Tags Sports

Tag: sports

Super Bowl 2019: A Good One

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Call me old fashioned for enjoying unapologetic patriotism: honoring our troops, flag and country. Leftists will call me a stupid...

Coaches Paul Bryant and Joe Paterno in Retrospect

BY EARL H. TILFORD “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” —William Shakespeare, “Julius Caesar” Alabama football Coach...

Old School Heroes and Sports Media

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN While watching game 6 of the 2017 World Series on TV, I thought about Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame third...

Wimbledon Tennis: Feminists Preach Equality While Enjoying Inequali

BY SELWYN DUKE Could you imagine lightweight boxers complaining they don’t get the money and exposure of the heavyweights, calling the different treatment “staturism”? This...

John McEnroe is Right: Serena Williams Couldn’t Beat Eggs on Men’s Tour

BY SELWYN DUKE It’s a sad time when simple truths cause serious trouble. But that time is now, and a good example is how former...

Remembering Three Great Athletes (and the Way Sports Used To Be)

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON May was a poignant month for those of us who were avid Detroit sports fans in the late ‘50s and early...

Politics is a Game of Second Chances — Why Not Baseball?

BY BOB BARR Hillary’s back for a second run at the presidency. Several Republican presidential wannabes are begging the voters for a second -- or,...

Remembering the “Miracle on Ice”

MARK W. HENDRICKSON, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES February 22 marked the 35th anniversary of the upset victory by the U.S. hockey team over their...

The YMCA offers opportunities for salvation

American Minute with Bill Federer Did you know basketball and volleyball were invented by YMCA instructors? James Naismith, a medical doctor and Presbyterian minister, invented the...

What Do Bart Starr And Jimmy Page Have In Common?

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON What is this, you ask—the odd couple? What could Bart Starr, the NFL Hall of Fame quarterback of the 1960s Green...

Did We Save Olympic Wrestling

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY Several months ago, on these broadcasts I reported that the Olympic Games Committee was planning to eliminate wrestling as a competitive international...

Penn State Legend Joe Paterno Dies

HEADLINE NEWS, JON E.DOUGHERTY (Newsroom America) -- Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, who guided his teams to more major college wins than anyone...

Sports, Concussions, and Contemporary American Culture

MARK W. HENDRICKSON, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES If you follow professional sports, and especially if you are a football or hockey fan, you undoubtedly...

Feminists Attack High School Sports

By Phyllis Schlafly Now that the radical feminists have succeeded in using the power of the U.S. Department of Education to cancel hundreds of...

Should NCAA Rule Infractions Be Crimes?

How did breaking sports rules become a federal offense? We believed the question had merit, since federal prosecutors had found ways to jail star athletes.

Antitrust Meets College Football — William Anderson

William Anderson believes the federal government ought to keep its nose out of the BCS controversy.

Most Read