Kunta Kaepernick – the $20 Million Slave

by: Brent Smith

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Colin Kaepernick has been duped. He exited college holding a golden ticket, being drafted in 2011 by the San Francisco 49ers as a high second round pick – 36th overall. And he made the most of it. He took his team to one Superbowl and just missed another.

By all accounts, he was good kid and teammate.

Then he met his girlfriend Nessa Diab, a leftist Black Lives Matter type radical, who, in my opinion, poisoned his mind. He went from good player, good person and good teammate to an angry, put upon, radical activist – just like his girlfriend. But I’m sure his transformation was purely coincidental.

By his own actions, he was let go, not to play another down in the NFL. And since then, none of the 32 NFL teams have come-a-calling. Nobody wants him. Not because he doesn’t still have talent. No one wants him because he’s a vocal pain in the butt, and too much of a disruptive distraction for any team – for any locker room.

Just a few days ago the NFL did something extraordinary. Something they’ve never done before. They arranged a private workout for Kaepernick in Atlanta and invited all 32 teams to attend. read more

Audio Article – Beto’s Gun Grab – Hawaii Coach Stands His Ground – Bike Lanes

by: Brent Smith

Honesty About Gun Confiscation

Joy-less Behar of the View lamented that Beto O’Rourke was too honest about his want to take everyone’s guns away. She said, “They should not tell everything they’re going to do. If you are going to take people’s guns away, wait until you get elected and then take them away. Don’t tell them ahead of time.”

I discuss her and all democrat’s dishonesty.

 

Coach in Hawaii Won’t Allow Boy to Join Girls Team

A high school volleyball coach in Hawaii doesn’t want a boy who thinks he’s a girl on his team – and oddly enough, the school is so far backing him up.

 

Small City Bike Lanes

My democrat-controlled city has installed bikes which not a single soul is using and I’m none-too-happy about it. read more

New York Puts a Cap on Scoring

Woke Socialists insist they know what’s good for us – how much is enough. It takes a village to raise a child. How much money does a person need? You didn’t build that business. And of course they are the arbiters of how much is too much.

Well now socialism has injected itself into high school sports. New York has decided how many points a team can score and by how many points they can beat their opponent, so as to not the hurt the other team’s wittle feewings.

from the The Blaze:

A New York high school football coach has been suspended because his team beat an undefeated opponent by too many points, violating a sportsmanship rule, according to the New York Post. read more

NBA Hypocrisy over China

from the Blaze:

NBA shuts down CNN reporter who dares to ask stars if they’re going to stop speaking about social justice after the China fiasco

The players suddenly are silent about ‘political and societal affairs’

WND Exclusive – Will NFL be Sanitized Out of Existence?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

If you are a regular reader, you know I am a huge NFL fan and a diehard New England Patriots fan. And to all the haters out there, I was a fan before the start of the dynasty years – although it’s difficult to remember that far back!

I’m not here to gloat – but rather to lament the problem in the NFL – and that is safety, or more precisely, trying to regulate the violence out a violent game.

Now, politically speaking – I’m disappointed, but not surprised. A lot of NFL team owners are left-leaning as are many at the league office and players. They also have a tendency to be spineless and therefore bow to every “we have to do something” mantra. So wanting to regulate human behavior isn’t really that foreign to them. read more

Video Podcast – Enough with NFL Social Justice Already

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

So I found a couple of articles from the Sun Sentinel in Miami Florida about the ongoing ridiculousness of this social justice movement crap and the NFL.

It’s about one head coach, Brian Flores, of the Miami Dolphins who threw in with the social justice crowd by claiming that his own story was one of social justice.

I discuss this being a problem on several levels, but mostly, the coach missed a golden opportunity to tell his real life story of working hard in America, to achieve your goal. read more

Being Black and Christian doesn’t Fit In with National Women’s Soccer Team

When the choice is between one of best female soccer players in America and wearing a gay pride jersey, the National Women’s Soccer team chose the jersey. And did I mention that the player is black? Interestingly, there were no cries of racism from anyone on the woke left.
from the Daily Wire:

 

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Accused Of Snubbing Star Player For Christian Views

 

Photo by Andy Mead/YCJ/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The absence of one of the best women’s soccer players in the nation from the national squad that just won the World Cup has prompted questions as to whether she didn’t make the team because of her openly professed Christian faith.

