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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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Colin Kaepernick changes his mind on the NFL more than Anthony Fauci changes his mind on how to effectively fight COVID.

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Tanner Houck is a starting pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, and Mel Kiper Jr. analyzes the NFL Draft for ESPN. What do they have in common?

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April 15th is tax day, but as a born and bred New Englander and Boston sports fan, it carries a little extra meaning.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is the most accomplished quarterback the game of football has ever seen, but most people didn't see potential in the University of Michigan product due to his lack of physical attributes, which was famously captured in a photo from the 2000 NFL Combine.

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Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy was vehemently criticized by unhinged leftists for supporting a pro-fatherhood bill signed by Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis. Dungy, who currently resides in Tampa, said that he thinks that HB 7065 will have a lasting, positive impact on fatherhood in the Sunshine State.

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The future of women's sports is starting to look brighter.

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When kids go to school these days, they are not primarily being taught how to add, how to read, or how to perform science experiments. No, they are being taught how to identify their sexuality and how to approve of the LGTBQ+ agenda, from as young as four years old. 

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The MLB has come a long way in allowing black people to participate in the sport. But as always, there are plenty of people that think there's more to be done in the name of "inclusivity."

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The NBA play-in game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Los Angeles Clippers had a sticky situation on the court.

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In 2020, only 51.3 million children lived with two parents in their home, and over 18 million children do not have a father in that home. Naturally, this kind of familial instability can lead to a host of problems for the next generation of adults, something Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis tried to address by signing HB 7065 on Monday.