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Packlash!: Fans Enraged By Packer’s Request to Join Anthem Demonstration, Let Team Know They Want No Part of It


Sports teams ask a lot of their fans, especially in places like Green Bay. Where, depending on the time of year, a fan could get hypothermia while just sitting in his seat. However, one recent request the team has made of the Pack faithful has left fans feeling a little hot.

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HBO’s Gumbel to Trump: ‘Thanks’ for ‘Energizing the Social Conscience’ of Modern American Athletes


Tuesday on HBO’s “Real Sports,” host Bryant Gumbel thanked President Donald Trump for “energizing the social conscience of the modern American athlete” with his “racist, churlish and childish comments” over the weekend regarding NFL players protesting the national anthem. “Those of us who have long focused on the intersection of sports and society have often wondered what it would take for today’s athletes to forsake the path of least resistance and actually stand for something, and now we know,” Gumbel said at the conclusion of the show. “Many suddenly seem not just willing, but also eager to follow in the giant footsteps of Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, Bill Russell, Billie Jean King, Roberto Clemente, Arthur Ashe and many others who courageously used their athletic platforms to challenge authority in the pursuit of justice.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

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Klukowski: President Trump Can Win Big Ordering FEMA to Let Churches Help Relief Efforts

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President Donald Trump can score a triple win by superseding a policy manual from the Obama administration and allowing churches to help relief efforts in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico. It would be good policy and good politics, and more importantly help millions of Americans in desperate need.

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Texas Park Named for Confederate President May Become ‘Parque Unidad’


The Fort Worth Park and Recreation Advisory Board met Wednesday and unanimously agreed to re-brand a local park named for Jefferson Davis, the president of the short-lived Confederate States of America, to “Parque Unidad, Unity Park.”

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Study: DACA Amnesty Would Bring 1.4M Foreign Nationals to U.S., Trigger Never-Ending Chain Migration

Young immigrants and supporters gather for a rally in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in Los Angeles, California on September 1, 2017. A decision is expected in coming days on whether US President Trump will end the program by his predecessor, former President Obama, on DACA which has protected some 800,000 undocumented immigrants, also known as Dreamers, since 2012. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
An amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation by an Obama-created temporary amnesty program may trigger a never-ending flood of chain migration starting with at least 1.4 million foreign nationals coming to the United States.

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Redefining the Wall: What Donald Trump’s ‘Great Wall’ Looks like After Eight Months of Presidency

In this March 30, 2017 file photo, Workers use a crane to lift a segment of a new fence into place on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico, where Sunland Park, New Mexico, meets the Anapra neighborhood of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, As President Donald Trump's administration fights to fund a new, multibillion-dollar border wall, government lawyers are still settling claims with Texas landowners over the fence Congress approved more than a decade ago.
Donald Trump has promised supporters a “Great Wall” on the southern border since the day he announced his presidential campaign.

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Memo to Breitbart Readers: Uber HATES You (a Lot)

Uber signage is seen as an employee stands in the entrance of the ride-hailing giant's office in Hong Kong on March 10, 2017. Uber hit back at Hong Kong authorities on March 10 after five of its drivers were found guilty of operating without proper licences, in yet another blow to the ride-hailing giant. / AFP PHOTO / Anthony WALLACE (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)
Ride-sharing company Uber has demanded that their advertisements be removed from Breitbart News claiming that they want “nothing to do with” the website.

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California Presidential Primary Moved to March; May Hurt Trump in 2020


The California primary will be moved up from June to March starting in 2020, thanks to a bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown.

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Norman Lear Takes a Knee in ‘Solidarity’ with NFL Players


Legendary TV producer and World War II veteran Norman Lear took a knee Wednesday in ‘solidarity’ with the NFL players protesting during the national anthem.

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Packlash!: Fans Enraged By Packer’s Request to Join Anthem Demonstration, Let Team Know They Want No Part of It

Sports teams ask a lot of their fans, especially in places like Green Bay. Where, depending on the time of year, a fan could get hypothermia while just sitting in his seat. However, one recent request the team has made of the Pack faithful has left fans feeling a little hot.

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HBO’s Gumbel to Trump: ‘Thanks’ for ‘Energizing the Social Conscience’ of Modern American Athletes

Tuesday on HBO’s “Real Sports,” host Bryant Gumbel thanked President Donald Trump for “energizing the social conscience of the modern American athlete” with his “racist, churlish and childish comments” over the weekend regarding NFL players protesting the national anthem. “Those of us who have long focused on the intersection of sports and society have often wondered what it would take for today’s athletes to forsake the path of least resistance and actually stand for something, and now we know,” Gumbel said at the conclusion of the show. “Many suddenly seem not just willing, but also eager to follow in the giant footsteps of Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, Bill Russell, Billie Jean King, Roberto Clemente, Arthur Ashe and many others who courageously used their athletic platforms to challenge authority in the pursuit of justice.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

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Klukowski: President Trump Can Win Big Ordering FEMA to Let Churches Help Relief Efforts

President Donald Trump can score a triple win by superseding a policy manual from the Obama administration and allowing churches to help relief efforts in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico. It would be good policy and good politics, and more importantly help millions of Americans in desperate need.

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Texas Park Named for Confederate President May Become ‘Parque Unidad’

The Fort Worth Park and Recreation Advisory Board met Wednesday and unanimously agreed to re-brand a local park named for Jefferson Davis, the president of the short-lived Confederate States of America, to “Parque Unidad, Unity Park.”

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Study: DACA Amnesty Would Bring 1.4M Foreign Nationals to U.S., Trigger Never-Ending Chain Migration

An amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation by an Obama-created temporary amnesty program may trigger a never-ending flood of chain migration starting with at least 1.4 million foreign nationals coming to the United States.

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Redefining the Wall: What Donald Trump’s ‘Great Wall’ Looks like After Eight Months of Presidency

Donald Trump has promised supporters a “Great Wall” on the southern border since the day he announced his presidential campaign.

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Memo to Breitbart Readers: Uber HATES You (a Lot)

Ride-sharing company Uber has demanded that their advertisements be removed from Breitbart News claiming that they want “nothing to do with” the website.

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California Presidential Primary Moved to March; May Hurt Trump in 2020

The California primary will be moved up from June to March starting in 2020, thanks to a bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown.

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Norman Lear Takes a Knee in ‘Solidarity’ with NFL Players

Legendary TV producer and World War II veteran Norman Lear took a knee Wednesday in ‘solidarity’ with the NFL players protesting during the national anthem.

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