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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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Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) deals have forever changed the complexion of college sports, and not all of those ways are positive. But some athletes are using their money to forever change the lives of others. Anthony Leal is a 6’5” junior guard for the Indiana Hoosiers men’s basketball team who has done well for himself through NIL. But this Christmas, he decided not to spend it all on himself…
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You don't have to be an expert historian to know that Hitler and his minions were hellbent on exterminating the Jewish race from existence through brutal, genocidal means. The Germans believed themselves to be a part of the superior “Aryan race,” and sought to kill those who were not part of it -- a textbook example of racism. This is perhaps the most infamous example of nation-wide racism in…
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There has never been a better time to be a female athlete representing the United States. Congress just passed a bill late on Wednesday that will guarantee that women’s international teams from the U.S. will receive equal payment and benefits as men, including the Olympics and Paralympics. The bill passed the Senate unanimously and now heads to Clown-in-Chief Joe Biden’s desk for signature. The…
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Tom Cruise is known to perform his own stunts during his action movies and to push boundaries while doing so, making it no surprise that he would successfully attempt what is rightfully being called the most daring stunt in cinematic history. Cruise’s new movie, “Mission Impossible 7: Dead Reckoning Part 1,” is set to hit theaters on July 13, 2023, but he gave fans a behind the scenes look at a…
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The New York Times has published a series of articles criticizing the Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps (JROTC) for holding classes in public high schools across the country, arguing that the organization is “militarizing” students. JROTC, with funding from the National Rifle Association (NRA), has chapters in high schools throughout the country, and their goal is to provide participants…
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The Olympics and Paralympics will not allow transgendered women to compete against biological women, but you still may see transgenders at these competitions nonetheless. To spare you all the dry details and give you a quick summary of the decision, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) has encouraged individual sports to consider creating an “Open” category for transgender athletes…
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Staff members at University Baptist Church (UBC) in Waco, TX (just a handful of miles from Baylor University) wanted to host a welcoming party for Brittney Griner on Monday after the Baylor alum returned from Russia. But not too many people were keen on joining this celebration, and only 20 people actually attended the event, which is kind of hilarious. Naturally, when ESPN found out, they…
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If you’re transgender women looking to infiltrate women’s sports in Ohio, then there’s still hope for you. Members of the Buckeye State’s General Assembly voted down a bill (which has been amended several times) that would prevent transgendered females to from competing in sports with biological women, although that same bill passed the state Senate, 23-7, earlier this month. There was also a…
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NASCAR might be the most tone-deaf league out there when it comes to interacting with fans. Most racing followers are conservative, America-loving individuals who don’t give two rips about being politically correct. As such, it’s confusing why NASCAR would post a “Happy Holidays” graphic on its Twitter account to avoid “offending” its fans (sidebar, if you’re offended by people saying “Merry…