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  • INGLEWOOD (CA) APPROVES PLANS FOR RAMS STADIUM (NFL)

    02/25/2015 12:59:22 PM PST · by C19fan · 56 replies
    Breitbart ^ | February 25, 2015 | William Bigelow
    The Inglewood City Council unanimously approved St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s prospective stadium at Hollywood Park on Tuesday. The $1.86 billion, 80,000-seat, closed-roof structure, to be opened in 2018, would become the world’s most expensive stadium. Chris Meany, vice president of the Hollywood Park Land Company (HPLC), partners with the Kroenke Group, commented, “It’s just the next step, but it’s a very important step.”
  • Rams Owner, Hollywood Park Group Plans To Build New NFL Stadium In Inglewood

    The Hollywood Land Company, a joint venture between Stockbridge Capital Group and The Kroenke Group, plans to build a 80,000-seat stadium, a 6,000-seat performance venue, a 300-room hotel, 2,500 residential units, 1.7 million square feet of retail and office space and 25 acres of public parks, playgrounds and open space on the site. The development, named the “City of Champions Revitalization Project”, will be built at no cost to taxpayers.
  • NFL finally returning to Los Angeles? Rams owner to build massive stadium complex

    01/05/2015 10:15:43 AM PST · by Enlightened1 · 84 replies
    Daily Mai ^ | 01/05/15 | Josh Gardner
    The owner of the St. Louis Rams has announced intentions to build a massive new NFL stadium and entertainment complex in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood. Stan Kroenke revealed the grand plan to the LA Times on Monday. In addition to an 80,000-seat stadium, the billionaire and his partners are proposing an adjacent 6,000-seat performance venue. Los Angeles was home to the Rams from 1946 to 1994 and, as St. Louis scrambles to come up with a plan for a new stadium in order to retain the team, the City of Angels appears ever more likely to get a...
  • Reggie Bush Wears Protest Shirt (I can't breathe)

    12/07/2014 1:01:51 PM PST · by doug from upland · 43 replies
    espn ^ | 12-2014
    DETROIT -- Lions running back Reggie Bush, who has been outspoken about the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, continued his outspoken nature Sunday when he wore a shirt reading "I Can't Breathe" during pregame warm-ups Sunday. Bush wrote the message -- in black ink on his blue shirt -- signifying the last words of Eric Garner, the New York man who died while being placed in a chokehold as he was being arrested. Bush wore the shirt a day after Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose wore an "I Can't Breathe" T-shirt in pregame warm-ups prior to his team's game Saturday night...
  • Jeff Fisher Taunts 'Skins With RG3 Trade Haul Before Game

    12/07/2014 4:39:49 PM PST · by MinorityRepublican · 29 replies
    Deadspin ^ | 12/7/14 | Samer Kalaf
    The Rams shut out the 'Skins 24-0 today, but St. Louis head coach Jeff Fisher punked Washington before the game even started. Remember when Washington traded up in the 2012 draft to get Robert Griffin III? Oh, Fisher remembers.
  • Black St. Louis police group supports Rams, rips other police group

    12/03/2014 6:59:53 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 31 replies
    CBS Sports ^ | December 3, 2014 | John Breech
    The Rams may not have the support of the St. Louis Police Officer's Association, but the team does have the support of at least one police group in St. Louis. The Ethical Society of Police -- which represents African American cops in St. Louis -- released a statement this week saying that it commends the Rams for the Ferguson gesture they did before the team's Week 13 game against the Raiders. Jared Cook, Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey, Chris Givens and Tavon Austin all did the "Hands-up-don't-shoot" pose as they entered the field before the Rams' 52-0 win over the Raiders.
  • St. Louis County police, Rams spar over reported apology

