SNL Crushes Social Justice Warriors

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE — Episode 16 — Aired 03/24/2007 — Pictured: (left) Peyton Manning during ‘United Way’ skit on March 24, 2007 (Photo by Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) It’s high time that social media “activists” who just sit around Tweeting and Facebooking all day without doing anything else be ridiculed.  And finally,… Read more »

All That and a Bag of Mail

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It’s Friday, time for the mailbag.  Now y’all know I hate to brag, but today’s Outkick the Coverage show was simply phenomenal. We solved all of America’s racial issues. Kind of a big deal. You should be subscribed or listening every morning. Here’s the link to do so.  Okay, on to the mailbag.  Garth writes:… Read more »

The Americans Season Five, Episode 5

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This has been hard for me for a long time. You know that, right? – Philip Jennings Until last night, the emotional resonance that helped propel Season 4 had been missing from this newest set of episodes. Time was spent in some unfamiliar locations, which can take an audience out of the story as the… Read more »

Homeland Season Six, Episode 11

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And it’s not just the mission. It never has been. – Carrie Mathison You’ve got to let me go. – Peter Quinn By this point, if you’re familiar with my work, you already knew what you were in for as the penultimate episode of the Homeland season arrived. I told you, but I’ve said it… Read more »

MSESPN Doubles Down On Left Wing Politics, Bounces Sage Steele

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On Monday night, just minutes after the tip of the NCAA basketball title game, the People’s Republic of MSESPN tried to sneak in a new policy on politics. It was textbook MSESPN, claim objectivity while actually allowing its talent in the opinion business to double down on left wing politics. You can read the new… Read more »

Anonymous Mailbag

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Charlotte McKinney, Kliff Kingsbury It’s Tuesday, time for the best weekly article on the Internet — the anonymous mailbag.  As always you can send your questions to claytravis@gmail.com, anonymity guaranteed.  Before we get going any further — why stay in a crappy hotel when you can stay in an awesome mansion on the beach? Check… Read more »

Outkick’s National Title Pick For 2017

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North Carolina coach Roy Williams yells during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Wisconsin in Chapel Hill, N.C., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011. North Carolina won 60-57. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Gerry Broome We went 2-0 in the Final Four on Saturday to run our 2017 NCAA tourney record to 40-24-1. That’s a… Read more »

All That and a Bag of Mail

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It’s Friday and I hope all of you are having spectacular starts to your weeekend.  To make your Friday even better, here is an insane video from the University of Tennessee, featuring students complaining about the pulling down of an online guide suggesting that controversial and offensive pronouns such as he and she be removed… Read more »

The Americans: Season Five, Episode 4

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THE AMERICANS — “Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow” Episode 403 (Airs, Wednesday, March 30, 10:00 pm/ep) — Pictured: (l-r) Keri Russell as Elizabeth Jennings, Matthew Rhys as Philip Jennings. CR: Craig Blankenhorn/FX I don’t know what to say. He’s nice. He likes birds, hiking…he’s funny. I have to sit there with him while he makes… Read more »

ESPN Moves Left Wing So CEO Can Run For President

Outkick the Coverage - ESPN Moves Left Wing So CEO Can Run For President

Disney chairman & CEO Bob Iger may not be as strong a candidate to replace Bud Selig as MLB commissioner as once believed. Slaven Vlasic Getty Images ESPN’s embrace of left wing politics is so ingrained now that the man employed as an ESPN ombudsman even acknowledged the political shift in a recent article posted… Read more »