Jaelene Hinkle, 26, “has been called the top left defender in the U.S. game,” according to The Washington TimesFox News noted Hinkle “helped her team win the NWSL championship and previously helped it win a title in 2016 when it was known as the Western New York Flash.” read more

Weekly Weapons Advice – Choosing a Pistol Caliber

from my friends at GunPros.com:

Pistol Calibers – Comparison of the Most Common Options

Ammunition

If you’re looking to buy a handgun, the first step is determining what caliber you want to purchase. In this guide we’ll be covering a variety of common pistol calibers to help you make your decision.

What Does Caliber Mean?Parts of a Centerfire Cartridge & Bullet

Caliber refers to the internal diameter of a gun’s barrel and consequently the diameter of the bullets that can be used by the gun. Bullet calibers can be a bit confusing, because some bullet diameters are measured in inches, while others are measured in millimeters. It’s also important to understand that the bullet only refers to the actual projectile (see diagram to right).

If you look at the picture below, a .22 LR (.22 Long Rifle) is .223 inches in diameter, while the 9mm Luger round is 9 millimeters in diameter. If you knew nothing about guns or ammo, you might have assumed ammo referred to as “22 LR” would be bigger than one called “9 millimeter”, but you can clearly see in the picture (from grandpappy.org) this is not the case. This is due to the difference in their units of measurement.

Pistol Calibers

Important Note for Beginners: Always read the owner’s manual for all firearms you own, and only use the recommend ammunition. Just because a cartridge fits into your magazine, does not mean it can or should be shot by your firearm.

Why it’s Important to Put Thought Into Your Handgun Caliber

The handgun caliber you choose will typically impact:

  • The cost of ammunition. As a general rule, the larger the bullet, the more expensive it is. However, other factors like how common the ammo is, its supply, and its demand will also affect its price. Below you can see a current estimation of the cost of ammo online by caliber. Keep in mind prices will vary over time.

Learn how you can save big on ammunition by buying ammo online.

Ammo Caliber Estimated Price Per Round
.22 LR (.22 Long Rifle) $0.05-$0.07
.32 ACP (.32 Auto) $0.38-$0.52
.380 ACP (.380 Auto) $0.29-$0.43
9mm (9mm Luger) $0.19-$0.24
.40 S&W $0.29-$0.38
.45 ACP (.45 Auto) $0.28-$0.34
.38 Special $0.32-$0.40
.357 Magnum (.357 MAG) $0.42-$0.68
.44 Magnum (.44 Mag) $0.54-$1.05
  • The Stopping Power of Your Gun & Ammo While a variety of factors come into play when determining the stopping power of a gun and its ammo, the larger a bullet, the more likely it is to incapacitate an attacker.
  • The Recoil When Firing Your Gun. Though other factors play into recoil, a larger round typically equates to more recoil. Recoil strength affects accuracy because bullets that produce strong recoil will naturally move your aim further away from your target with each shot. Consequently, bullets with more recoil also require you to brace more in order to maintain accuracy.

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Newsflash: Now Dodgeball is a Form of Oppression.

from Human Events:

Dodgeball is ‘an Unethical Tool of Oppression’, Say Academics

This week, three education theorists will present the premise that dodgeball is “miseducative” and teaches athletic privilege to the Canadian Society for the Study of Education at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Vancouver, Canada.

The left’s most recent addition to the list of things they find oppressive is: dodgeball.

Yes, the game you played in gym class when you were twelve.

The National Post released an article earlier today by Joseph Brean explaining how “dodgeball isn’t just an unethical tool, it’s a form of oppression.” read more

Kaepernick is Ready for The NFL – Are they Ready for Him?

After the Superbowl, I usually go into a period of dormancy. Don’t care for basketball, baseball is boring and I can watch enoughImage result for take a chance on Kaepernick hockey to stay interested. So when I see a headline regarding anything football, I glom on, no matter trivial.

So Kaepernick is “ready” for the NFL again, eh. Question is, is the NFL ready for him, and will any team take a chance on quarterback who may no longer have it. Also will any team risk any potential antics on his part.

from the Blaze:

Colin Kaepernick looking to get back in NFL after settling grievance—and a QB vacancy just opened

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is reportedly ready to get back in the NFL now that he has settled his grievance against the league that claimed he had been blackballed for protesting the national anthem.

Kaepernick has not played professional football since 2016, but a source close to the former quarterback said he’s ready to go if called upon. The Miami Dolphins traded their starting quarterback Friday, creating a vacancy Kaepernick could potentially fill. read more