ObamaNation: Superbowl Edition

February 4, 2012 // 0 Comments

Will the New York Football Giants or the New England Patriots win? We don’t know but the team I grew up seeing play (Redskins) and the team where I live (49ers) aren’t in the game.

In fact, the only place you can find Redskins or 49er Superbowl winner is at the retirement home!

Tim Tebow’s Faith Takes on the World (Just Kidding)

December 15, 2011 // 6 Comments

I’m not a football fan nor do I follow any sports at all (I used to go to Redskins games when John Riggins played) but San Diego Chargers quaterback Tim Tebow has made it to the outer reaches of my consciousness. Seems that many on the Left (and Atheists, too) are upset, perplexed, even angry that he brings religion into his game.

The Pansification of America

October 21, 2010 // 6 Comments

If your kid sucks at tennis and places last he’ll still get a trophy for “trying.” In some schools in America, the “F” is gone… only the “D” remains. Grand Rapids, Michigan public schools hand out an “H” (stands for Held) if your kid sucks in biology. So little Johnny isn’t a Failure, he’s Held (whatever that means). Maybe “Held” as in they hold his hand as if to reassure him he isn’t a dunce.

Remember, we’re not building future citizens who will face unemployment or lowered standards of living when compared to their parents… we’re building self esteem, instead.

So it should come as no surprise that this pansification (a term which a gay rights group in Canada didn’t like) has come to the NFL. That’s right, the “violent” sport that grown men play wearing pads, helmets, and multi-million dollar contracts:

The NFL imposed huge fines on three players — Pittsburgh’s James Harrison, Atlanta’s Dunta Robinson and New England’s Brandon Meriweather — for illegal hits last weekend, although none of those plays drew penalties on the field. It warned that, starting with this week’s games, violent conduct will be cause for suspension