Outkick The Coverage (Required Reading)

[Note: I don’t often assign required reading — this may be the first time — but it is critical that all Lanny H Golf readers learn about this ongoing situation at USC.]

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You people know this sports reporter Clay Travis?

After NPR’s overnight classical music ended, I could not find anything worthwhile on the radio this morning.  Every station was All-Trump-Bashing-All-The-Time.  (What the hell is wrong with these people?)  So I started searching for a new station.  I chanced upon Clay Travis discussing this article he just wrote.  It’s jaw-dropping stuff, showing the pendulum has swung way the hell too far in the direction of bitter, shameless, clueless idiots who see victimhood everywhere even when the “victim” insists there is none.

Lest you think Travis is some kind of kook, here’s a verifying article from the USC newspaper.  I hate to validate the patois of the political right, but these Social Justice Warriors have gotten out of hand and become extremely destructive to our society.

After mulling over the USC situation, I took a look around Travis’s website and found some other interesting stuff, like this Mailbag column, and this piece on ESPN’s rating woes.  Not sure if he has written about golf, but I hope so.  I intend to peruse his website more closely after I post this.

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5 Responses to Outkick The Coverage (Required Reading)

    • lannyh says:

      I just started reading it, quickly glancing over it, but I already do love it! It’s 3000 words, so it’ll take a little commitment of time, but I’m definitely going to read it.

    • lannyh says:

      Not sure if he covers it or not, but this is closely related to the women and “STEM” narrative. Not as many women as men have technical jobs (generally decent-paying jobs), therefore, one can only conclude, the cause is sexism. It couldn’t possibly be genetic. Because while genes affect body size and shape, and vulnerability to specific disease, and the ability to bear children, it is preposterous that genes could affect the brain in any way, shape, or form.

      The idea being pushed is not that everyone is equal in the eyes of the law and deserving of fair treatment, but rather that everyone is absolutely identical. The only difference is that some have been messed up by the Evil Other People. (cough, cough, white men, cough, cough)

      Which is why Lebron James is an NBA star and I’m not. It’s nothing to do with innate talent. If only I had had the money to go to basketball camps, and if only the mean basketball coaches hadn’t rolled their eyes at my beginners clumsiness, and if only…

    • lannyh says:

      I don’t think “love” is a strong enough word for how I feel about that article. That’s the kind of column I dream about writing while reading an idiotic, biased piece like Brennan’s. A logical, point-by-point refutation.

  1. Speedy says:

    Required reading is Huffington Post, The Hill, Politico.

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