    12/02/2014 7:41:52 AM PST · by Responsibility2nd · 69 replies
    CNN ^ | 12-02-2014 | Holly Yan, CNN
    Sorry seems to be the hardest word. The latest Ferguson confrontation isn't taking place on the streets of the beleaguered city, but between the St. Louis County Police Department and the St. Louis Rams football team -- over an apology, or lack thereof. The brouhaha started silently when five Rams players took to the field Sunday with their palms in the air -- showing the "hands up, don't shoot" gesture used by protesters decrying the police shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown. ~snip~ St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar sent an e-mail to his staff saying the...
  • Rams players should not be disciplined

    I guess life would be less complicated if we just left sports to be about the games. I get it that a lot of people who watched Sunday’s NFL game between the St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders were angered that Rams players Jared Cook, Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey, Chris Givens and Tavon Austin made a visual statement about a polarizing social issue. During the introduction of the St. Louis offense, the five players stopped near the tunnel and raised their arms in the universal sign of “I surrender.” It was a statement about the recent grand jury decision not...
  • Don Jones disciplined for tweets about Michael Sam [But anti-cop Rams get free pass]

    12/01/2014 9:42:54 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 6 replies
    nfl.com ^ | 5/11/14 | Manouk Akopyan
    ....Dolphins safety Don Jones took to Twitter with inappropriate comments after Michael Sam was drafted by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday. As a result, Jones was fined an undisclosed amount and excused from all team activities, the team announced through a press release Sunday...
  • NFL won’t discipline Rams players for Ferguson demonstration

    12/01/2014 9:42:33 AM PST · by GIdget2004 · 65 replies
    NBCSports ^ | 12/01/2014 | Michael David Smith
    After five Rams players took the field in St. Louis with their hands raised in solidarity with protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, the St. Louis Police Officers’ Association urged the NFL to discipline the players. The NFL will not be doing that. A league spokesman told USA Today that the players won’t be disciplined. “We respect and understand the concerns of all individuals who have expressed views on this tragic situation,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement.
  • St. Louis police group demands punishment for Rams players in Ferguson protest

    12/01/2014 6:23:50 AM PST · by JustaCowgirl · 50 replies
    Fox News ^ | 12/01/14 | none
    "I just think there has to be a change," Davon Cook said after the Rams' 52-0 win. "There has to be a change that starts with the people that are most influential around the world. "No matter what happened on that day, no matter how the whole situation went down, there has to be a change."
  • How Much Are St. Louis Rams Players Donating to Ferguson Community?

    11/30/2014 6:42:52 PM PST · by PJ-Comix · 23 replies
    Self | November 30, 2014 | PJ-Comix
    I'm just curious but I am wondering how much $$$$ the St. Louis Rams players who pulled the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot!" stunt are DONATING to the Ferguson community. Easy to pull off a stunt but... Money Talks, BS Walks.
  • Rams show support for Ferguson with “hands up, don’t shoot” entrance

    11/30/2014 1:00:38 PM PST · by balch3 · 95 replies
    Fox2Now ^ | Nov 30, 2014 | KTVI
    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis Rams took the field at the Edward Jones Dome in a show of support for the Ferguson protesters. Rams players including Stedman Bailey, Jared Cook, Chris Givens and receivers Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt took to the field with their hands up. The “hands up, don’t shoot” sign has been a hallmark of protesters since the August 9th shooting. The St. Louis Rams are playing the Oakland Raiders. The hometown team is leading 44-0 in the 4th quarter. The gesture made another appearance after a touchdown in the first quarter.
  • Don Paul dies at 89; helped L.A. Rams to NFL championship

    11/21/2014 6:51:01 PM PST · by EveningStar · 9 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | November 21, 2014 | Staff
    Don Paul, a fierce football player for UCLA in the 1940s who went on to help the Los Angeles Rams win an NFL championship, has died. He was 89. Paul died of respiratory failure Nov. 8 in Woodland Hills after an extended illness, his family announced. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound Paul earned a UCLA football letter in each of four seasons — 1943, '44, '46 and '47 — with his Bruin career split by Navy service during World War II. He played center and linebacker, was chosen team captain three times and, according to UCLA, was the first freshman player to...
  • Deion Sanders on Michael Sam: Gay ‘Could Be’ a Choice – ‘The God I Know Don’t Make Mistakes’

