NFL Archives - Granite Grok

NFL

Benjamin Watson

New England Patriots Tight End Benjamin Watson is Pro-Pats, Pro-Life

The crisp New England weather signals the arrival of two of my favorite things: New England Patriots football and the launch of our Fall 40 Days for Life campaign. And what better way to kick off both seasons than the 40 Days for Life interview with Patriots tight end and pro-life activist Benjamin Watson?

WIndham Pelham School District

Part 1: Back to the Windham School District; yet another self-inflicted wound, eh? Yes, teacher Elizabeth Talon, that would be you.

“Are NFL players participating in Civil Disobedience?“ That is the question that was put to Elizabeth Talon’s class – but was the NFL really the true subject of this “lesson”? First, let’s put a baseline into place examine the new Code of Ethics that was adopted earlier this month by the NH Board of Education …

Part 1: Back to the Windham School District; yet another self-inflicted wound, eh? Yes, teacher Elizabeth Talon, that would be you. Read More »

ESPN’s New Policy

By Jim Johnson NFL Owners have relinquished their power to the players. Now, executives at sports television network ESPN have interceded to appease multi-million-dollar players by not airing the playing of the National Anthem before NFL Monday Night Football games. How soon before other networks follow this PC liberal morass?

DISQUS Doodlings: Both Jonathan Baird and Dan Williams are wrong about the First Amendment and the NFL

Background: Jonathan Baird works for the Social Security Administration, Dan Williams is a government teacher.  Both work in union dominated workplaces; my opinion stems from that and that both of them get the new NFL policy wrong from different viewpoints.  Mine?  The owners own the teams – they can make policies that their employees have …

DISQUS Doodlings: Both Jonathan Baird and Dan Williams are wrong about the First Amendment and the NFL Read More »

The NFL “Invests” 90 Million to Turn Players Into Social Justice Warriors

By Jim Johnson The National Football League and a handful of player advocates have compromised to reach what they believe is workable consensus 90 million dollars over seven years. A mere pittance when compared to league Commissioner Roger Goodell’s salary. (Between 2008 and 2015 Goodell was paid more than $205 million). “Our partnership is designed …

The NFL “Invests” 90 Million to Turn Players Into Social Justice Warriors Read More »