Prominent Hong Kong freedom activist Joshua Wong on Friday branded “a really big slap in the face” an email from ESPN NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski to Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), that read simply, “Fuck you.”
Rumors flew after the Redskins announced they were conducting a “thorough review” of their name, that the team could perhaps come up with a new name before the start of the 2020 season. Now, a new report suggests that the name change could come very soon indeed.
On Friday, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley slammed the NBA for ignoring the rampant human rights abuse record of their partner, China. The Senator’s office included ESPN NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski on the email recipient list.
Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) has called on the NBA to put pro-police, military, and “Free Hong Kong” messages on their uniforms, as opposed to the Black Lives Matter-related messages the league plans to have on jerseys when the league restarts later this month.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith this week challenged Mark Levin on “The Mark Levin Show” over the conservative talker’s call for the Philadelphia Eagles to cut ties with or punish star wide receiver DeSean Jackson for publishing anti-Jewish conspiracy theories of Adolf Hitler and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan on his Instagram.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Malik Jackson is defending DeSean Jackson for reposting messages by notorious anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, a man Malik calls “honorable.”
FedEx is increasing pressure on their business partner, the Washington Redskins, to change their name. Despite having seven years remaining on their contract with the Redskins, the shipping company says they will remove their name from FedEx Field at the end of this season if the Redskins don’t change their name.
NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball will open the 2021 season on April 1 and hopes to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968.
The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday it will not play nonconference games in football and several other sports this fall, the most dramatic move yet by a power conference because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Philadelphia Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie has yet to punish wide receiver DeSean Jackson for admiringly posting antisemitic quotes attributed to Nazi madman Adolf Hitler. Interestingly, the timing of the controversy coincides with the release of a documentary on Hitler released by Lurie’s production company.
The play of the Cleveland Browns has inspired many of their fans to cover their faces. However, now it appears they’re going to be required to do it.
The Philadelphia Union donned shirts bearing the names of black people killed by the police for the MLS tournament in Orlando, Florida.
Major League Baseball’s social media accounts have gone woke, with dozens of Black Lives Matter posts from the league and players alike.
One of the NFL’s few Jewish players has offered to take Desean Jackson to a very special place, to show him the kind of terrible results rampant antisemitism can produce.
July 9 (UPI) — Kansas City Chiefs veteran Mitchell Schwartz said he hopes anti-Semitic social media posts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ DeSean Jackson bring awareness to “hate” the Jewish community faces.
Wednesday during an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), who is in an election fight for her U.S. Senate seat, pushed back against Black Lives Matter (BLM) in the wake of announcing her opposition to the WNBA’s decision honor BLM on the grounds it sends a message of exclusion.
The Baltimore Ravens announced that, as part of their coronavirus response, the team would limit the number of fans to only 14,000 at each home game.
Amazon, the world’s leading online retailer, has announced that it is joining the cancel culture effort by pulling all Redskins merchandise from its website.
When quarterback Drew Brees dared to say wouldn’t kneel during the national anthem, NFL stars rose up in a woke backlash. However, those same players have been silent about DeSean Jackson posting anti-Semitic quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler, and his lionizing posts about notorious racist Louis Farrakhan.
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Blackhawks say they will continue to use their team name because it honors a Native American leader who has been an inspiration to generations.
Seth Waugh knows how a Ryder Cup is supposed to look and how it should sound.
Phillip Blanks, a former college football player and ex-Marine, made the greatest catch of his life when he saved a child thrown from a burning building over the weekend.
A University of Toledo football player was fatally shot late Tuesday night outside a pizzeria in west Toledo, Ohio.
Unlike the Washington Redskins, the Atlanta Braves will not consider changing their team name. Though, the organization is discussing whether to keep the traditional “Tomahawk Chop.”
Former NBA player and current Black Lives Matter speaker Stephen Jackson, rushed to the defense of embattled Eagles receiver Desean Jackson on Tuesday. Claiming that the football player’s anti-Semitic Instagram posts were “speaking the truth.”
The NFL’s Washington Redskins’ reevaluation of its team name is motivated by financial concerns, assessed former NFL wide receiver Dennis McKinnon on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Sunday with host Joel B. Pollak.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams has urged people to wear masks, in part, to pave the way for a return to college sports.