Colts Should sue NFL over Ball Infaltion

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2015
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If you are a fan of rule of law and due process this article at the Washington Post puts the NFL v. Tom Brady DeflateGate foolishness into proper perspective. A suitable synopsis would be “The NFL is a Banana Republic.” Goodell is Obama, with his phone and pen, interpreting rules, process, and even evidence to […]

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Hernandez Found Guilty

by Steve MacDonald April 15, 2015
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Aaron Hernandez Found Guilty on all counts… In the end, the jury in Boston took longer than expected to come back with a verdict, but thirty-six hours of deliberation produced convictions across the board against former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.   Hot Air

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Underinflatedapolis Colts Could Only Score With Underinflated Balls

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2015
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Apparently the footballs used in the first half of the AFC Championship game did not have enough air in them.  At half time they were checked and corrected as needed.   The Patriot-haters are trying to make something out of it but what’s to make? If true the only points Indy scored in the game were […]

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Patriots 35 – Ravens 31

by Steve MacDonald January 11, 2015
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The Patriots showed resilience yesterday against the Baltimore Ravens, coming back from two 14 point deficits to finally take the lead and win 35-31.  I’ve seen all the local press so I was curious to read some Baltimore press. (Baltimore Sun – Tom Brady Exposes Ravens’ Biggest Weakness) Keeping it all in perspective, the Ravens […]

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Good question on the NFL’s and Congress’ Morality

by Skip September 20, 2014

After all, the NFL is just a game and can’t boss you around; Congress does so all the time.  And in many cases, they are less moral than NFL players. (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Fear Mongering And Ignorance Won The Day In Arizona

by Steve MacDonald March 3, 2014
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No one excels at fear mongering like the left and Arizona’s SB 1062.  It was never anti-gay and its veto was not a victory for gay rights (it was a victory for ignorance).   And the same ignorance and fear-mongering that lead to the outcry over nothing will probably suffice to keep most of those who […]

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A Right-Wing Reaction To Progressive Navel Gazing

by Steve MacDonald February 14, 2014
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I’m not the mainstream right wing media, but I can answer the question… Jonathan Cohn asked an interesting question at The New Republic this week. Where is the mainstream, right-wing reaction to NFL prospect and SEC defensive player of the year Michael Sam’s announcement that he is gay? I’m having the same reaction to that […]

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Why I Don’t Watch Football

by Rick Olson January 17, 2014

“Kids have what I call a built-in hypocrisy antenna that comes up and blocks out what you’re saying when you’re being a hypocrite.”  —Benjamin Carson

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Rumors- Ralph Wilson Jr. Sold Buffalo Bills to Avoid Taxes

by Steve MacDonald December 31, 2012

From Facebook. (Rumors…) A conglomeration including Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, and, very likely, Donald Trump and Bob Rich have purchased the Buffalo Bills from Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. for an unknown sum, probably in the $800Million to $1Billion range. Wilson is said to have sold based on the expectation that both estate taxes and capital […]

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Deal Struck – Real NFL Refs Back on the Field Tonight!

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2012

CNN Reports that the ‘Real” Refs of the NFL, yeah it kind of is like reality TV isn’t it (with the exception that it really is real) will be back on the field starting tonight. “Our officials will be back on the field starting tomorrow night,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said. “We appreciate the commitment of […]

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