    11/08/2014 7:38:12 AM PST · by Rusty0604 · 33 replies
    CNS News ^ | 11/07/2014 | Michael W. Chapman
    When questioned about openly homosexual football player Michael Sam, Pro Football Hall of Famer and CBS Sports analyst Deion Sanders said that gay “could be” a choice and added that, “The God I know don’t make mistakes.” In a Nov. 7 interview preview on ORA.tv, an online program, host Larry King asked Sanders what he thought about Michael Sam, who was drafted by the St. Louis Rams and later released, and then picked for the Dallas Cowboys practice squad and not long thereafter also released. Sanders, who is also a commentator for the NFL Network, said, “You know what, I...
  • Ferguson Protesters and Football Fans Brawl in Street After St. Louis Rams Game

    10/21/2014 2:41:18 AM PDT · by Altura Ct. · 38 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 10/20/2014
    Ferguson protesters and football fans fought in the street after the St. Louis Rams game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday afternoon, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The protesters were outside the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis yelling and chanting about the killing of Michael Brown, the black 18-year-old who was fatally shot by a white police officer from Ferguson, Missouri, in August. As the protesters and football fans began arguing, the Post-Dispatch reported that a fan appeared to spit on one of the protesters and he was then struck on the head, which sparked a large fight. There...
  • No other team wants to pick up openly gay NFL draft pick Michael Sam after ....

    08/31/2014 7:00:57 PM PDT · by Morgana · 98 replies
    mail online ^ | Josh Gardner AP
    FULL TITLE: No other team wants to pick up openly gay NFL draft pick Michael Sam after he's cut from the St. Louis Rams Michael Sam was not picked up by any other team Sunday after the NFL's first openly gay draft pick was cut by the St. Louis Rams. Sam's dreams of becoming the first gay NFL player have now been placed on hold. Sam is now free to sign with any NFL practice team. Scroll down for video
  • Michael Sam cut by Rams

    08/30/2014 1:08:15 PM PDT · by GreenAccord · 205 replies
    espn.com ^ | 8/30/2014 | Nick Wagoner and Adam Schefter
    EARTH CITY, Mo. -- The St. Louis Rams released defensive end Michael Sam on Saturday, according to multiple league sources. Sam's efforts to become the first openly gay player in NFL history came up just short in a competition against undrafted rookie Ethan Westbrooks. Westbrooks is one of nine defensive linemen to land a roster spot. Sam officially hit waivers Saturday at 4 p.m. ET when all NFL teams had to trim their rosters down to the league-mandated 53 players. From there, the other 31 teams will have 24 hours to put in a claim for Sam.
  • Michael Sam may have violated NCAA rules [Vanity]

    05/19/2014 12:48:50 AM PDT · by bjorn14 · 44 replies
    self | 19 May 2014 | Bjørn Radtke
    There was a discussion on FR about Michael Sam selling T-Shirts on his website. It got me thinking when was this website created? If it was created after he came out then he is an entrepreneirial capitalist but if it was created before then he's all about himself and his gayness. So I went to check on my local domain register and low and behold it was created October 13, 2013 but this where Sam might be in a little bit of trouble withe NCAA. The site was registered by his now agents Empire Athletes of Santa Monica, California and...
  • Michael Sam's OWN documentary postponed

    05/17/2014 7:48:12 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 25 replies
    Chicago Tribune ^ | May 16, 2014
    Representatives for Michael Sam announced Friday night that the Oprah Winfrey Network documentary about the NFL's first openly gay player has been put on hold. The postponement came after meetings with the St. Louis Rams, who selected Sam in the seventh round of the NFL Draft last weekend. "After careful consideration and discussion with the St. Louis Rams, 'The Untitled Michael Sam Project' has been postponed, allowing Michael the best opportunity to achieve his dream of making the team," Erik Logan, president of the network, said in a statement.
  • Michael Sam didn’t disclose doc plans, fearing it might hurt draft stock, per report

