Tag Archives: Protests

Week 11 Monday Not So Morning Thoughts (A Day Late): Myles Garrett and Colin Kaepernick

Two stories dominated Week 11 and both are pretty hard stories so I figure screw the fluff. I will dive into those two stories. The first involved Myles Garrett attempting to hit Mason Rudolph with his own helmet and the second involved the controversial Colin Kaepernick getting the chance to showcase his arm to NFL scouts. Myles Garrett Cleveland Browns

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Athletes Not Visiting The White House: Patriotism v Nationalism, Protests, How Does It Impact USWNT

Megan Rapinoe once again makes the headlines for her strong personality after being asked if she would attend the White House if the USWNT go on to win the World Cup. Her response was “I am not fucking going.” She went on to say that she doubts they would be invited. This of course has everything to do with President

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My Thoughts on NFL's New Anthem Policy

The NFL had quite the week announcing several changes to policies and rules. Some of the biggest changes were what constitutes as an illegal tackle and more importantly the dreaded discussion of whether or not players can kneel during the National Anthem to protest injustices in the United States. In short, the rules basically states the following… Players and teams

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It's 2017, let's be better: 6 Takeaways from Charlottesville

What happened in Charlottesville, Virginia is inexcusable, reprehensible and absolutely disgusting. There is no way around that. This is 2017, we should be better. A white nationalist rally comprised of Ku Klux Klan and Neo-nazi buttholes turned violent and deadly. A 32-year-old women was killed after being rammed by an idiot in a vehicle. A dozen or so more were

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