refocus…
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When a fan goes to a game, the pregame ceremonies usually include announcing starting lineups, hearing your country’s national anthem, and soaking in the excitement exuding from thousands of fans packed into one arena. But if you go see the Toronto Maple Leafs or Toronto Raptors play a home game this year, you’ll get your daily dose of virtue signaling as well. The pregame ceremonies of…
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Many Americans have been saying for a long time that letting transgender men compete in women’s sports would be detrimental for women because a male’s physiology (generally) makes them stronger, faster, and more physically dominant than women. But now we don’t just have the common sense to support that viewpoint, we have a scientific study to prove it as well. A study from the Equality group of…
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A small yet distinct minority of (mostly black) NBA players have openly expressed their anti-coercion stance on the league's vaccine mandates, drawing support from Texas senator Ted Cruz. While unvaccinated players may take encouragement from having a politician’s support, Jemele Hill has a very different outlook on the situation. The former ESPN SportsCenter anchor and contributing writer for…
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China is no stranger to doing things that confuse the rest of the world, but they added another instance to their ledger on Wednesday when the International Olympic Committee announced that only mainland citizens of China will be allowed to attend the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing in 2022. After numerous conversations with China’s regime, the IOC stated that the reasoning for the spectator…
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To many of us, the most important element of life is our religion. It influences every decision we make and helps guide our conscience in matters of right and wrong. Our Constitution protects the individual’s right to practice the freedom of religion, one of the many things that make this country so special. Unfortunately, the NBA and the city of San Francisco don’t care about people’s religious…