Category: wrestling & politics

What Happens When Football Gets Cancelled? University of Iowa Discontinues Four Sports

The University of  Iowa president Bruce Harreld and athletic director Gary Barta wrote an open letter today in which they aid that 4 sports were being discontinued : men’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and men’s tennis. The B1G’s cancellation/postponement of the fall sports (football) season would cause a $100 million revenue shortfall […]

The Progressive Racism of the Ivy League

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, If the definition of racism is deliberate discrimination based on race, color or national origin, Yale University appears to be a textbook case of “systemic racism.” And, so, the Department of Justice contends. Last week, Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband charged, “Yale discriminates based on race… in its undergraduate […]

Parents of Penn State Football Players Become Third Group to Petition B1G to Bring Back Football

Bad news continued for the Big Ten leadership and PR machine when a third parental group filed a petition to reinstate the B1G football season. Penn State parents did what Ohio State and Iowa parents did earlier this week calling out the the B1G leadership, decision making process and contradictions made in the cancellation of […]

PIAA tells Gov. Wolf not holding Pennsylvania fall sports won’t eliminate youth coronavirus risk, it will just shift it elsewhere

By Ford Turner The Morning Call | Aug 12, 2020 at 11:09 AM Emmaus’ Rachel Herbine (10) shoots the ball for a goal against Easton’s Onalee Long (25) during a District 11 3A Field Hockey championship held at Whitehall High School last year. (April Gamiz/The Morning Call) The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association thinks organized fall […]

Considering Rutgers? Think again. RU Declares Grammar ‘Racist’

If you’re looking for peak idiocy from academic institutions that are falling all over themselves to kowtow to the mob’s notions of “social justice,” look no further. Assuming that “minorities” can’t write correctly is racism, not anti racist. More here The English Department at Rutgers University has declared that proper use of grammar is a […]

Philadelphia Eagles Likely Won’t Have Fans At Home Games During The 2020 Season Protests still Okay

Guessing that watching Penn or Drexel in person this year is looking like a long shot. Of course Philadelphia Democratic Mayor James Kenney says his city-wide ban on large events and gatherings through February 2021 does not apply to protests.   The city of Philadelphia has banned large gatherings through February 2021, and that means […]

Department of Education: Transgender Athletes’ Competition Violates Women’s Rights

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut policy that allows transgender athletes to compete as girls in high school sports violates the civil rights of athletes who have always identified as female, according to a letter from the U.S. Education Department’s civil rights office that was obtained Thursday by The Associated Press. The letter came in […]

Weighing In with Robert Wenzel

Wrestlers, athletes, coaches, everyone that is interested in increasing their financial and economic IQ should check out this interview with Robert Wenzel. He has been the most accurate economic prognosticator of the last 20 years. All of the ingredients necessary to be a good wrestler are the same skills that allow you to financially prosper […]

Everything is Different This Time – But IS IT?? Updates at Bottom of Article Everyone is “Obedience Signaling”

Wrestling (Sports), Politics and American History What if tens of millions of Americans had the flu? What if 100,000 were hospitalized because of the flu? Surely it would be a national emergency, right? What if 60 million people in the US were infected and 300,000 were hospitalized. Surely that would be considered a pandemic.  Surely […]

Nikki Haley casts some doubt on U.S. athletes at 2018 PyeongChang Olympics

by Erik Ortiz Nikki Haley, America’s ambassador to the United Nations, suggested that the United States’ participation in next February’s Winter Olympics in South Korea remains up in the air amid mounting provocations made by the North. Haley was asked Wednesday night on Fox News whether sending American athletes was a “done deal,” and responded […]