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$9 Billion NFL Enjoys Nonprofit Status

Many Americans would be surprised that the NFL, which is a $9 billion a dollar industry, actually has been granted nonprofit status by Congress. Amazingly local and state tax dollars are regularly used to upgrade football stadiums, at the same time that this industry is also exempt from antitrust laws regarding it’s television broadcasting rules […]

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Anderson Cooper Blasts Dennis Rodman

Anderson Cooper feels so strongly about Dennis Rodman’s controversial trip to North Korea to celebrate the birthday of  dictator Kim Jong Un, that he took to Twitter to call the former NBA legend “deeply stupid” for his views on North Korea. Human rights experts are deeply concerned about the execution of Kim’s uncle as well […]

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Millionaire NBA Player Stomps On Homeless Man

Houston Rockets player Terrence Jones was charged with harassment after he reportedly taunted a homeless man sleeping on the sidewalk, ordering him to “Wake Up!”, and then stomped on the 46 year old homeless man. It was an outrageous crime that many found very offensive and yet another of poor conduct by another millionaire athlete. […]

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Dennis Rodman Believes That He Deserves A Nobel Peace Prize

Never the shy one, outrageous former NBA basketball great Dennis Rodman believes that he should win a Nobel Peace Prize for his trip to North Korea to meet with dictator Kim Jong Un. Un turned the appearance by Rodman into a sort of photo opt propaganda piece that seemed to whitewash all of the poverty […]

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NBA Series Now Tied!

The Miami Heat staged a late comeback in a possible elimination game six on Tuesday, beating back the San Antonio Spurs, who led for most of the game, for Miami to close late to narrowly win the game in overtime, tying the NBA finals series at 3 games each. A game seven tiebreaker game will […]

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Now Miami Is Feeling The Heat!

The NBA Finals took it’s latest weird turn as the San Antonio Spurs were able to come back from their loss at home to win Sunday’s game by 114 to 104 over the Miami Heat who have developed a strange streak of not being able to win two consecutive games of 12 wins backed by […]

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Did The San Antonio Spurs Blow The Championship?

San Antonio fans had to be shocked at last night’s game, where San Antonio lost at home to the Miami Heat who came back from the third worst NBA finals defeat ever on Tuesday to stun San Antonio on their home court. Last night’s home loss may mean that it’s only a matter of time […]

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Portland Winterhawks Win WHL Hockey Championship

The Portland Winterhawks fought back from a difficult season to defeat the Edmonton Oil Kings, winning the WHL championship in game six of the series with a 5 to 1 victory. The victorious team defeated the Edmonton team on their home court at Rexall Place. Earlier this year the team was hit with a $200,000 […]

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NBA Star Jason Collins Comes Out As Gay

12th season NBA star Jason Collins has come out as a Gay. He is currently a center for the Washington Wizards but was also a Boston Celtic as well. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED will be running a story on this as well with an interview with the basketball star in their May 6 issue. The NBA star […]

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NFL Announcer Legend Pat Summerall Dead At 82

TV NFL football announcer Pat Summerall has died at the age of 82. The iconic TV personality was considered by his longtime co-host, John Madden, to be “the voice of football”. Pat Summerall became so ill with liver problems that in 2004 he required a liver transplant. But, he actually died of cardiac arrest in […]

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WWE Figure Paul Bearer Dies

Paul Bearer, the creepy pasty-faced professional wrestling figure long associated with the WWE has died at the age of 58 after suffering a blood clot. His real name was William “Bill” Moody, and he was part of the act for The Undertaker, helping to support this popular wrestler by putting on a spooky supporting role. […]

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White House Rejects Dennis Rodman’s NK Diplomacy

Thanks, but no thanks seems to be the official word from the White House that rejected Dennis Rodman’s appeal on THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS to make a phone call to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un from President Obama. A terse White House statement referred to serious human rights problems and at least 200,000 […]

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Dennis Rodman’s North Korean Diplomacy

Dennis Rodman may not be the person that you’d be most likely to call to soothe tense international relations between North Korea and the United States, but the colorful former NBA star is having a huge measure of success winning over the heart of the new leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un. The two […]

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Oscar Pistorius Granted Bail

After a painfully long-winded 1 hour and 45 minute long explanation of the history of the South African bail system along with explanations of the critical evidence in the murder case involving “Blade Runner” Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair finally made his decision to grant bail to Pistorius. The judge’s explanation was […]

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Bloody Cricket Bat Further Incriminates Oscar Pistorius

The murder case against Oscar Pistorius only strengthened after South African police took in a bloody cricket bat as evidence that they believe that 26 year old amputee Olympic runner may have used to crush the skull of his 30 year old model girlfriend, then fired four 9mm gun shots into her face and body. […]

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