If you were wondering what Terry Bradshaw knows about Pac-12 football, Saturday morning will be your opportunity to find out. The Fox Sports’ “Big Noon Kickoff” college… Read more »
Day: November 5, 2020
President Donald Trump is convinced shenanigans were involved in the vote counting process in multiple states and his legal team, including his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, has… Read more »
He won another NBA title and he’s, uh, probably financially secure. But LeBron James doesn’t get everything he wants. James had hoped for a longer offseason, but… Read more »
While the Nebraska Cornhuskers are known as the “Big Red,” it was Joe Biden who managed to put a little blue into the Cornhusker state on Tuesday…. Read more »
“You Never Mentioned You Liked Trump On Your Tinder Profile!” Lil Wayne’s Girlfriend Dumps Him For Supporting The Prez.
A week after expressing his support for Donald Trump, Lil Wayne is now apparently looking for love. Rumors of the 38-year-old rapper’s split from model Denise Bidot… Read more »
With so much attention on the election and tensions riding high, the Detroit ballot-tabulation process was in the eye of the storm on Wednesday as windows to… Read more »
What A Riot! Another Night, Another Uprising Of Violence And Troubling Images From Portland, NYC, MPLS And Other Cities.
Rioting, violence and attacks on police continued around the country and actually increased after a relatively quiet Election Night. New York City and Portland, Ore., were two… Read more »
Dems Want To Shut Down “The Tweeter Of The Free World”! Some Of President Trump’s Posts Come With Disclaimers.
Several Democrats lawmakers are taking offense to President Donald Trump’s tweets and are now calling on to suspend his account until all ballots have been counted…. Read more »
There is very little joy in the U.K. lockdown that started Thursday, except that it made for a heck of a Wednesday in the British pubs. On… Read more »
The cracks are starting to form in the foundation of Nancy Pelosi’s desire to maintain her role as Speaker of the House. Heading into Election Day, the… Read more »
Fool us once, shame on you, presidential polls. Fool us twice, what the heck is wrong with you, pollsters? Americans can’t take fault in being fooled by… Read more »