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P.C. and the NBA

After NBA journeyman Jason Collins announced "I'm black and I'm gay," can a sports reporter keep his job if he speaks of his Bible-based beliefs?
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NBC's Lauer Impatiently Wonders: 'What Is It Going to Take' for Gay Athletes to Come Out?

Leading a panel discussion on Tuesday's NBC Today about the possibility of a professional athlete coming out as gay, frustrated co-host Matt Lauer implored: "It's interesting that in 2013, with ...
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‘Glee’ on the Gridiron?

Sports, news journalists obsessed with homosexuality in athletics.  
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Backlash Continues After NYT's Vicious Attack on Olympic Hurdler Lolo Jones Days Before Her Events

A National Review writer reports on the backlash to a Times columnist's attack on U.S. Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, who is a public Christian, a virgin, and fan of the devout Tim Tebow: "As is so ...
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Days Before Her Event, 'Mean-Spirited' NYT Attack on Olympic Hurdler Lolo Jones as 'Vixen, Virgin, Victim'

Times sportswriter Jere Longman gets nasty: "Jones has received far greater publicity than any other American track and field athlete competing in the London Games. This was based not on ...
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Sports Media Launches Olympic-Sized Blitz from Left

Sportswriters advocate progressive Olympics, assault Republican politicians on air.
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Gumbel: ‘Whipping Up a Frenzy’ Over Imagined Slights ‘Is a Play Straight Out of a Far Right Handbook’

Catching up with Bryant Gumbel from a couple of weeks ago, on the April edition of his Real Sports show on HBO, the NBC News and CBS News veteran came to the defense of Miami Marlins ...

Now a Sports Reporter Gets Into Occupy Wall Street Act

A sportswriter goes political: "[LeBron] James sounded callous - a 1 percenter reminding the 99 percent that he was impervious to their taunts."

NFL Analysts: Tim Tebow Hated Because of His Faith

'Inside the NFL' highlights anti-Christian attacks on Broncos quarterback.

ESPN Turns from Sports to Gay-Marriage

From "Play of the Week" to contentious social issues.
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