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  • SKIN COLOR AND SPORTS: IT’S NOT 1947 ANYMORE

    Posted on February 22, 2018 Larry Elder

    ESPN recently re-aired a three-part documentary about the long rivalry between two storied NBA basketball teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics, and their two marquee players, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, respectively. After another devastating Laker loss, this time in the 1984 finals, Laker star Magic Johnson said he felt so disappointed, […]

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  • SKIN COLOR AND SPORTS: IT’S NOT 1947 ANYMORE

    Posted on February 22, 2018 Larry Elder

    ESPN recently re-aired a three-part documentary about the long rivalry between two storied NBA basketball teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics, and their two marquee players, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, respectively. After another devastating Laker loss, this time in the 1984 finals, Laker star Magic Johnson said he felt so disappointed, […]

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  • Privatize Trump’s Patriotic Parade

    Posted on February 20, 2018 Michael Medved

    Angry arguments greeted the President’s proposal for a grand parade celebrating America’s military might, but the administration could still turn the controversy into a big win. Justification for the parade involves rallying public enthusiasm for our unmatched military, while the argument against it cites a waste of money at a time of swelling deficits. But […]

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  • Black Panther’s Misleading Utopia

    Posted on February 20, 2018 Michael Medved

    BLACK PANTHER has made movie history as the first smash hit about a black superhero. But even as international audiences savor this splashy entertainment, it’s worth noting some necessary reservations. The dialogue is full of clunky clichés, the plot is convoluted, the lavish sets and costumes look tacky and sometimes tawdry, and the special effects […]

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