Hannah Storm finally asks the questions NO ONE has been asking, and by no one, I mean EVERYONE…

This is freaking pathetic pandering…

On Sunday’s edition of SportsCenter, ESPN host Hannah Storm spoke for parents, football fans, and sports commentators around the country. The release of the Ray Rice tape has brought the issue of domestic violence to the public’s full attention, and the mother of three girls said she spent the majority of the previous week answering “seemingly impossible questions” from her daughters, which she tearfully recounts. NPR reports:

“Mom, why did he do that? Why isn’t he in jail? Why didn’t he get fired?” “And yesterday: ‘Why don’t they even have control of their own players?’”

Storm’s daughters’ questions bring to light the league’s inconsistent track record of disciplining its players for violence and abuse.

Video of this riveting journalism here…

WTF is this garbage, this is all people are asking. Repeatedly.

Storm asks the question that we’ve all been wanting to ask. After all this, “What exactly does the NFL stand for?”

Yes, this hasn’t come up at all.

Thank you, ESPN and Hannah Storm.

The Dale Jackson Show (WVNN) podcast – 09-15-14

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Russell Pearce 2016!


This guy

The recalled Arizona senate president who proposed the state’s controversial anti-immigration law said he could fix public assistance programs by forcibly sterilizing women who receive aid and by requiring drug tests for all recipients.

“You put me in charge of Medicaid, the first thing I’d do is get Norplant, birth-control implants, or tubal ligations,” said Russell Pearce on his weekly talk radio program. Then we’ll test recipients for drugs and alcohol, and if you want to [reproduce] or use drugs or alcohol, then get a job.”

He suggested drastic cuts to food assistance for needy families, reported Phoenix New Times, and he urged strict limits items that could be purchased what little help was available.

“No cash for Ding Dongs and Ho Hos, you’d only get money for 15-pound bags of rice and beans, blocks of cheese and powdered milk – all the powdered milk you can haul away,” Pearce said. “If you want a steak or frozen pizza, then you’d have to get a job.”

He also suggested Spartan accommodations and strict rules for anyone who received government housing assistance.

“Ever live in a military barracks?” he said. “You’ll maintain your property in a clean, good state of repair, and your home will be subjected to an inspection at any time, possessions will be inventoried. If you want a plasma TV or an X-Box 360, then get a job.”

Love it. Love everything about.

The Dale Jackson Show (WVNN) podcast – 09-12-14

The Dale Jackson Show (WVNN) podcast – 09-11-14

George W. Bush’s Address to the Nation on 9/11


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