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WATCHING COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Week 3 2019

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WATCHING COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Week 2 2019

Twice is a pattern.

Non-Political Story Of The Day: Record Gator Killed In Georgia

It appears that a new record will be set in Georgia. Over the weekend a hunting party on Lake Eufaula killed a massive 14-foot alligator on the secluded reservoir that borders Alabama. Alligator hunti …

WATCHING COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Week 1 2019

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WATCHING COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Para Bellum

There’s an old saying that all roads lead to Rome.

WATCHING COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEC 2019 Season Preview

It is a truth universally acknowledged that one should not bet against Alabama.

Interior Promotes True Conservation Agenda with Expanded Hunting, Fishing on 1.4M Acres

Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced yesterday his agency will open more public lands to hunting and fishing opportunities, specifically 1.4 million acres, for Americans to enjoy. This is in c …

President Trump Could Alienate Sportsmen, Gun Owners With Further Ban on Suppressors

During an interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, President Trump said he may take action on banning suppressors further following the Virginia Beach mass shooting, in which the shooter u …

ESPN’s President Sees the Light on Mixing Sports and Politics

Let’s face it: these days politics seems to invade everything we experience. As a sports fan, it used to be nice to escape with a good game or coverage like SportsCenter. ESPN has been a huge pa …

Five Cigars You Need To Try

I smoke roughly 250 cigars a year. My wife, an angel, has simply accepted that planning vacations around the caliber of local cigar lounges is now a way of life. Only for the next 50 years or so. When …

Breaking Down Conor McGregor’s Latest Legal Battle

You can tell a lot about a man by how he reacts when you try to take his picture. Take UFC star Conor McGregor for example. McGregor is a fine role model whose life is clearly headed in the right dire …

Transgender Egg-Freezing Scrambles Any Claim to Moral Authority

Talk of “transgender rights” is everywhere. Even public schools are getting in the mix by introducing transgender-affirming material into elementary schools. Last Thursday, schools across …

Sports Site Compares Excluding Biological Men From Women’s Sports to the Holocaust, Martina Navratilova to Goebbels

In slamming tennis legend Martina Navratilova, a lesbian herself, for questioning what she called “the transgender problem” in women’s sports, popular LGBT sports site Outsports writ …

Hey Olympics, Here’s Why You Can’t Have Nice Things

In case you hadn’t heard already, the 2024 Olympics will take place in Paris. While the games are more than five years away, the International Olympic Committee is working on determining which s …

The Triumphs and Struggles of the Alliance of American Football

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) launched the weekend after the Super Bowl with plenty of promise. A slate of exciting games and curiosity about the new league brought viewers in – one ga …

Here’s Why College Baseball is So Much Fun

Most anyone who knows me knows that I’m a big fan of college baseball. OK, so I’m a fan of baseball at every level, but there’s nothing like the college game. It’s hard to matc …

Pro Football’s Still Happening

The Alliance of American Football’s here, and I went to their first game.

The Resurgent’s Football Recap: What We Learned From The Super Bowl

The Party Fans hated last night’s Super Bowl. You know the Party Fans, right? Party Fans are the ones who only watch one game a year, care more about the halftime and the commercials than they d …

The Resurgent’s Football Recap: The Lawsuit Edition

Wait. Hold on a minute. You get to sue sports figures and organizations just because games don’t go your way? Attorney Frank D’Amico Jr. is suing the NFL. The official reason is for the po …

White Nationalists Plan Stone Mountain Rally for Super Bowl Weekend

As a long time Atlanta area resident, I can’t for the life of me imagine why our elected officials are so eager to welcome another Super Bowl. It’s not as if our city ever handles large sp …

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