Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem Protest is “Dumb and Disrespectful”

Of all the people to oppose Colin Kaepernick‘s protest of the National Anthem, I didn’t think Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would be on the list.

But the liberal icon denounced the acts of civil disobedience as “dumb and disrespectful” during an interview with Yahoo’s Katie Couric (at the 19:59 mark)


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Even at a Private School, a Football Coach Shouldn’t Hand Out “Optional” Bibles to Players

University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt apparently serves as a part-time pastor for his team. That’s why, last month, he made sure they had more than playbooks in their hands:


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Donald Trump Tells Football Coach Who Kept Praying at Games That His Firing Was “Outrageous”

At an event this morning for the Retired American Warriors PAC, Donald Trump brought up the story of Bremerton High School assistant football coach Joe Kennedy, who was fired from his position after he refused to stop praying on the field while on the clock. This came after Kennedy had already been caught leading prayers with team members, a constitutional no-no. (Kennedy is currently suing the Bremerton School District.)

Guess what? Kennedy was in the audience. (Whether that was planned or not is unclear, but it’d be one hell of a strange coincidence if it wasn’t.) And Trump expressed all sorts of sympathy for the Christian who couldn’t proselytize at a public school.


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Christians Sue Florida High School League After Loudspeaker Prayer Request Rejected

A Christian high school has sued the Florida High School Athletic Association because they weren’t allowed to pray over the loudspeakers during December’s state championship football game. I guess they’re mad that Jesus couldn’t hear them.


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Dee Gordon’s Dramatic Home Run, In Honor of His Late Teammate, Shouldn’t Make You Believe in God

Following the tragic death of 24-year-old pitcher José Fernández over the weekend, the Miami Marlins did everything they could to honor their teammate. But on Tuesday, their first game after the accident, nothing was more dramatic than the lead-off home run by Dee Gordon.

Gordon later said people should start believing in God after that hit, a statement that was both inspirational and illogical.


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