    05/16/2014 6:59:13 AM PDT · by C19fan · 62 replies
    SI ^ | May 15, 2014 | Bryan Rose
    The Oprah Winfrey Network is set to begin production on a documentary series surrounding Michael Sam, a plan that Sam and his representatives knew about before the draft. The problem? The latter group didn’t disclose that fact to the St. Louis Rams or other teams. Per ESPN’s Ed Werder, Sam and Co. didn’t disclose their OWN documentary plans to teams ahead of the draft out of fear that he “might not be picked.” St. Louis scooped up Sam at pick No. 249 overall.
  • Michael Sam's boyfriend Vito..dad did time for sports betting..grandfather..mobster 'Willie the Rat'

    05/12/2014 12:19:43 PM PDT · by C19fan · 48 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | May 12, 2014 | Lydia Warren
    Wiping away tears before sharing a passionate kiss for the cameras, new NFL pick Michael Sam and his boyfriend were the picture of joy on Saturday. As the photograph of their embrace quickly spread across the internet, Sam celebrated being the first openly-gay player drafted to the NFL - and viewers wondered about the identity of his man. He has now been named as Vito Cammisano, a 23-year-old fellow University of Missouri alum, who starred on the school's swim team - and who apparently comes from one of the state's most infamous mobster families. Online records indicate that he is...
  • Michael Sam: I should've been drafted in the first three rounds

    05/11/2014 7:19:37 PM PDT · by FlJoePa · 161 replies
    cbs sportsline ^ | 5-11-14 | John Breech
    Former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam became the first openly gay player in NFL history to be drafted when the Rams took him with the 249th pick on Saturday, but Sam almost didn't make history because he almost fell out of the draft. Sam was taken with the eighth-to-last pick, meaning he almost wasn't drafted at all, something he found rather shocking. The NFL's first openly gay player said he should've been picked higher. "From last season alone, I should've been in the first three rounds -- SEC Defensive player of the year, All-American," Sam said, listing off his 2013...
  • Rams select Michael Sam, NFL's first openly gay player

    05/10/2014 4:40:56 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 207 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | May 10, 2014 | Sam Farmer
    NEW YORK -- It took nearly the entire draft, but Michael Sam and the NFL finally made history. The St. Louis Rams used the 249th pick in the seventh round to select Sam, who has officially become the league's first openly gay player. Being picked by St. Louis means Sam will stay in the state where he played college football as a standout at the University of Missouri.
  • Clippers Owner Settles Discrimination Suit: Where's the Rush Outrage?

    11/08/2009 3:08:22 PM PST · by Justaham · 3 replies · 273+ views
    Newsbusters.org ^ | 11-8-09 | Noel Sheppard
    Last month liberal media members armed with false allegations of racism went into a full-court press to prevent Rush Limbaugh from becoming an owner of the St. Louis Rams. On Tuesday, the owner of basketball's Los Angeles Clippers settled a multi-million dollar discrimination lawsuit wherein it was alleged that he had for years tried to keep blacks and hispanics out of his apartment buildings. This is actually the second such suit Donald Sterling has settled in the past four years. Despite this, America's television news media, which had a field day going after Limbaugh last month, completely ignored the story.
  • Stan Kroenke buys 60 acres in L.A.

    01/31/2014 7:24:47 AM PST · by Uncle Chip · 27 replies
    ABC News ^ | January 31, 2014 | NICK WAGONER via ESPN
    ST. LOUIS -- According to reports in the Los Angeles Times and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, by way of an affiliated holding company, recently purchased a 60-acre tract of land in Inglewood, Calif. The reports indicate that the land is located between the Forum and Hollywood Park and could serve as a possible spot for development of a new NFL stadium according to the Times' sources. Kroenke has made much of his fortune by way of land development and has long owned large amounts of land in California and elsewhere. Whether this move is...
  • Headbanger Ball: Is "Rams" an acceptable team name?

