Saints quarterback Drew Brees and the Clemson football program have been singled out recently as Chrisitan values coming under attack.
Progressive minds like Hill and the far left-wing political class have made it clear they want to strip you of your freedoms and your choice-making ability.
Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins recently told GQ magazine that recent comments from his former owner made him feel like he was a slave again.
The Miami Dolphins traded wide receiver Kenny Stills to the Houston Texans less than a month after his controversial tweet. It's not hard to understand why.
George Washington University has started the ridiculous process of eliminating the term "colonial" around campus because it hurts feelings.
US Women's soccer star booted a 55-yard field goal during practice. That doesn't make her an NFL kicker.
Remember when the 2015 U.S. Little League champs were denied a White House visit after President Obama extended an invite a year earlier?
Scour posts throughout social media and you’ll quickly see how identity politics is playing into racing and how fans are detaching themselves from the sport.
Russell Wilson refuses to discuss politics - but he’ll occasionally tweet about it, and like Super Bowl XLIX, even come up a little short.
Has President Trump's temperment fueled the manner in which athletes look at the media?
Rex Ecarma allegedly was quoted as saying "How many Indians are going to walk in this building?" and "Whites are better than black people."
If this was truly about the fight for equality, then the women’s soccer team would be sharing headlines with three Connecticut female athletes who filed a federal discrimination complaint.
Jay-Z's partnership with the NFL doesn't need Kaepernick, who has actually done very little for social justice outside of taking a knee.
The five-time NBA championship coach feels he has a license to define who’s an American patriot and who’s not in speaking to reporters at the Lakers practice facility Tuesday.
AOC decided to chime in during an online feud between Portnoy and some guy named Rafi Letzer, who’s in the business of trying to unionize digital writers and social media employees.
John Daly's golf attire with President Trump violated U.S. Code Title 36, Chapter 10, Section 176 under “Respect for the Flag”
It was only a matter of time before an American athlete would embarrass his country on the world stage. Fencer Race Imboden decided to take a knee on the podium at the Pan Am Games.
Polarizing quarterback Colin Kaepernick wanted to remind fans with a tweet that he's still ready for the NFL. Here's what they seem to forget.
The NCAA’s new rule and California's governor prove how highly authoritarian governing bodies can tailor their agenda towards someone they find irredeemable or jeopardizes their entities.
MLB has been the one league that has resisted crossing the white lines into the political arena. You wonder if that will change sometime soon.
Broncos general manager and Hall-of-Fame quarterback John Elway was one of over 123,000 people to “like” Donald Trump’s early morning tweet about the media.
In coming up with a team motto for the upcoming season, the team’s elected senior captains decided to go with, are you ready for this, “Load the Clips.”
It doesn’t take long to realize that the USWNT star doesn’t exactly mean what she says, and now that she’s done a countless number of interviews, catching her in an obvious contradiction isn’t all that difficult.
But few people outside of the political arena want to point out how parts of Baltimore has deteriorated to where the city is one of the poorest and most dangerous in America.
No matter what side you support in the ongoing rift between the USWNT and the U.S. Soccer Federation, this much remains true: There’s a complete distrust between the organization’s governing body and the members who comprise the national teams.
Former NBA star and TNT analyst Charles Barkley tells it like it is when it comes to basketball, and he didn’t shy away from stating the obvious following Tuesday night’s debate in Detroit.
It’s somewhat refreshing to see a pro athlete have an honest, civil (and to some degree intelligent) discussion on the state of political affairs. Recently, former NFL rushing champion Arian Foster sat down with Fox News host Tomi Lahren in her latest episode of “No Interruption.”
Want to see what a real fascist, oppressive and, dictatorial government looks like? It’s certainly not here in the United States.
I’m not exactly sure what Diana Taurasi studied at the University of Connecticut, but it certainly wasn’t free market enterprise or economics in a capitalist society.
The biggest headline throughout the NFL offseason were the trades of two of the biggest, most productive wide receivers in football.
The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo may not have American Michael Phelps in the pool, but there could be some real drama leading up to the Summer Games with the opening ceremonies starting exactly one year to the day.
USWNT goaltender Ashlyn Harris ripped into former teammate Jaelene Hinkle this past week by labeling her as “intolerant” and “homophobic” for her christian beliefs.
Guess which league is now falling behind in its code of conduct? It’s hardly being discussed because very few people pay close attention to the WNBA, but the women’s professional basketball league has gained a reputation for having a domestic violence problem, which has been normally reserved for the NFL.
Conservative commentator and host of the number one conservative podcast in America Ben Shapiro provided some op-ed analysis on polarizing soccer star Megan Rapinoe.
They were brash. They were emboldened. And they brought a certain American bravado into this year’s tournament in their quest to become the first US team to win back-to-back World Cup titles.
Colin Kaepernick lied to America when he said his stance was about “systemic oppression” and “police brutality” in the United States. Colin Kaepernick stated his position to kneel during our national anthem had nothing to do with the flag of the United States of America, but rather the injustices that take place in our society. Yes, you were fooled.
Whatever you may think of US soccer star Megan Rapinoe, her disdain for the White House and the country she represents every time she wears the USA jersey began well before Donald Trump ever took up residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.