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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 Philadelphia 76ers and the Toronto Raptors will square up in the first round of the NBA playoffs starting Saturday. But once the series shifts to Canada, the 76ers will be without one of their best defensive players.

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Skip Bayless is a known LeBron-James hater, but the co-host of Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED might have just leveled his best-ziger against the self-absorbed NBA star.

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New York City's vaccine mandate has crippled the livelihood of thousands of people. Mayor Eric Adams still contends that every classification of employer (except athletes and entertainers) needs to be vaccinated to earn a living, a hypocritical reality that has rightfully irked a large number of New Yorkers. 

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"Black coaches and candidates should have exactly the same ability to become employed, and remain employed, as white coaches and candidates. That is not currently the case, and I look forward to working with Coach Flores and Coach Horton to ensure that the aspiration of racial equality in the NFL becomes a reality," Wilkes said.

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The Atlanta Braves "Tomahawk Chop" is one of the most iconic fan rituals in the MLB. But because the American left is obsessed with racism, there are those who think that the celebration is insensitive.

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The NCAA is not even pretending to care about women in sports anymore.

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Attending a professional baseball game can be an expensive endeavor, but if you go to Truist Park to watch the Braves and order a burger, then you could really be in for a budget-busting night.

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Most athletes don't give a second thought to the woke ideology that permeates sports and our culture at large, and many go right along happily with it.

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If you've ever gone to a professional baseball game, you'll likely end up buying a package of Cracker Jacks. But the next time you go, you might have to get the woke version of this iconic snack.