    10/18/2013 6:55:58 PM PDT · by Daniel Clark · 51 replies
    The Shinbone: The Frontier of the Free Press ^ | October 18, 2013 | Daniel Clark
    Headbanger Ball: Is “Rams” an acceptable team name? by Daniel Clark Two issues have been roiling the National Football League over the past year. One of those is the Washington Redskins, whose name some observers, including President Obama, have deemed racially insensitive. The other is the suspected long-term effects of concussions sustained while playing football. How is it, then, that nobody is raising any objection to the one NFL team that glorifies the kind of targeted head shots that the league claims it wants to eliminate from the game? It’s hypocritical for the NFL to wring its hands over brain...
  • Rams officials distance team from Ty Nsekhe after controversial tweets

    09/24/2013 7:41:39 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 6 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | September 24, 2013 | Chuck Schilken
    St. Louis Rams officials released a statement Tuesday distancing the team from former player Ty Nsekhe, who appeared to be bashing the military Monday on Twitter. "On Monday, numerous media outlets published reports regarding comments made on Twitter by Ty Nsekhe, a former Rams offensive lineman. Many of these reports mistakenly identified Nsekhe as a current member of the Rams organization. Nsekhe was released by the team on August 31, 2013 and no longer has any affiliation with the St. Louis Rams," the statement said.
  • Ex-NFL coach Jack Pardee dies at 76 (Here's what a legacy is, Obama!)

    04/02/2013 7:59:03 AM PDT · by AngelesCrestHighway · 18 replies
    ESPN Chicago ^ | 04/01/13 | ESPN Chicago Staff
    HOUSTON -- Jack Pardee, one of Bear Bryant's "Junction Boys" at Texas A&M who went on to become an All-Pro linebacker and an NFL coach, died Monday. He was 76. In November, Pardee's family announced that he had gall bladder cancer that had spread to other organs and that he had six to nine months to live. The family has established a memorial scholarship fund in Pardee's name at the University of Houston, where Pardee coached from 1987-89. "Today, we mourn the passing of a great man who dedicated his life to the game of football and was a true...
  • Billionaire Stan Kroenke Buys $132.5 Million Broken O Ranch

    12/03/2012 9:02:01 AM PST · by Uncle Chip · 31 replies
    Forbes ^ | November 29, 2012 | Morgan Brennan
    It was only a matter of time before a cash-flush investor bought the Broken O Ranch. Asking $132.5 million in cold hard cash, the 124,000 acre Montana farm is one of the largest agricultural operations in the Rocky Mountain West, offering an alluring investment opportunity to those bullish on soft commodities. Turns out one American billionaire agrees. Stanley Kroenke, a real estate mogul worth $4 billion by Forbes’ estimate, assumed ownership of Broken O Ranch on Tuesday for an undisclosed price. Kroenke, known for his ownership of sports teams like the NBA’s Denver Nuggets and the NFL’s St. Louis Rams,...
  • First Thought On Seeing Fergie Sing The National Anthem

    09/12/2011 5:31:44 PM PDT · by Doc Savage · 27 replies · 1+ views
    September 12, 2011 | Doc Savage
    My first thought on seeing the no-talent, crystal meth addict Fergie butchering the National Anthem was here was a junkie whore who Roger Goodell had NO problem with becoming a limited partner of the Miami Dolphins, while Rush Limbaugh, a patriot and the number one radio personality of all-time, is denied a partnership in the St. Louis Rams.
  • Rams will be sold to Illinois businessman Shahid Khan

    02/12/2010 10:32:36 AM PST · by katiedidit1 · 30 replies · 941+ views
    STlToday.com ^ | 2/11/10 | Bernie Miklasz
    Rams owners Chip Rosenbloom and Lucia Rodriguez have entered into a signed agreement to sell the team to Shahid Khan, multiple NFL sources told the Post-Dispatch late Wednesday night. Khan, 55, is the president of Flex-N-Gate Corp., an auto-parts manufacturer based in Urbana, Ill. Khan has lived in the Champaign-Urbana area for more than 40 years and is married with two adult children. Khan is a graduate of the School of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Illinois.
  • Should Rush Limbaugh have been allowed to invest in an NFL football team?

