Ron DeSantis delivers another knockout blow to NCAA
The NCAA is the governing corporation for collegiate sports in the United States, and they’ve taken an aggressive posture in promoting men in women’s sports. Several Republican governors have taken up challenging that posture Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Montana, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Idaho have all passed laws. Idaho’s law heads to the 9th Circuit Court […]
Kristi Noem undermines state efforts to combat transgenderism in women’s sports
In my video on the And Campaign’s support of the Equality Act-lite, I made reference to Kristy Noem caving on the issue of transgenderism. It seems appropriate to further elaborate on what real leadership looks like in such a time as this. Kristy Noem has gone on at length defending her decision not to sign […]
NBA G League ups its game. Is it the beginning of the end for NCAA basketball?
I’m not alone, in that, I prefer college basketball to professional basketball. The NBA just isn’t as competitive while March Madness contains endless busted brackets and excitement. However in recent years the NBA has brought back and revamped a developmental league sponsored by Gatorade, called the G League. The league offers a paid alternative to […]