Malcolm Young, the rhythm guitarist and guiding force behind the bawdy hard rock band AC/DC who helped create such head-banging anthems as "Highway to Hell," "Hells Bells" and "Back in Black," has died. He was 64.
A country singer whose name no one needs to know has released a song about the NFL #TakeAKnee protests. It's called "Take A Knee, My Ass (I Won't Take a Knee)."
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New country music song titled “Take a Knee, My Ass (I Won’t Take a Knee)” takes aim at those who kneel during the National Anthemhttps://t.co/iMdT3L5fxx pic.twitter.com/LfiYjFyKUW
— NBC4 Columbus (@nbc4i) November 17, 2017
The singer expresses how he just can't understand why anyone would have any problems with ...more
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green spoke at Harvard on Thursday and addressed a number of issues, including whether the NBA should eliminate the word "owner," Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and President Donald Trump.
"I understand the difference between owning equity," he said, per Mark Medina of the Mercury News. "One particular owner (Mark Cuban) said I didn't understand equity. I understand owning a trademark and owning a business."
Medina noted Green said "that's different than owning a group of people."
Medina shared more of Green's comments: "When you look at Mark Cub...more
"Better ingredients, better pizza, and also Nazis – we do not like them."
Sure, that's a paraphrase, but Papa John's wants the world to know that the company doesn't approve of Adolf Hitler and his ilk. This notice comes to you after Father John's founder, John Schnatter, recently told investors that NFL protests have hurt his company's sales.
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Papa John's is a sponsor of the NFL, and Schnatter believes that players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racism and police brutality have led to fewer p...more