Nicklaus: Moving PGA Champs From Trump-Owned Course 'Cancel Culture'
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus thinks that the PGA’s 2021 decision to remove the this week's PGA championship from Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey was another example of cancel culture wreaking unnecessary havoc.
South Carolina Bans Transgendered Females From Women's Sports
Transgendered females will not have a chance to ruin women’s sports in South Carolina anymore. Thanks to a bill signed into law by South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R), H.4608 will require athletes from middle school through college to participate in sports leagues according to the sex on their birth certificates.
Tucson HS Drag Show Promoter Arrested for Sex With Student
Did somebody say "groomer?" A high school teacher that organized a drag show in the Tuscon Unified School District (TUSD) in Arizona has been arrested for being sexually involved with a minor. According to AZ Free News, Zobella Brazil Vinik, a 29-year-old woman, and her ex-wife allowed an unnamed 15-year-old minor to live with them in their residence, where the ex-wife…
Unhinged Singer John Legend Goes on 'Handmaid's Tale' Rant
If celebrities were required to understand civics -- or much of anything else -- we'd be deprived of an awful lot of head-scratching hot takes. Like this one: pop star John Legend hates the fact that Roe v. Wade could be overturned, saying that America is currently “teetering on the brink of being a full democracy.”
Ditch Your Phobia! NHL Sells Out For LGBT Agenda
For most people, today is just another Tuesday in our lives. But for the NHL (and a tiny portion of the population that care), today marks the 19th anniversary of the “International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.”
Bold: Jonathan Isaac Reiterates His Stance On BLM, COVID Vax
Current Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac is continuing to stand strong in his countercultural convictions regarding Black Lives Matter and the COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Women’s Rights ‘Champions’ Dragging Feet On Griner Arrest
The “champions of women’s rights” aren’t all they claim to be, say two conservative writers today. Not when it comes to WNBA super center Britney Griner, who has been locked up in a Russian prison on drug smuggling charges since February. President Joe Biden, the Women’s NBA and the Left aren’t doing enough to help her return to the U.S., the critics charge.
Newsom Promises to Expand Massive Funding for Abortion in California
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, each state will have the power to decide if it wants to legalize abortion or criminalize it. Thanks to an announcement made by California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Wednesday, we know exactly what "The Golden State" will do.
Church Tries to Claim God is Female, Shows 'Hallmarks of Mothering'
On Sunday, a queer-affirming church (an oxymoron) in Austin, Texas changed the pronouns referencing God as male in two worship songs and the Lord’s Prayer.
NBA Set To Play Preseason Games In Anti-Woke UAE
The NBA has become perhaps the biggest platform by which woke causes are amplified in the world of sports. However, that same NBA just agreed to a multi-year deal that will schedule preseason games in a country that is extremely hostile to progressive agendas.
NFL Kicker Uses Jersey Swap Earnings To Support Pro-Military Group
A simple number swap between two football players led to a sizable donation to a charity designed to help military veterans.
Marvel Releases New Pride-Themed Poster To Celebrate LGBT 'Voices'
It’s official folks. Marvel is gay. In honor of pride month, which will, unfortunately, be upon us in just over three weeks, Marvel just announced that it will have a pride-themed edition of the acclaimed Marvel’s Voices podcast (created by Angélique Roché in 2018) that will attempt to highlight the voices of LGTBQIA+ artists and creators and the impact of several gay superheroes in the Marvel…
NH City Faces Legal Battle Over Flag-Flying Dispute
The city of Nashua, NH is in some hot water over a flag dispute that mirrors a similar set of circumstances as the Shurtleff vs. City of Boston flag-flying case.