Despite claiming that it isn’t a “political” sports network, ESPN has announced that it plans to launch a brand new morning show geared to push a far left, social justice agenda. The new show, to be called Get Up! […]
Apparently, ESPN is sinking big cash into this new “woke” morning show, too.
THR notes: “It’s a big, costly swing for the network, including leasing a 21,000-square-foot studio and office complex in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport and nearly $15 million in talent salaries ($6.5 million for Greenberg, 50; $5 million for Beadle, 42; and $3 million for Rose, 45, sources say).”
That all certainly seems to say that despite ESPN’s claims to the contrary, none of these new hosts have any intention at all of “sticking to sports.”
Extreme political views might be driving some people away from churches, but the actual number of departing parishioners is not that large and those who do leave the pews are mostly marginally involved with the institution, according to a new study co-authored by a UB political scientist. “All we’re […]
A recent Dubois County Herald article has confirmed what we suspected, the Hate Crimes legislation that was defeated earlier in the Indiana General Assembly of pushed in an attempt to help lure Amazon’s second headquarters to Indianapolis area.
It is time for lawmakers and business leaders to be honest with Hoosiers regarding the REAL goal of legislation. Advancing a Liberal Agenda to appease companies that may or may not choose to come to our state is BAD Policy! (Especially considering our current law allows Judges this latitude as Attorney Jim Bopp pointed out in Senate testimony)
Indiana has significant advantages, especially economic, over many of the states competing for Amazon’s second headquarters, we do not need to also become a ‘Politically Correct State’. The last dozen years has shown Indiana doesn’t need to become California to compete for jobs. An example is liberal leaning Salesforce that has already expanded its presence in the state
It is our hope that in the future lawmakers and business leaders will be upfront about why legislation is being put forth so Hoosiers can have an informed debate on this type of legislation.