For most collegiate athletes, graduating means leaving a long illustrative career behind. For Riley Gaines, it meant the start of one she never expected.
That’s a seismic shift for the U.S. market and an enormous victory for grassroots Americans who’ve finally put their dollars where their values are.
While the Dodgers went forward with their LGBT fawning, the rest of the league is having second thoughts.
When the rest of the world lost its corporate marbles, conservatives liked to think that there was one place that would never let them down: Chick-fil-A.
To the families who’ve helped their daughters train and shuttled them back and forth to meets, the whole sport is becoming a sham.
Doubt and hesitation have crept into the camp, prompting key leaders to step back from an issue that’s defined them for four decades: abortion.
When House Democrats go home this weekend, every one of them should have trouble looking their daughters in the eye.
We may never know what happened in the Ranger’s locker room or which skaters wouldn’t play the league’s games. But one thing’s for certain. If the NHL returns to any semblance of neutrality, we’ll have Ivan Provorov to thank for it.
The NHL was supposed to be celebrating people living out their truth on pride night — but when Flyers' defensemen Ivan Provorov tried to live out his, he was attacked. “Pride Night wasn’t a celebration of tolerance and inclusion. It was a celebration of conformity.”
Now, despite piles of anecdotal evidence that transgenderism is becoming a fad, driven by other psychological problems, the Left is playing defense — desperate to persuade Americans that children aren’t being influenced by their peers.