ESPN Reprimands 'Wise' Sports Writer for Pushing Fake Saban Quotes

August 22nd, 2017 6:10 PM
Most people across the country have little trust in the “mainstream media” due to unchecked errors and false reporting, but on Tuesday, Mike Wise -- a former Washington Post columnist who's now with ESPN's The Undefeated -- joined that group when he was disciplined for posting false quotes in an attempt to prove people will believe anything published online.

Into Left Field: 5 of the Most Obnoxious Political Intrusions on Sport

April 3rd, 2014 10:32 AM
It’s Opening Day week and all things are new again. Except the fact that liberals won’t let us just be happy watching our sports. That’s not new. In fact, as anyone who’s read Roger Kahn’s “The Boys of Summer” knows, determined liberals have been trying to suck the joy out of the sporting endeavor for decades. But it does seem that the space carved out for the care-free enjoyment of our…

Race-obsessed WashPost Sports Columnist: Winter Games 'Whiter Than Dow

February 13th, 2014 1:15 PM
When you and I watch the Olympics, there's three colors we care about: red, white, and blue. But for liberal sportswriters like the Washington Post's Mike Wise, well, all they can see is skin tone, and they won't let the games pass without moaning about it. Beating the daylights of his hobby horse, Wise began his Feb. 13 column -- mercifully buried on page D7 -- by highlighting perhaps the…

Post Sportswriter: Redskins Defenders on ‘Wrong Side of History

November 5th, 2013 8:50 AM
Oh look, Mike Wise is making more pronouncements about history. History, as in sports history: records, achievements, seasons, etc.? He’s a Washington Post sportswriter, after all. No silly. The Most Important Sports Columnist in the World, Ever, is again passing judgment on anyone lagging behind history’s inexorable march into the glorious progressive future. In other words, his knickers are…

1 Year, 32,000 Words: WaPo’s Campaign Against Redskins 7x Longer tha

October 15th, 2013 8:59 AM
The Washington Post was once the paper that brought down a president. These days, what with the industry in decline and a Democrat in the White House, the Post has a more modest goal – to be the paper that brought down a mascot. Nobody has done more to agitate for the Washington Redskins to change their name to something more politically correct. In just the last year, October 2012 – October…

WaPo, USA Today Declare Redskins’ Name Debate Over

October 8th, 2013 11:22 AM
Well Redskins fans, it’s over. The ruling has been handed down from on high – The Washington Post and USA Today. They’ve got a foam finger for you, but it’s not the index and you’re certainly not #1 to them, and they’re the ones who matter. They’ve decided your team name will change. They got some help last week from President Obama, who took a break from refusing to negotiate with…

WashPost Columnist So Anti-'Redskins' That He's Accused of Anti-Black

September 8th, 2013 6:35 PM
Washington Post sports columnist Mike Wise is so aggressive in opposing the “Redskins” name that he’s being accused by commenters of being racist toward a black man who plays “Chief Zee” at Redskins games. At – a Washington Post-owned website – Richard Prince noted that the Indian Country Today Media Network reported that readers felt that "Wise's story is rife with remarks that…

'Wise' Guy? WashPost Sports Columnist Says Bryce Harper Better Than Je

May 12th, 2013 5:12 PM
Washington Post sports columnist Mike Wise was obnoxious enough when he was mocking the Old Testament and the Ten Commandments, but in Sunday's paper, he tries to be humorous by suggesting how Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper at age 20 is greater than most of our greatest humans when they were 20: better than Thomas Edison, better than Albert Einstein, better than Gandhi, and better than…

Bozell Column: P.C. and the NBA

May 4th, 2013 8:11 AM
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III started tongues wagging when he posted this cryptic message on Twitter: “In a land of freedom we are held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness.” This was in response to liberal activists showing their rabid intolerance by demanding, so obnoxiously, that the Washington Redskins be renamed the “Redtails.” But the sentiment absolutely…

WaPo Sports Columnist Rails at ‘Heterosexual Religious Zealots

May 1st, 2013 1:21 PM
Woe unto you who haven’t joined the rhapsodic hymns to Jason Collins’ heroism and genuflected before the altar of diversity. You have incurred the wrath of Mike Wise. The Washington Post sports columnist, who is rumored to sometimes write about sports, doesn’t like Christians or conservatives (“Bible-thumpers” to him and Charles Barkley), and he’s not shy about it. His May 1 column was a tour…

‘Glee’ on the Gridiron

March 20th, 2013 11:58 AM
If liberals in the sports media have their way, your favorite sporting event will soon be a little more like an episode of “Glee.” Writers and talking heads at outlets from ESPN to NBC Sports are in a full-court press. They want to see openly gay athletes in American sports, no matter what it means for the games, the fans, or the athletes themselves. Perhaps envious that their news colleagues…

WashPost: Set Oriole Fans On Fire Over the National Anthem

May 21st, 2012 8:16 AM
On Sunday, Washington Post sports columnist Mike Wise protested the long-standing Baltimore Oriole fan habit of yelling “Oh!” for Orioles at the end of the National Anthem (at “OH say does that star-spangled banner yet wave....). Wise is not a fan. He argued persuasively that the anthem is meant to unite Americans, not divide them among sports teams. But the ending was a bit harsh, with Wise…

WaPo Sports Writer Demands Lesbian Kisses on the Jumbotron Screens

July 28th, 2009 10:55 AM