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Terrell Owens Calls Critics of His Hall Fame Ceremony Snub ‘Uncle Tommers’

Last week, former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Terrell Owens announced that he would not attend his own induction ceremony into the Football Hall of Fame. Now, after the ensuing scoffing by fellow players and media, Owens is now calling his critics a bunch of “Uncle Tommers.”

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Daryl Johnston Criticizes Players for Putting Politics Over Team

Cowboys legend Daryl “Moose” Johnston drew a sharp distinction between the way things were when he visited the White House as a player, and the way things stand with the current anthem protest movement.

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Tim Tebow Upset by ‘Tebowing’ Analogy to National Anthem Debate

Tim Tebow did not take a knee during the national anthem, nor was he protesting anything when he knelt as an NFL quarterback. Nor is he very happy that people are bringing his kneeling into the debate over protests during the NFL’s national anthem.

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Cheerleading Coach Gets 6 Years for Sex with Teenage Boy While Pregnant

A Texas judge handed down a 6-year prison sentence to a female cheerleading coach who pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old boy while she was pregnant. The woman admitted to having sex with the boy on multiple occasions. 

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Bureaucrat Subpoenas Records of Homeschoolers to Build Case for Regulation

The head of the Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate has subpoenaed  records of homeschoolers as she intends to explore a regulatory “framework” for parents who choose the home education model.

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Dinesh D’Souza: Left Had Romney ‘Hiding Under His Desk’ with Tactics that Didn’t Work Against Trump

Filmmaker and conservative author Dinesh D’Souza explained the “gangsterization of American politics,” using his own conviction under Obama and his pardon under Trump in a speech to Road to Majority conference attendees in Washington, DC, on Saturday.

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California Primary: Antonio Villaraigosa Spent $35 Million to Come in Third

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spent almost $35 million in the California primary to come in third for governor behind Republican businessman and first-time candidate John Cox, who spent just $6.6 million.

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The Eight States that Will Determine Which Party Controls the House of Representatives

The majority of the 99 seats in the House of Representatives identified by the Cook Political Report as “competitive” in 2018 are in eight states: California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, and Michigan.

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White Americans, Swing Voters in Battleground Districts: Immigration Has Made Life ‘Worse’

The majority of white Americans and swing voters in 2018 swing districts say that change has made life “worse” in the U.S.

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Terrell Owens Calls Critics of His Hall Fame Ceremony Snub ‘Uncle Tommers’

Last week, former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Terrell Owens announced that he would not attend his own induction ceremony into the Football Hall of Fame. Now, after the ensuing scoffing by fellow players and media, Owens is now calling his critics a bunch of “Uncle Tommers.”

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Daryl Johnston Criticizes Players for Putting Politics Over Team

Cowboys legend Daryl “Moose” Johnston drew a sharp distinction between the way things were when he visited the White House as a player, and the way things stand with the current anthem protest movement.

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Tim Tebow Upset by ‘Tebowing’ Analogy to National Anthem Debate

Tim Tebow did not take a knee during the national anthem, nor was he protesting anything when he knelt as an NFL quarterback. Nor is he very happy that people are bringing his kneeling into the debate over protests during the NFL’s national anthem.

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Cheerleading Coach Gets 6 Years for Sex with Teenage Boy While Pregnant

A Texas judge handed down a 6-year prison sentence to a female cheerleading coach who pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old boy while she was pregnant. The woman admitted to having sex with the boy on multiple occasions. 

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Bureaucrat Subpoenas Records of Homeschoolers to Build Case for Regulation

The head of the Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate has subpoenaed  records of homeschoolers as she intends to explore a regulatory “framework” for parents who choose the home education model.

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Dinesh D’Souza: Left Had Romney ‘Hiding Under His Desk’ with Tactics that Didn’t Work Against Trump

Filmmaker and conservative author Dinesh D’Souza explained the “gangsterization of American politics,” using his own conviction under Obama and his pardon under Trump in a speech to Road to Majority conference attendees in Washington, DC, on Saturday.

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California Primary: Antonio Villaraigosa Spent $35 Million to Come in Third

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spent almost $35 million in the California primary to come in third for governor behind Republican businessman and first-time candidate John Cox, who spent just $6.6 million.

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The Eight States that Will Determine Which Party Controls the House of Representatives

The majority of the 99 seats in the House of Representatives identified by the Cook Political Report as “competitive” in 2018 are in eight states: California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, and Michigan.

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White Americans, Swing Voters in Battleground Districts: Immigration Has Made Life ‘Worse’

The majority of white Americans and swing voters in 2018 swing districts say that change has made life “worse” in the U.S.

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