Scott Giebel
MRCTV Intern

Scott Giebel graduated from Millersville University with a degree in Sports Journalism and is now a graduate assistant at Wheeling University where he is getting his MBA. Scott enjoys sports and the outdoors. 

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Scott Giebel | July 3, 2024
Since the overturning of Roe v. Wade, some states have been striving to maintain access to abortion, asserting it as a "right." Arizona is now joining this effort by pushing for an Abortion Rights Amendment. According to NBC News, a proposed amendment to enshrine access to abortion in Arizona’s constitution is one step closer to appearing on the November 2024 ballot. Arizona for Abortion Access…
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Scott Giebel | July 3, 2024
Paul Vaughn, a pro-life activist and father of 11, was arrested in October of 2022 for an incident that occurred in 2021. Vaughn, along with 10 others, created a “blockade” at an abortion clinic in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. According to an article by LifeNews, Vaughn and the others were charged with  “conspiracy against rights secured by the FACE Act, and committing FACE Act violations.”  Vaughn…
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Scott Giebel | July 2, 2024
It is no secret that inflation has been a significant issue since Joe Biden became President, affecting not just the American people but also leading many retail chains to close thousands of stores. Inflation is causing customers to become more selective about where they shop and what they buy, which is having a major impact on stores. According to an article by Yahoo Finance, well over 3,400…
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Scott Giebel | July 2, 2024
The Democrats are in turmoil following last week's disastrous debate for Joe Biden, with some even suggesting the aging president should be swapped for another frontrunner, such as California Governor Gavin Newsom or even twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. But according to an article from Politico, Kamala Harris - Biden’s current vice president - isn’t listed as one of the…
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Scott Giebel | June 28, 2024
ESPN is no stranger to integrating politics into its programming, despite its supposed focus on sports. However, they recently instituted a 'stick to sports' mandate, garnering support from an unexpected figure. Stephen A. Smith, known for voicing his typically liberal political views on “First Take,” a sports-centric show, has chosen to align with ESPN's new direction. According to an article…
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Scott Giebel | June 27, 2024
Richard Levine, now going by the first name of Rachel, has faced significant criticism since transitioning to a woman and assuming the role of the Biden administration's top health official. Once again, controversy surrounds him...er, her...whatever. According to the health organization Do No Harm, Levine pressured an international organization to drop age restrictions that would have…
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Scott Giebel | June 26, 2024
On June 17, 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray was found dead in North Harris County, Texas. Her hands and feet were bound and she had marks on her neck. Johan José Martínez-Rangel, 22, and Franklin Peña, 26, who are Venezuelan, were arrested in connection to the killing. In a case like this, one might assume the judge would focus on these two men, but that was not the case. RELATED: Illegal Alien…
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Scott Giebel | June 25, 2024
Pride nights have become a staple in sports as the LGBTQ movement continues to its growing influence in different parts of society. However, the Texas Rangers baseball team has decided not to host a pride night, which has stirred controversy. Rafael McDonnell works for the Resource Center, one of the largest LGBTQ organizations in the Dallas area, and he occasionally addresses the Rangers on…
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Scott Giebel | June 25, 2024
The Stanley Cup Finals concluded yesterday with the Florida Panthers defeating the Edmonton Oilers to claim the Cup. However, before the game, sports talk host and podcaster Stephen A. Smith chose to focus more on race rather than the game itself. Smith is known for often steering sports discussions toward racial issues rather than the on-field action or news. He frequently emphasizes the…
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Scott Giebel | June 25, 2024
The election is only six months away, and Planned Parenthood is doing what it can to oppose Republicans and support Democrats. They believe that spending $40 million on "abortion rights," combined with voters who are angry at Republicans, will be the key to success. Planned Parenthood is beginning their campaign by setting their sights on eight states that President Joe Biden won in 2020, which…