Saturday, April 13, 2024

Tag: Super Bowl

Why Damar Hamlin didn’t die for our sins

I’ve wondered if that specter of sudden death could become a turning point in the history of what’s arguably America’s most popular and perilous pastime.

A Super Bowl musing: Can pro sports be more than a...

A cyber-savvy deep pocket is claiming he has the key to ‘democratizing’ our sporting landscape

With the Super Bowl around the corner, NFL money blitzes Washington

A massive, culturally significant business can’t afford to stay on the sidelines of American politics and rather than waiting on a Hail Mary pass, the NFL takes control of their fate through lobbying and its PAC.

Does the Super Bowl feel too political? Thank American militarism.

Make no mistake – even “non-political” celebrations of veterans are deliberately political.

Watch the unedited version of “Trump’s wall” Super Bowl ad that...

According to the building supplies business, the intent was to illustrate the company’s commitment to the great American tradition of immigration – not make an overt political statement.

San Francisco Clears Out Homeless Ahead Of The Super Bowl

Millions of fans will descend on the city, but the homeless have been moved elsewhere.

Super Bowl Sickness

Is the Super Bowl just an overhyped, overpriced spectacle that makes America look stupid in the eyes of the rest of the world? Here are six reasons why Thomas Magstadt thinks it's "enough to make an otherwise healthy person sick."

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FAA Reauthorization Act’s stealth attack on student loan forgiveness

Inside the bill lies a clause that could effectively pilot a broader campaign against the cancellation of student debts, starting with those incurred for flight training and education.

The break-up?

Are the United States and Israel no longer friends?
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Is it inflation? Or is it ‘greedflation?’

Inflation is dropping, but prices aren’t coming down. So how can this be?

Billionaire fortunes double in wake of Trump’s tax cuts

The report sheds light on the private equity sector, often criticized as "vulture capitalism," revealing that 45 private-equity billionaires alone have amassed a collective wealth of $210.8 billion.

There is only one spaceship Earth

This is how to free the world of genocide and ecocide.