football

ESPN's Robert Lee Belly-Flop

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

Taking ESPN to the left can't look like a wise strategy, as the network's subscriber base has declined from a peak of 100 million households in 2011 to less than 87 million now. But other liberal networks have shown that their business imperatives are less important than audaciously demonstrating their "courage" and commitment to the "social justice warriors."

Confirmed: ESPN Is As Stupid As We Thought

Ben Domenech, The Federalist

It was a story too dumb to be real: reports yesterday emerged that ESPN had pulled an Asian announcer named Robert Lee off a University of Virginia college football game to avoid offending idiots. I have to admit, I didn’t think it could be true. How unbelievably stupid do you have to be to think that someone whose name is similar to a Confederate general – albeit absent the all-important middle initial – would lead to triggering and upset viewers if he called a Charlottesville-based sporting event?

A Football Lesson For The GOP

Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.

Why (As A Sports Fanatic) I Can't Get Interested in Soccer

Liberals continue to try to push the metric system on us, just like they are desperate to get America to love soccer – so we can be just like the rest of the world. I don’t want to be like the rest of the world.

A Super Bowl Lesson for Conservatives

The political lesson from Super Bowl XLVIII is that the team (candidate or movement) that comes to the field to win – who wants it the most – has a mighty advantage.