    10/22/2009 1:51:54 PM PDT · by nutsonthebus · 11 replies · 489+ views
    www.daveweinbaum.com ^ | October 19, 2009 | Dave Weinbaum
    Yes, No or Who Cares? This is the last chance to take this totally unscientific poll. We're going to ship the results off to both Rush Limbaugh and the commissioner of the NFL. BE HEARD! LAST CHANCE!
  • America's new criminal profiling: Succeed while conservative

    10/22/2009 1:44:48 PM PDT · by nutsonthebus · 279+ views
    www.daveweinbaum.com ^ | October 22, 2009 | Dave Weinbaum
    On a dark humid Florida night a black sedan meanders toward a mansion where a meeting is to take place about an investment opportunity. A Racial Justice Patrol Car, with a SCB (Successful Conservative Bulletin) taped to its dash, sirens screaming, lights flashing, headlights beaming on high blinding anyone looking back, compels a pullover. The two officers, guns drawn, loudspeakers in the other hand shout, “Get out of the car--NOW!” A slimmed down radio talk show host exits, EIB microphone in hand. The racial cops scream, “Put your hands on the car and keep your big mouth away from the...
  • The Race Card, Football and Me

    10/17/2009 3:00:02 AM PDT · by lt.america · 38 replies · 2,237+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 17 Oct 2009 | Rush Limbaugh
    David Checketts, an investor and owner of sports teams, approached me in late May about investing in the St. Louis Rams football franchise. As a football fan, I was intrigued. I invited him to my home where we discussed it further. Even after informing him that some people might try to make an issue of my participation, Mr. Checketts said he didn't much care. I accepted his offer. It didn't take long before my name was selectively leaked to the media as part of the Checketts investment group. Shortly thereafter, the media elicited comments from the likes of Al Sharpton....
  • Rush Rammed (Limbaugh has reduced the media to recycling lies)

    10/16/2009 8:19:46 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 31 replies · 1,377+ views
    National Review ^ | 10/16/2009 | The Editors
    It is telling that Rush Limbaugh’s enemies — and they are enemies, not critics — always avail themselves of the same three weapons: fat jokes, addiction jokes, and lies. There was a predictable surfeit of the first two in the Democratic media’s recent campaign to prevent Rush from becoming part-owner of a professional football team, but the lies reached a level that is remarkable even by the standards of the corrupt and incompetent American media. Specifically, a rash of manufactured quotes attributed to Limbaugh was forwarded to the usual media suspects — CNN, MSNBC — which then incorporated these falsehoods...
  • Soros not part of Checketts’ Rams bid group

    10/16/2009 7:34:00 AM PDT · by NativeNewYorker · 10 replies · 702+ views
    Billionaire investor George Soros is not part of St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts’ bid to buy the St. Louis Rams, unnamed sources told the SportsBusiness Journal. News reports emerged this week suggesting that Soros was part of the bid. Earlier this week, Checketts dropped his partner Rush Limbaugh after a growing firestorm erupted over the conservative talk-radio show host. Soros is known for funding several left-wing causes and groups, including Moveon.org. Some of the confusion over Soros’ involvement likely emerged because former Soros fund managers run Towerbrook Financial, the hedge fund that invested with Checketts in the Blues.
  • Stopping The Rush (Limbaugh)

