Many of the hundreds of thousands who attended March For Our Lives protests around the country came with signs to protest gun violence. Over 800 March For Our Lives events took place in response to the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead.

Out of all of the signs at the protest, this was the best one I spotted on Twitter. More signs the media won’t show you at this link.

(Photo via @vannsmole on Twitter)

Protesters Call Cowboys’ Jerry Jones White Supremacist at NFL Meeting

Via, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was confronted Tuesday at the NFL fall owners meeting at the Conrad Hotel in New York City by two individuals who said they were protesting white supremacy and President Donald Trump.

Anyone who thinks Jerry Jones is a white supremacist is a nut case. Jones is simply trying to help save the NFL brand. Politics should stay out of sports. Athletes should follow and emulate what Philadelphia Eagles player Chris Long is doing.

Baltimore Ravens players take a knee during the National Anthem on Sunday, September 24, 2017

NFL Players Protest National Anthem on Gold Star Mother’s Day

On Friday night, President Donald Trump remarked that NFL teams should fire players who protest the National Anthem.  On Sunday morning, Trump took to Twitter, telling his followers to boycott the NFL.

The comments emboldened the players and led to wide-spread protests on this the last Sunday of September.

Players can do what they want as is their right but, did President Trump goad the players into the expanded protests today? You see today (Sunday, September 24) is Gold Star Mother’s Day across the U.S.A. President Trump issued the proclamation yesterday.

No one understands the true price of freedom made by our military heroes more than our Gold Star Mothers and Families. As a veteran, IMHO NFL players picked the wrong day to expand the protests of the National Anthem.

Players, like Colin Kaepernick, showing disrespect for the U.S. flag and the National Anthem are not playing well in American living rooms and the NFL is feeling the heat already after week 1 of the 2016 schedule. As a veteran, I have stopped watching NFL games and will stop going to Washington Redskins games if one of the players partakes in this protest.

Via Forbes

The National Football League will rake in roughly $4.6 billion in television fees from CBS CBS -0.86%, ESPN , NBC, Fox and DirecTV that it will equally share with its 32 teams this year. The NFL commands such a rich bounty because advertisers pay up for football’s huge ratings.

The television money is a big reason why the average NFL team is worth $2.34 billion.

But the National Anthem protests that began with San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick and has since been copied by other players has angered many fans. And that anger may be one reason why the television ratings for the first week of NFL games were bad. As my colleague Brandon Katz wrote: “Both CBS’ Sunday afternoon game and NBC’s Sunday Night Football saw their lowest ratings in seven years. Throw in last night’s lackluster debut and the 2016 NFL season is off to its slowest start in recent memory in terms of TV ratings.”

Following the Forbes article, Ed Morrissey of summized in his story: “When sports becomes another politicized arena for multi-millionaires to lecture the fans that provide their celebrity lifestyle, it comes as no surprise that the fans will get turned off — and turn the channel.”

Maybe. Maybe not. It is too early to tell if the first week was a blip or a trend in NFL ratings. But the reason I think ratings could remain low if the protests continue through much of the league are the comments I have been reading on the aforementioned articles, as well as others (take a look for yourself).

Lots of people are ticked. Two new polls show a majority of people disagree with Kaepernick’s protest. True, the protesters have some notable supporters., like President Obama and Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown. And who knows what the real score is in the viewership game? But I cannot believe that each viewer lost by the league is replaced by someone who wasn’t watching an NFL broadcast but tuned in for the protest.

Read more online.


Newt Gingrich’s advice to Occupy Wall Street protestors – “Take a Bath And Get a Job…”

Russ Feingold Falsely Rips Into Herman Cain (Video)

The former idiot Democratic Senator from the great state of Wisconsin, Russ Feingold, ripped into Herman Cain for telling the media what he thought of the Communists and Marxists who make up the #OccupyWallStreet protests.

As Glenn Beck has repeatedly pointed out these people are extremely dangerous and are backed by the DNC & SEIU and some of the Socialist party’s in America. Their whole objective is to destabilize the country as SEIU’s Steve Lerner laid out month’s ago.

So Russ Feingold claims Herman Cain is un-American and is intimidating the protestors. How exactly is Herman Cain being ‘un-American’ and how is he intimidating the protestors Senator Feingold?

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Video via Hot Air Pundit

Who Should The “Occupy Wall Street’ Protesters Be Upset With?

As usual, Charles Krauthammer is 100% spot on. It’s not Wall Street the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protestors should be upset with, it’s the Obama Administration.

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