Former Vanderbilt and Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler Will Likely Retire From NFL, Join Fox Sports as Broadcaster

Cutler auditioned with FOX on Thursday, ESPN reported, citing sources. FOX is in need of a replacement for John Lynch after the latter became the San Francisco 49ers’ general manager earlier this offseason. The 34-year-old Cutler has not officially announced his retirement since being released by the Chicago Bears on…

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Crystal Gayle is Speaking Out Following Loretta Lynn’s Unexpected Stroke

Loretta Lynn’s sister, Crystal Gayle, is speaking out about the “Coal Miner’s Daughter’s” recent heartbreaking medical emergency. On May 5, Rare Country shared news that the 85-year-old country music legend was taken to a hospital in Nashville, Tennessee after suffering a stroke at her Hurricane Mills home on Thursday. RELATED:…

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California Sheriffs Slam ‘Sanctuary State’ Bill

Sheriff’s departments across the state of California are urging their communities to resist California Senate Bill 54, currently being debated the California Assembly. The bill, which passed the upper chamber in the state legislature in April, would turn the Sunshine State into the Sanctuary State. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department…

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Tim Tebow: ‘Getting Better Every Week’ With Columbia Fireflies in Class A Minor League Baseball

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow says he is “getting better every week” in his transition to a minor league baseball player for the New York Mets’ Class A affiliate. The 29-year-old Tebow continues to have ups and downs, hitting .231 with two home runs and nine RBIs through 22 games…

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Sugar: Are You ‘Experienced’? Or Just Plain Addicted?

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  Are you “experienced”? Have you ever been “experienced”? Well, I have… ~ Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced? According to the legendary rock star himself, the above song was not necessarily written about drugs, but about being at peace with yourself. That’s cool. But the song – with its revolutionary psychedelic effects—sounded…

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Teacher Bill Of Rights Passed Unanimously By State Legislature

  The Tennessee General Assembly has unanimously passed the Teacher Bill of Rights, which proponents hope is the just the beginning of efforts to give teachers more backing in state law. “We were pleased to help lead the effort in our state on behalf of educators and our members to…

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Commentary: Alinsky is Dead, But I Feel Pretty Good

I have often believed there is too much politics in public education, and that has hurt public education. Honestly I would resent having to support a political candidate because of a political label or designation, or an endorsement by an organization in which I was a member.

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Obama Intervenes in Other Nations’ Business, Again

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Former President Barack Obama is once again back in the public eye and once again interfering with other nation’s sovereign, democratic decisions. On Thursday, Obama released a video endorsing Emmanuel Macron, the center-left candidate in the French election supported by establishment globalist and corporate interests. “Because of how important this…

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Franklin Graham: ‘We Need to Protect Christians’ Here and Abroad

Christians who do not support the LGBT agenda in this country face persecution, evangelical leader Franklin Graham said this week. The head of the Billy Graham Evangelical Association and the humanitarian aid organization Samaritan’s Purse, Graham spoke on the radio program “Washington Watch” hosted by Family Research Council President Tony…

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