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Donn Marten is a fearless truth teller who calls it like he sees it despite the prevailing establishment narrative. The opinions expressed belong solely to this author and not do not necessarily reflect those of CDN itself.

You’ve Heard of a Face-Off But NHL Star Actually Had His Beard Ripped Off

When it comes to sports played by real men, the pansies and prima donnas of the NFL have nothing on the National Hockey League. Thanks to the work of mealy-mouthed militant Colin Kaepernick, the NFL has been exposed as a bunch of tough-talking social justice warrior sissies the likes of who wouldn’t have lasted ten minutes back in the day ...

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The Return of Chucky: Jon Gruden to Get Huge Deal to Coach Raiders

Considering the ungodly dumpster fire that was the 2017 Oakland Raiders season, drastic measures had to be taken to clean up what was a toxic mess thanks to locker room problems and a serious regression by key players. Only days after head coach Jack Del Rio was shown the door, it is being reported that former Raiders coach turned Monday ...

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Unbeaten Central Florida Declares Itself NCAA Football Champions

It may be news to the two teams who will sock it out for the hardware in Monday’s NCAA college football championship game but a team that did not make it to Atlanta has crowned itself as the 2017 champs. The University of Central Florida Knights capped off a perfect 13-0 season by beating the Auburn Tigers in Monday’s Chick-Fil-A ...

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NFL Playoffs Are Here, Will Fan Boycott Continue?

Now that the most controversial and divisive NFL season in history is in the final stages, the league honchos have to be hoping that all will be forgotten and forgiven by fans who tuned out due to the national anthem protests now that the playoffs are here. The infusion of the politics of racial resentment into the once common ground ...

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National Anthem Protests, Toxic Locker Room Cost Raiders Coach Jack Del Rio His Job

With the end of every NFL season, there is a familiar ritual as underachieving coaches quickly find their heads being chopped off as their teams have failed to make progress. 2017 is no different although it has been a controversial and tumultuous season when many coaches had to deal with the huge distraction of race-obsessed militants poisoning their locker rooms, ...

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NHL’s Tampa Bay Lighting Continue to Roll as Goalie Vasilevskiy Gets Sixth Shutout

The National Hockey League season is just about at the halfway mark and the Tampa Bay Lightning continue their early run of dominance. The Lightning is looking to rebound from a massively disappointing season last year – many picked them to challenge for the Stanley Cup – when they missed the playoffs altogether. There were many reasons why the Bolts ...

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NFL Playoff Field Set, Wild Card Games Kick Off This Weekend

It has been a trying and tumultuous National Football League season during which the tolerance of fans has been severely tested by controversial national anthem protests and the NFL’s lackadaisical response to the kneelers. For those who have been die-hard football fans like myself, this is a year to be forgotten because the NFL’s allowing of multimillionaire militants to throw ...

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Court: High School Football Player Not Required to Stand for Anthem

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A federal court in California has ruled in favor of an unnamed high school football player saying that the school district could not force him to stand for the playing of the national anthem. Liberals and other members of the cult of Colin Kaepernick will surely rejoice over the ruling even though it has little in common with the NFL ...

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College Football Championship goes all-SEC as Alabama to Meet Georgia for Title

The finalists for the 2017 NCAA football title have now been determined and fans of the Southeastern Conference couldn’t be happier. The Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs will face off next Monday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for all the marbles. Both teams had only one loss and the two each spent time atop the college football ...

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Dodgers Have No Plans to Kneel for Anthem During World Series

Major League Baseball is poised for a big jump in popularity thanks to the NFL’s ongoing descent into the morass of black-identity grievance mongering and left-wing politics. While the NFL’s ratings have been tanking and more people are showing up to stadiums on Sunday afternoons dressed as empty seats, baseball has capitalized on a thrilling postseason to set itself up ...

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Kaepernick’s Legal Team Wants All Cellphone and Text Communications from NFL Owners

The heroic leader of the NFL’s gaggle of oppressed millionaires who have destroyed the league with their racial-grievance politics  is looking to prove that owners colluded against hiring him as his collusion case begins to proceed. Legal representatives for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick are reportedly in the process of demanding that the cellphone and other electronic communications ...

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Cynical Democrats Bet the House on Black Voters to Retain Virginia Governorship

The Democratic party is looking to win the upcoming Virginia gubernatorial race by whipping black voters into a frenzy over fantastic conspiracies and demagoguery about events that went down in Charlottesville back in August. With longtime Clinton crime family capo Terry McAuliffe on his way out due to being term-limited, it is up to another term-limited race-baiter to make the ...

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Jimmy Carter Defends Trump from Media, Dismisses Russian Election Conspiracies

The one–two punch that former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama delivered against President Donald Trump on Thursday shows that regardless of political party, the swamp dwellers stick together. The media is also an integral part of that swamp and they all sang Bush’s praises, a stark departure of the treatment that he received in office. These days, all ...

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