GQ magazine has named Colin Kaepernick as its “Citizen of the Year.”
As the NFL season wears on and several top quarterbacks begin to drop, one name remains firmly fixed atop the free-agent list — Colin Kaepernick.
A bunch of NFL owners, most of them white men, have decided that the black men who play for them have done enough protesting.
Jason La Canfora said in a series of tweets Sunday that he was relaying previous reporting and didn’t ask when he spoke with Colin Kaepernick.
“I don’t know how the narrative shifted, but it has shifted in such a way that the Right is winning right now,” Grambling’s Richard Gallot Jr.
Surrounded by bodyguards all his life, Trump has no idea what can go wrong when one blowhard confronts somebody even crazier.
It would seem downright reckless to tamper with football — the one cultural touchstone that unites us, however tenuously.
Two unidentified cops became willing participants in an act of civil disobedience and broke a rule for what they saw as a larger good.
Politicians should not decide what medical services someone can access simply because of the source of her insurance.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger on Tuesday threw his support behind the two uniformed Chicago Police officers who face reprimand for an Instagram post.
Once again, millions of Americans, beginning with the president, are confusing dissent with disloyalty.
The football players showed the real patriotism that the flag truly represents.
The pose became controversial last fall, when NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick chose last season to kneel during the national anthem.
The president also used his favorite social media platform to point to fans who booed players who knelt during Sunday’s NFL games.
Black Americans who dared speak out about racial injustice were lynched, fired from jobs and their homes were bombed.