    10/15/2009 5:00:50 PM PDT · by raptor22 · 42 replies · 2,514+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | October 15, 2009 | IBD staff
    Media Bias: Not long after pro football welcomed a convicted felon back on the playing field, Rush Limbaugh is dropped for his opinions from a group seeking to buy an NFL franchise. Won't someone throw a flag? When even Keith Olbermann says back off, you know the politically correct critics of the conservative icon and megaradio talk host's proposed part ownership of the St. Louis Rams are guilty of piling on. The prospect of the leading conservative voice in America participating in the purchase of a football team sent the liberal elites into cardiac arrest and into a frenzied campaign...
  • St. Louis Rams verse Rush

    10/15/2009 5:36:43 AM PDT · by blueyon · 54 replies · 1,880+ views
    10/15/09 | blueyon
    Not a penny, not one penny..............To all you football fans, it is time to take a stand! BOYCOTT THE ST. LOUIS RAMS
  • NFL’s Biggest Problem is Players, Not Limbaugh

    10/15/2009 4:46:00 AM PDT · by BobMcCartyWrites · 19 replies · 899+ views
    Bob McCarty Writes ^ | 10-15-09 | Bob McCarty
    Members of the mainstream media are having a field day after it was announced today that Dave Checketts, owner of the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues, had decided to drop conservative radio talk show legend Rush Limbaugh from the group interested in purchasing the National Football League’s St. Louis Rams. Conveniently, they ignore the fact that the league’s biggest problems stem not from the owners or prospective owners, but from the players themselves.
  • OBAMA RACISTS ASSAIL LIMBAUGH NFL FRANCHISE OWNERSHIP EFFORT

    10/14/2009 9:57:52 PM PDT · by BigJohn44 · 8 replies · 610+ views
    Vanity | October 14, 2009 | BigJohn44
    Oct. 14–Many Obama voters will freely acknowledge that the main reason they voted for him is because he is black. They are proud of it; they prattle on and on about the historic nature of a black man being president, as if his skin color alone justifies this. These lefty-bigots squint and smile and gush over Obama like fools because, well, he is black. Like strutting, barnyard chickens, they bawk-bawk in unison: “Obama. . . Bawk Bawk Black Black Black Black Black.” Except the chickens have more intellect. Obama, whose voting record in the U.S. Senate was, by any definition,...
  • NFL is looking at all the [GANG] signs [2008]

    10/14/2009 9:09:19 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 26 replies · 1,944+ views
    L A Times ^ | July 16, 2008 | Sam Farmer
    Hand signals captured on videotape are once again being scrutinized around the NFL. Only this time, it's not the New England Patriots studying them for a competitive advantage, but league officials in search of a more sinister message. The NFL, concerned that some players might celebrate by flashing the hand signals of street gangs, has hired experts to examine game tapes and identify the gestures. "There have been some suspected things we've seen," said Milt Ahlerich, the league's vice president of security. "When we see it, we quietly jump on it immediately, directly with the team and the player or...
  • Al Sharpton - A brief history

    10/14/2009 8:07:55 PM PDT · by word_warrior_bob · 14 replies · 587+ views
    -Racial agitator and Founder of the National Action Network -Helped incite anti-Jewish riots in Crown Heights, New York in 1991 in which a Jewish student was murdered -Convicted of libel for his role in the Tawana Brawley hoax -Incited anti-Semites against Freddy's Mart which was burned by one of Sharpton's followers, killing seven people -Democratic Party presidential candidate, 2004
  • Report: Checketts To Drop Rush Limbaugh From Bid For St. Louis Rams

    10/14/2009 3:05:18 PM PDT · by Talkradio03 · 21 replies · 1,016+ views
    hotairpundit ^ | 10/14/09 | talkradio03
    This coming from not one but 3 NFL sources as reported by ESPN, a very sad day for America..., a man who loves the game of football won't be able to do for the 0-5 Rams what he did for a.m. radio....
  • Email ESPN's Ombudsman Regarding Willful Defamation & False Info.

