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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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On December 2, U.S. District Judge Thomas T. Cullen gave his approval to a former women’s collegiate soccer player to sue her coach on charges of a free speech violation. Kiersten Hening was a midfielder and defender for the Virginia Tech Hokies from 2018-2020, where she was logging consistent minutes and regularly starting and contributing. But on September 12, 2020, Hening refused to kneel…
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The Northwestern State Demons defeated the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, 91-73 on Saturday. While the result of a low-profile D-1 basketball game isn’t all that special, what happened during the game could even make a cynic smile. During the final minutes of the game, forward Hansel Emmanuel stepped on the floor for the demons. When he was 6, the native Dominican had a pile of cinder blocks fall on…
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Disney’s strategy of advocating for LGBT causes failed miserably, so its returning CEO is changing his tune and being more vocal about another favorite issue of the left: gun control. Speaking at the Sandy Hook Promise Benefit on Tuesday to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of one of the worst school shootings in American history, Disney CEO Bob Iger said it was the responsibility of people in…
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Cats can be hard to be around: they act aloof and usually don’t want to be around people. But most people wouldn’t actually throw one out of their sight if they encountered one. But Brazil’s World Cup press officer is not like most people. In a press conference on Wednesday in which Brazilian winger Vinicius Jr. was taking questions from the media ahead of his squad’s match against Croatia on…
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The 2022 World Cup has been heavily under the influence of the woke agenda, but one prominent star on one of the last eight teams has been forthright in sharing his Christian faith. England winger Bukayo Saka - who has scored three times in four games for the Three Lions - recently shared how reading the Bible each night during his squad’s stay at the World Cup has given him a sense of grounding…
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USWNT star Megan Rapinoe might be the athlete that makes my skin crawl the most for many reasons: she’s anti-American, one of - if not the - strongest supporter of the LGBT agenda in the realm of athletics, and is as arrogant as they come. In addition to that sterling combination of traits, she’s now the cofounder of an entertainment company. Rapinoe and her “wife,” former WNBA star Sue Bird,…
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Former New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is getting sued for pretending to be struck by lightning. Allow me to explain. The future NFL Hall of Famer was shooting a commercial for online sports gambling site PointsBets. Brees and a marketing team traveled down to the Catatumbo River in Venezuela, which is home to a never-ending lightning storm. This setting was chosen because the purpose…
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The USMNT was emphatically bounced from the World Cup by the Netherlands on Saturday, losing in rather humiliating fashion, 3-1. But that escaped the attention of Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who wished the U.S. men the best of luck - 11 hours after being eliminated. The round of 16 match kicked off at 10 a.m. EST, meaning the Americans World Cup run ended by lunch. But Menendez - or his social…
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While the NFL’s annual “My Cause My Cleats” initiative was meant to gain publicity for deserving charities across the country, yet another star is using his cleats to promote a woke organization. Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson Jr. chose to promote “Everytown for Gun Safety,” an organization that unsurprisingly seeks to end gun violence by pressuring lawmakers into passing…
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Each year, the NFL hosts a fundraising campaign called “My Cause, My Cleats,” in which the league permits and encourages players to come up with a design on their footwear that shows support for a charity of their choosing. Usually, players use it to raise awareness for fundraisers that help breast cancer survivors or that prevent sex trafficking, but one player used his design to support…