By Bruce Bookter | June 28, 2016 | 11:18 PM EDT

The Rainbow Jihad continues, unabated, over at the “four-letter network.” On Tuesday ESPN.com posted an article, written by Christina Kahrl, which celebrated the recent addition of duathlete Chris Mosier to ESPN’s 2016 Body Issue. Which features athletes, in the nude, performing fetes of athletic prowess. Why would that need to be celebrated?

By Dylan Gwinn | June 28, 2016 | 12:10 AM EDT

If you were under the impression that the #1 topic among African-American sports fans in America was sports, well, you have been sorely mistaken. At least, according to Fox Sports 1’s Jason Whitlock. Because, Whitlock is convinced the #1 topic among black sports fans is…wait for it…white women.

By Dylan Gwinn | June 27, 2016 | 7:20 PM EDT

Apparently nothing is beneath the snark and clownery of Deadspin. On Monday, Deadspin writer Tom Ley posted an article that referenced an incident involving an airplane, a near-death situation, prayer, and Tim Tebow. What could go wrong?

By Dylan Gwinn | June 27, 2016 | 5:43 AM EDT

Herschel Walker has attempted, finished, and excelled at many things in his life. But he’s finding supporting a Republican candidate in America in 2016 to be particularly hard. How, specifically, is the NFL legend suffering for his public endorsement of Trump? Well, as Walker explained it to TMZ, a lot of people basically don’t want to invite him to speaking gigs anymore:

By Tim Graham | June 23, 2016 | 5:32 PM EDT

Despite its own embarrassing poll result – that nine out of ten native Americans have no hostility to the Washington Redskins team name – The Washington Post is staunchly standing by its censorious liberal position. On Wednesday, they posted a staff editorial titled “Mr. Snyder’s losing battle with the next generation: Sidwell Friends bans Washington football team apparel.” So Sidwell Friends  – the leftist Quaker private school that educated the children of Obama, Clinton, and  Gore, as well as Joe Biden’s grandchildren – represents “the next generation.”

By Bruce Bookter | June 23, 2016 | 5:20 PM EDT

They say a broken clock is right at least twice a day. Yet, ESPN has only been right once. Though they are still operating well below broken clocks status, it appears that, unlike last year, the “four-letter network” finally got it right. At least when it comes to who to give this year’s Arthur Ashe Courage Award to.

By Dylan Gwinn | June 18, 2016 | 10:44 PM EDT

Just when you thought Hall of Fame Dodgers announcer Vin Scully couldn’t possibly be any more awesome…he goes ahead and delivers this gem during the Dodgers game against the Brewers on Friday night.

By Bruce Bookter | June 18, 2016 | 12:01 AM EDT

So, riddle me this: how does a company edict, that requires employees to not wade into political matter of an inflammatory nature, change from a sternly enforced rule, to all of a sudden becoming, no biggie?

By Dylan Gwinn | June 9, 2016 | 10:30 PM EDT

If you thought Tiger Woods was done objectifying and causing distress to women, well, according to USA Today’s Christine Brennan, you couldn’t be more mistaken.

By Bruce Bookter | June 7, 2016 | 10:59 PM EDT

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith jumped the shark quite some time ago. However, this may take the cake. On Tuesday’s edition of First Take on ESPN2, Smith took strong exception with Brock Osweiler, the former Bronco, and current Houston Texans quarterback. Osweiler opted to not attend the Broncos visit to the White House on Monday, and instead spent the time at OTA’s with his new team.

By Tim Graham | June 5, 2016 | 3:15 PM EDT

The liberal New York Daily News wallowed in anti-Trump comments made by Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Ryan Harris, who won a Super Bowl ring in February with the Denver Broncos. Harris, a convert to Islam, put on his freedom swagger and said Trump’s comments on Islam have been “un-American.” No one asks about the serious tensions between Islam and freedom of religion.

By Brent Bozell | and By Tim Graham | June 4, 2016 | 8:00 AM EDT

The NFL has a serious PR problem with concussions. NFL star Junior Seau committed suicide in 2012 to underline the issue. Count on flower children at NPR to go over the edge with this issue. The problem isn't the size and strength, and therefore power of professional football players. No, it's -- ready? -- the evil game of football itself.

This is your taxpayer-funded broadcasting in action: Planned Parenthood selling dead baby parts is just a "women's health" group aiding "medical research," but the NFL is organized savagery.