    10/14/2009 10:33:20 AM PDT · by Minus_The_Bear · 17 replies · 785+ views
    ESPN
    ESPN is spreading known falsehoods about Limbaugh saying he promoted slavery and other disgusting quotes. THESE QUOTES ORIGINATED ON WIKIPEDIA WHERE ANYONE CAN EDIT ANYTHING! ESPN, an ABC/Disney news organization did absolutely zero homework on this and simply ran with a quote from Wikipedia! These people are trying to promote hatred with these false quotes. DEMAND AN ON AIR APOLOGY AND RETRACTION! email the ESPN Ombudsman
  • Sharpton Should Shut Up About Rush Limbaugh NFL Owner Bid

    10/13/2009 9:37:29 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 30 replies · 1,154+ views
    NLPC ^ | October 13, 2009 | Peter Flaherty
    I am not sure why Rush Limbaugh would want to own an NFL team. It is surely more fun to criticize the establishment on a daily basis than to become part of it. Leaving that aside, the last person in the world who should have a say in the matter is Al Sharpton. (The next to last is his mentor Jesse Jackson.) Sharpton has written a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell saying the NFL should reject Limbaugh’s bid. Yesterday the New York Times actually referred to Sharpton’s group, the National Action Network, as “a civil rights organization,” demonstrating the...
  • STEPHEN A. SMITH DEFENDS RUSH LIMBAUGH'S BID FOR THE RAMS

    10/12/2009 8:38:15 PM PDT · by TheFreedomPoster · 3 replies · 761+ views
    THE FREEDOM POST ^ | October 12, 2009 | TheCapitalist
    On the Rush Limbaugh Show today, Rush discusses a fabricated, slanderous quote that has been circulating in the sports media, which attempts to insinuate that Rush has racist tendencies, an accusation from the far-left that has been disproved long ago. Rush talks about Stephen A. Smith's interview where he defends Rush's potential purchase of the L. A. Rams (watch video at end of article). Rush also talks about slavery and political correctness. Below is the transcript, followed by the video of the Stephen A. Smith interview:
  • Steven A. Smith On Black Players Not Playing For Rush:"They're Lying Through Stinking Teeth" (Video)

    10/11/2009 9:57:37 PM PDT · by Talkradio03 · 32 replies · 2,460+ views
    hotairpundit ^ | 10/12/09 | talkradio03
    A great piece of Video...Espn's Steven A. Smith blasts the NFL players who said they wouldn't play for Rush Limbaugh as "Liars and Hypocrites"... he's exactly right (Video from CNN show)
  • NFL Players Union Opposes Rush Limbaugh's Bid for Rams

    10/11/2009 9:53:49 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 96 replies · 3,562+ views
    NFL Players Union Opposes Rush Limbaugh's Bid for Rams By Noel Sheppard Created 2009-10-11 12:05 BREAKING: "NFL Players Executive Director DeMaurice Smith on Saturday made a move to solidify the union against a bid by conservative talk show radio host Rush Limbaugh as part of a group that aims to purchase the St. Louis Rams." Such was reported [1] moments ago by ESPN's Chris Mortensen. According to Mortensen, Smith has spoken to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell strongly opposing this transaction: In an e-mail to the union's executive committee on Saturday specifically addressing Limbaugh's bid, Smith said, "I've spoken to the...
  • RACIST NFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION EXEC OPPOSES RUSH LIMBAUGH'S RAMS BID

    10/11/2009 12:50:55 PM PDT · by TheFreedomPoster · 28 replies · 1,907+ views
    THE FREEDOM POST ^ | October 11, 2009 | TheCapitalist
    In an e-mail to the union's executive committee on Saturday specifically addressing Limbaugh's bid, Smith said, "I've spoken to the Commissioner [Roger Goodell] and I understand that this ownership consideration is in the early stages. But sport in America is at its best when it unifies, gives all of us reason to cheer, and when it transcends. Our sport does exactly that when it overcomes division and rejects discrimination and hatred."