Following the loosening of the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) mask guidelines earlier this week in which fully vaccinated people “no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting” unless required by specific regulations, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley took to Twitter to voice
In her 2007 book “Shock Doctrine,” Canadian author Naomi Klein writes about how wealthy nations and corporations exploit the aftermath of natural, political or economic disasters to implement radical, right-wing proposals that generate profit for a select elite. Klein cites events like the overhaul of the Chilean economy in 1973
When it comes to college baseball, having a Friday night ace on your pitching staff for a three-game weekend series is critical in setting the tone. For top-ranked Vanderbilt University, pitchers Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter have established themselves as the strongest one-two punch in college baseball this season. In
Over the past few months, unions have been a hot topic of discussion throughout the United States. After news broke of Amazon workers in Alabama attempting to unionize, President Joe Biden affirmed his support for them. “There should be no intimidation, no coercion, no threats, no anti-union propaganda. No supervisor
It’s almost impressive how an organization as brazenly and institutionally corrupt as the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) continues to outdo itself. Since the 1990s, it has been an open secret that the governing body of the world’s most popular sport is beholden to powerful, monied interests.
The brackets for the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments were finalized by their selection committees on March 14 and March 15, respectively. The single-elimination tournaments — colloquially known as “March Madness,” a testament to the high-energy play and surrounding media frenzy — whittle down the field