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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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It’s March, so that means it’s Women’s History Month. ESPN decided to make a tribute video to celebrate all that women have done in sports by highlighting … a dude. ESPN -- which keeps inventing ways to be stupid -- broadcast a minute-long segment whose premise was that Lia Thomas competing in NCAA women’s swimming was a landmark moment in the advancement and recognition of women's sports. Of…
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A group of professional women’s soccer players believes the video game “FIFA 23” was intentionally trying to make people of color look bad in its gameplay. The National Women’s Soccer League Players Association (NWSLPA) published a statement telling FIFA to do better at making black women look more accurate in the game. This is the first time that gamers will be able to select women’s teams when…
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Cycling has surprisingly become a battleground in the fight to protect women’s sports. Last week, we saw a transgender woman win a cycling event in New York City while competing in the women’s division. Tiffany Thomas, who is 46, raced against women almost 15 years younger than him, and he was still able to beat women in their primes. But that’s just one travesty of recent memory. Hannah…
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Hailey Davidson is a biological male that is competing in the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). After Davidson lost an event on Wednesday, a former PGA golfer called out the absurdity of Davidson’s presence in the event. John Peterson responded to a graphic that showed Davidson finish second behind Bella Dohvey in a mini-tour in Florida. Dohvey is only 15 years old, doesn’t have her…
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The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) mob has accused the NCAA and the NFL of not doing enough to make sure that female and minority candidates are not getting enough job opportunities.  An ESPN article examined the 2022 College Sport Racial and Gender Report Card published by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES). The report is 99 pages of complaining about what they see…
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A biological male won a cycling event in New York City this past weekend - after competing in the women’s division. Tiffany Thomas (are he and Lia brothers?) raced against women at the Randall’s Island Crit and earned the 16th win of his career. While it’s no surprise that a man would beat a woman in a race given the inherent physical advantage males tend to have, what really highlights the…
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Dallas Maverick guard Kyrie Irving thinks people are being too judgmental toward Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant for posting a live video of himself carrying a handgun into a club in Denver. No, seriously. Irving said that Morant has become a victim of an overly critical contingent of people who - rightfully - think what Morant did was idiotic, shortsighted, and could have caused harm to more…
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Joseph Kennedy is raking in some cash after winning his Supreme Court case. Kennedy was fired from his position as coach of the Bremerton High School (BHS) football team in 2015 for praying at midfield after games. After winning a 7-year legal battle that culminated last summer with SCOTUS’s 6-3 ruling in his favor, he will receive a $1.7 million settlement. BHS will also pay Kennedy’s legal…
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The 2023 March Madness tournament, which has shown few if any progressive trappings, has had better ratings thus far than most NBA games last year. Surprise, surprise.  According to the Sports Business Journal, this year’s edition of perhaps the most exciting sporting event in America has not only been record setting in and of itself, it is putting the NBA to absolute shame. Here’s a brief list…
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Penn State wrestler Aaron Brooks just took home his third individual wrestling title, but he is coming under fire for how he celebrated his victory. Brooks defeated Northern Iowa’s Parker Keckeisen in the 184-pound finals, and immediately gave credit to God’s presence in his life for his run of success. “It’s everything. Christ’s resurrection is everything,” Brooks said in a presser after the…