The Super Bowl is only 19 days away…and I couldn’t care less! First, this is not about hating football – I don’t. I’ll admit the game is not my favorite among professional sports, but it is far from my least favorite, either – that space is reserved for baseball, which
This has been a week of sports ball controversy and straight-up political mutiny. We sum up some of the bigger stories for you here and then we should all head out and do some day drinking. Let’s go… Screw you guys: Raiders threaten to take their toys and run According
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By Harvey Rifkin The reason I would stand for the “Anthem” or any other institution or icon would be out of reverence and major respect for the institution out of its foundational integrity and moral behavior. Unfortunately, due to my read of America’s racist, barbaric, imperialistic, sexist, misogynistic, and greedy
You might not like the tone BLM takes, or the image of NFL players kneeling before a game, but if you think that makes these things fundamentally wrong, it’s time for a U.S. history lesson.
Wanna stay up on all the free shirts we give out? Make sure to follow on Instagram and subscribe to the email list! Colin Kaepernick is a hero. His silent protest against the centuries of violence perpetrated by police, against communities of color, is one the most significant statements of
Professional athletes reportedly spend thousands of dollars each year on custom made suits, many of which get worn a couple times and then end up hanging, unused in large walk-in closets. Colin Kaepernick just gave that frivolous spending habit a real and charitable purpose. While the NFL spent it’s weekend
Some people refuse to stand for the national anthem because of an ugly-sounding “slave” lyric in the song’s little-known third stanza. But this ugly-sounding reference is actually on permanent display in Golden Gate Park, glorified for all time at the Francis Scott Key statue in the Music Concourse between the
Open letter by Rupa Marya, MD of the Do No Harm Coalition Dear Colin Kaepernick, I am writing to you to express deep respect, as a person born and raised in the Bay Area and a physician on faculty at UCSF who has been caring for the people of SF since