The great Jewish rabbi and theologian Abrah...
Colin Kaepernick deserves our support and admiration. It is now common knowledge that the San Francisco 49ers quarterback chose not to stand during th...
My father always taught me not to stay idle to abuses and I believe that all the media hype and social media criticism of Kaepernick actions makes it appear as if he is alone. Well guess what, he's not.
If Kapernick's version of America threatens that of those that believe in America's grandeur, then which one is correct? The answer: Both.
San Francisco had dealt with so much negativity since last season and wanted to come out strong to shut up their naysayers.
The Convention supports Kaepernick for his refusal to stand for injustice in this nation. His call comes at a critical time, with the Presidential Election just two months away. Moreover, with Republican nominee Donald Trump flirting with the White House, it is important now more than ever to remind voters of the GOP's continued suppression of African American voting rights.
Colin Kaepernick needs to grow up and start showing respect to the men and women in uniform who protect him and his freedom. President Obama needs to stay out of it and go about his business as President of The United States.
Trump, instead of embracing Kaepernick's protest as support for his own idea of "Make America Great Again," missed the pivot and instead proclaimed the country's greatness when he challenged Kaepernick to find a place that will work better.
I've seen a lot of people posting about this quarterback who refused to stand during the national anthem as a gesture of political protest. One strain...
If we're more troubled by Kaepernick sitting in quiet protest than we are about police brutality against African-Americans, it's high time for some personal reflection of our own.
Colin Kaepernick simply spoke of his disappointment in a country that is better than what we at times exhibit. He said what you and I know -- that we can and must do better. It is a courageous act to speak truth to power.
Colin Kaepernick's decision to not stand up for the playing of the national anthem is more courageous and patriotic than anything 99% of his critics h...
The NFL released their list of finalists for the Hall of Fame just a few days ago. Expected names such as Brett Favre and Kurt Warner are on it, along with running back Terrell Davis. Once again, Roger Craig did not make the cut.
The 49ers' offseason after the 2014 season was perhaps the most brutal a team has experienced in recent memory. Let's review some of the lows (painful though it may be).
I am not naive enough to think that new words can be spoken like magical incantations to suddenly change the culture and mentality that has long defined the NFL. However, old words will certainly guarantee the status quo.