Dallas Cowboys Owner, Mr. Toe on the Line, Refuses to Talk About Wearing a Hat During the National Anthem

Jerry Jones, the good ole boy owner of the Dallas Cowboys; the spark plug and igniter of racial flames in the NFL; the spouter of the phrase “toe on the line” to explain how all his players would not be protesting during the national anthem—won’t comment on footage showing him wearing his hat as the anthem played.

Diddy Changes Mind About Buying NFL Team, Says He Doesn’t Want to Be Associated With Oppressing Black Men

If there was one person who wanted to get his hands on the Carolina Panthers, it was Sean “Diddy” Combs. The music mogul had his sights set on buying the NFL team but eventually backed out. Now Combs is singing a different tune and says he doesn’t want to be associated with an organization like the NFL, which…

Congratulations, NFL, You Played Yourself! Protest Fines Didn’t Appease Trump, Who Wants Players Who Don’t Stand for the Anthem Tossed Out of the Country

President Donald Trump knows how to light a tiki torch, doesn’t he? Shortly after news broke that the NFL had succumbed to the demands of the grand wizard of “Make America great again” to punish players who protest during the national anthem, Trump, who crusaded against players’ rights to protest, made it clear that…

Trump Thinks That Standing in the Locker Room During the Anthem Is Offensive Because He’s an Idiot

I don’t hate; it’s not really in my nature. I fake-hate on a regular, tho. Like, I will fake-hate on Cam Newton’s goofy outfits, but if really asked, I don’t care how he dresses. I fake-hate this bullshit iPhone 8, but I don’t know if there is a better phone because of that research and Googling work that I’m not…

2nd Texas Student Sues Her High School Over Treatment After Not Standing for Pledge of Allegiance

In what now has to be a familiar scenario, two African Americans are using the courts to battle injustice in these United States. This time it’s two young black women from the sometimes-not-so-great state of Texas, who are taking their respective schools to court for the right not to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.