The Bigger Reason Washington State Fired Its Vaccine-Refusing Football Coach

The truism that tough times reveal the truth about people has always had holes in it, and it’s been especially flimsy during the pandemic. If someone gets sick with the coronavirus, or loses their job or a loved one to it, that doesn’t reveal much about them. If they find the relentlessness of this period in history to be so overwhelming that they don’t function well, that doesn’t tell us much about their character, either.
But the pandemic has revealed something about one particular kind of person: college football coaches.

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The Bigger Reason Washington State Fired Its Vaccine-Refusing Football Coach

The truism that tough times reveal the truth about people has always had holes in it, and it’s been especially flimsy during the pandemic. If someone gets sick with the coronavirus, or loses their job or a loved one to it, that doesn’t reveal much about them. If they find the relentlessness of this period in history to be so overwhelming that they don’t function well, that doesn’t tell us much about their character, either.
But the pandemic has revealed something about one particular kind of person: college football coaches.

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Op-Ed: Why didn’t I learn about disordered eating? My schools failed me

I first heard the term “hypothalamic amenorrhea” — a condition in which people stop menstruating from excessive exercise, stress, weight loss, or a combination of these factors — from my pediatrician in February.
I’d missed periods for over a year and dropped 15 pounds since my last physical. But until my pediatrician’s diagnosis, I saw nothing wrong with doing two hours of high-intensity interval training on top of 3-mile runs daily. Perpetually cold and tired, I thought I was in the best shape of my life.

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Op-Ed: Why didn’t I learn about disordered eating? My schools failed me

I first heard the term “hypothalamic amenorrhea” — a condition in which people stop menstruating from excessive exercise, stress, weight loss, or a combination of these factors — from my pediatrician in February.
I’d missed periods for over a year and dropped 15 pounds since my last physical. But until my pediatrician’s diagnosis, I saw nothing wrong with doing two hours of high-intensity interval training on top of 3-mile runs daily. Perpetually cold and tired, I thought I was in the best shape of my life.

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Tucker Carlson: ‘Let’s go Brandon’ chants are demonstrations of pro-Biden unity

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!
If you’ve been paying attention for the past few years and if you’re watching this show, we hope you are, there has likely been a moment when you realized that reality is not quite what you thought it was. A lot of the things you assumed were true, in fact, are not true. They are instead a mirage. They’re a web of purpose-built myths designed to deceive rather than inform you. You can’t really trust your senses anymore. Your eyes will lie to you.

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Star ESPN Reporter Adam Schefter Has History of Sketchy, Unethical Behavior

The 650,000 emails unearthed as part of an NFL investigation into the toxic and misogynistic culture established by infamous NFL owner is proving to be the rancid gift that keeps on giving—a rare window into how the men at the top of the football food chain behave when they think no one is watching. First came the Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, who was revealed to have fired off messages peppered with all manner of bigotry. Now, we’re also getting a glimpse at what’s required in order for a preeminent reporter to score his prized scoops.

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The Biggest Thing Court Watchers Are Getting Wrong About SCOTUS

On a recent episode of Amicus, Dahlia Lithwick spoke with professor Lee Epstein, who studies judicial behavior using empirical legal research, about the perceived hyperpartisanship on display at the Supreme Court last term. They dig into the data to better understand what’s really going on at the court and why our prevailing narratives might be flawed. A portion of their conversation, which has been edited and condensed for a clarity, is transcribed below.

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The Biggest Thing Court Watchers Are Getting Wrong About SCOTUS

On a recent episode of Amicus, Dahlia Lithwick spoke with professor Lee Epstein, who studies judicial behavior using empirical legal research, about the perceived hyperpartisanship on display at the Supreme Court last term. They dig into the data to better understand what’s really going on at the court and why our prevailing narratives might be flawed. A portion of their conversation, which has been edited and condensed for a clarity, is transcribed below.

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How Government Devastated Minor League Baseball

It’s family Sunday FunDay here at Coney Island’s Maimonides Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones. For the low price of $18, enjoy the up-close views of future New York Mets stars and between-innings fan contests involving potato sacks. If the kids don’t wilt in the mid-July swelter, they can run the bases on the field after the game. It’s minor league baseball at its corny, affordable best.
Seven miles away as the seagull flies over the mouth of New York Harbor, the scene at Richmond County Bank Ballpark is considerably bleaker.

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Beer brand celebrates female athletes by promoting men in women’s sports

Where would we be as a country if ads for light beer were not promoting gender equality by partnering with a man who won track championships competing against women?
Thankfully, Michelob ULTRA is willing to fill that void. The light beer brand of Anheuser-Busch launched a new ad campaign in August urging viewers to boost the visibility of women’s sports highlights on social media. As a recent fawning piece in Forbes details, one athlete chosen for the campaign is sprinter CeCe Telfer.

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