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Cardinals’ Albert Pujols, who grew up in Kansas City, becomes fourth player to reach 700-homerun milestone

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Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals this weekend became just the fourth player in history to hit 700 career homeruns. The outspoken Christian attended Fort Osage High School and Maple Woods ...

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University of Oregon apologizes for anti-Mormon chants while mainstream media ignore story

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Leaders at the University of Oregon have apologized for anti-Mormon chants during a game against Brigham Young University on Saturday. Utah Gov. Spencer Cox shared a video of fans chanting on his ...

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White house defends response on vaccine requirement for tennis star, not illegals

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The White House continues to defend its response to a reporter’s question involving vaccine requirements for sports stars but not for illegals. Although illegal immigrants are allowed to enter the United States ...

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Longtime broadcaster Vin Scully leaves legacy of baseball and faith

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The funeral for Vin Scully, the longtime voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, brought out memories of his deep faith. The broadcaster, known to millions of baseball fans, died in early August ...

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Judge halts Biden administration holding school food program hostage over transgender equity rules

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Attempts by the Biden administration to expand the definition of sex discrimination to include sexual orientation and gender identity have been blocked for now. The administration is threatening to withhold funding for ...

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House Democrats plan series of votes on variety of social issues this week

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Democratic leaders in the U.S. House plan to hold several votes this week to put members on the record about controversial issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage. They are even voting ...

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NFL chooses racist Ice Cube as ‘social justice’ spokesperson

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The face of the NFL’s newest social justice initiative is Ice Cube, a racist and anti-Semitic rapper who in his songs has called for violence against Asians and the murder of Jews. ...

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Kansas City named #1 city for work and play

Forget New York, LA or Vienna. Kansas City has been named the best city in the world to work during the day and explore in the evenings and on weekends. Notably, it ...

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Kansas City selected to host World Cup soccer matches in 2026

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The world is coming to Kansas City in four years. FIFA, the governing body of world soccer, announced the host cities for the 2026 World Cup on Thursday, with 11 U.S. cities, ...

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Faith helps drive Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors In NBA title quest

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It was back in January, when the NBA season was still young, that Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors had gotten off to a poor start. Curry, a three-time NBA champion, ...

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Former Royals pitcher refuses to wear team’s gay pride logo

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Jason Adam, a former pitcher for the Kansas City Royals, is taking a stand against political correctness during gay pride month. Several Tampa Bay Ray players refused to wear pride night logos ...

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Indiana legislature overrides veto of bill protecting women’s sports

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Biological males are now banned from women’s sports in Indiana after lawmakers overrode the governor’s veto of the legislation. Rep. Michelle Davis, sponsor of the bill, told fellow lawmakers ahead of the ...

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Subway pulls ad in face of growing boycott, store closures

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Fast-food chain Subway has quietly pulled advertisements featuring Megan Rapinoe in the face of a growing boycott. Rapinoe, who served as captain of the U.S. Women’s Soccer team at the Tokyo Olympics, ...

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Missouri House advances bill to allow local votes on protecting women’s sports

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Missouri residents are one step closer to being able to decide if biological male athletes can compete on K-12 girls’ sports teams. The Missouri House voted 89-40 in favor of adding Republican ...

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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly vetoes transgender sports ban, parental bill of rights

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Governor Laura Kelly continues to come under heat after she vetoed multiple bills last week, including the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” and a transgender sports ban, the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act. The Fairness ...

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“I’m trying to glorify God,” says Masters champion Scottie Scheffler

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Golfer Scottie Scheffler seemingly came out of nowhere this year to earn the No. 1 ranking in the world. On Sunday, he won the prestigious Masters tournament. In a news conference after ...

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Faith changed the lives of Kansas Jayhawks teammates

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Several Christian players played a role in the Kansas Jayhawks defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels to win the NCAA basketball national championship this week. For them, faith made a difference even ...

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Woke politics led Chiefs player to leave professional football

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Anthony Sherman, who played fullback on the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl championship team, said God let him know that it was time to leave the NFL. The league’s “woke” political activism ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Final Four

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And just like that, there were four. Yes, the Kansas Jayhawks made a return trip to the Final Four this year, the only #1 seed to do so.  They face Villanova. Here ...

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78-year-old Stan Cottrell strides through four decades of record-breaking runs

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Stan Cottrell, 78, may be the world’s best example of a person who can’t sit still. And now this Guinness World Record holder is working on a movie deal based on his ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – March Madness

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It’s that time of the year when we start preparing for March Madness and the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Selection Sunday is March 13th but there’s always a lot of speculation leading up ...

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This Muslim NBA player is holding sports industry accountable over China

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“I will bring the team toughness, post moves, rebounding, everything. I will try to do everything to make it to the playoffs,” a young Enes Kanter Freedom stated after becoming the third ...

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Rams and Bengals coaches, players: two stories of faith

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While the LA Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals in Sunday night’s Super Bowl, some players and coaches kept a faith over football perspective leading up to the game. Cincinnati Head Coach Zach ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Playoffs magic

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Mahomes magic is alive and well over in Kansas City. The Chiefs pulled out another victory from the jaws of defeat against the Buffalo Bills in the playoffs, setting up yet another ...

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Pressure grows for NBC to cancel broadcast of “genocide Olympics”

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Pressure is growing for NBC to drop its broadcast of the Beijing Winter Olympics scheduled to be broadcast in February. The demand comes as protests continue against China’s genocide campaign against ethnic ...

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