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.
On Sunday night, female athletic superstars and everyone's favorite activists Megan Rapinoe, Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi went on ESPN2 and joined in a Manningcast-style commentary of the NCAA women's basketball championship between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the UConn Huskies.
Many Americans could not stand former President Donald Trump for a variety of reasons, but everyone can agree that the gas prices during his term were far better than the prices we deal with today.
Disney wants to make entertainment infused with the gay agenda and do whatever it can to support this demographic. Unfortunately, Oreo has jumped on this bandwagon too.
What women's basketball lacks in viewership numbers they more than make up for in woke, virtue-signaling athletes.
The vast majority of student athletes that attend Liberty University are Christian, so logic would suggest that they would do things that would reflect their beliefs. While most people would generally be ok with this, there are still a few that most certainly are not.
Disney's full-on sellout for the LGTBQIA+ agenda is enough to make people shudder. Instead of just openly opposing Florida House Bill 1557, now they want childrenâ€™s entertainment to be infused with gay agendas and characters. Apparently, Disney's antics was enough for one athlete to never want to financially support Disney ever again.
In case you missed it, yesterday was Trans Day of Visibility (I know you’re probably losing sleep over not realizing how special yesterday was - wink). As if transgender people don’t already dominate the news cycle enough, one actor in particular made an extra concerted effort to make sure transgender kids feel special.
The men that lived in Boston, MA in the 1770s played an invaluable role in forming the foundations of the United States of America, a country where religious liberty and fear of God were integral to its vision for the future. Those same men would be appalled by what is going on near their city today.
While we currently have to put up with the vomit-inducing reality that biological men like Lia Thomas are competing in women’s sports at the national level, high school and college athletes in Oklahoma will not have to worry about that anymore.