Joe Walsh Has Racist Slur-filled Radio Rant; is Allowed Back on Air the Next Day

Joe Walsh, who we just wrote about the other day, was cut-off on air by his radio station for using the racist terms “n*gg*r” and “sp*c.” He later reused those words in an angry tweet, without censoring, about what he could and could not say on air. For Joe Walsh, this is about his rights […]

Are You Ready for Some Washington Tea Party Football?

So the Washington R*dsk*ns (it’s a slur, and I refuse to write-out slurs and give them their power) were just informed that their sucky racist name is and has been disparaging to Native American people. Thus, they cannot hold exclusive use of the name for copyright reasons. It’s not exactly the end of Dan Snyder […]

The NFL Can Go to Hell

I don’t want to tell people that they are wrong for supporting the NFL, or for wanting to watch the games. That would suck. But the NFL needs to change its evil ways. From its profiting off of racism to its denial in damaging of football players to its welfare reception from cheating on taxes. First, Dan Snyder makes boatloads […]

Stephen Colbert Crushes Those Calling for His Show to be Canceled Over “Offensive” Tweet

I think I’ve made myself pretty clear about my disdain for people who are overly politically correct.  While I get the need to be sensitive towards some issues, it’s gotten to a point where I feel like sometimes people can’t say anything anymore without it offending someone.  Which I always find funny in a country […]

Hey Kirk Cousins, Guess What? Gay People Can Teach Christians to Follow Jesus

Many Christians have a hard time understanding that one can be both a Christian and be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer. But it happens. I go to a church where roughly half of the members and leadership are openly LGBTQ. And they’re Christians and follow Jesus! Ain’t that something? That would probably be confusing […]

Super Bowl XLVIII: Denver Columbine Survivors vs. Green Bay Drunk (How’s That for “Honor”?)

In 2000, a private institution of higher education nestled in a quiet Chicago suburb decided that the time was nigh to change its collegiate mascot.  Odds are not even the most bratwurst-scarfing, jersey-junkie, beer-chugging sports fan in the nation had ever heard of—let alone followed—the athletic endeavors of the NCAA Division III Wheaton College Crusaders.  […]