Earlier this week Donald Trump, Jr. ripped into Canadian transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon for winning the Women’s World Sprint Championship - smashing a world...
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.
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.
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.
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.
USWNT goaltender Ashlyn Harris ripped into former teammate Jaelene Hinkle this past week by labeling her as “intolerant” and “homophobic” for her christian beliefs.
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.
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.