Tag Archives: Green Bay Packers

“[T]he real heart of anti-anti-Trumpism is the delight in the frustration and anger of his opponents”

[M]uch of the conservative news media is now less pro-Trump than it is anti-anti-Trump. The distinction is important, because anti-anti-Trumpism has become the new safe space for the right. Here… Read more »

“Making the lives of LGBT people harder” isn’t a Christian value

U.S.-based Religious Right groups have a long track record of collaborating with their counterparts in other countries to restrict women’s health choices and make life harder and more dangerous for… Read more »

“The least these officials deserve for selling out their constituents is…free football, food, and drink.”

The five-person Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority was created to control and operate the Vikings’ new stadium on behalf of taxpayers, who coughed up half a billion dollars to build it…. Read more »

If not for bad luck, Vikings fans would have no luck at all

After Teddy Bridgewater crumpled to the ground with a non-contact injury… [e]veryone on the scene had players forming prayer circles, barfing, and crying, but word on a specific diagnosis didn’t… Read more »

Armchair patriotism isn’t a license to condemn others for exercising their rights

[T]oo many Americans feel like honoring veterans happens during national anthems at sports events. Because our affection for soldiers and their sacrifice is mostly confined to a two-minute rendition of… Read more »

Who knew the 1st Amendment applies only to Conservative White nationalists?

Why is the crowd that says America is no longer great, upset with Colin Kaepernick for pointing out flaws in America? — Alphonso (@VGIII) August 27, 2016 I have a… Read more »