Daniel J. Flynn

Daniel J. Flynn, the author of The War on Football: Saving America’s Game, edits Breitbart Sports.

We’ve Seen This Movie Before

 

The film industry witnessed its worse year since the 1990s in 2017. Hollywood, during the advent of television to name but one fallow period, has seen this movie before. But because filmgoers similarly lament seeing this movie before, they stay home. The ninth installment of the “Star Wars” franchise captured the top spot at the […]

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Two Knockout Artists Square Off in Boston

 

Boston The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) open workouts for UFC 220 appropriately took place Wednesday in a warehouse repurposed as a gym. Across Drydock Avenue, Boston Ship Repair, Inc., works on transforming a massive, aging ship into a seafaring vessel fit for the 21st century. Within the Reebok gym, dozens of Pinkertons — here not […]

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Fanta Is Healthier Than Fascism

 

I’d like to buy the world a Coke. I would just rather shop for it in Sammamish than Seattle. Seattle’s 1.75-cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks went into effect earlier this month. That hangover after the sugar high appears in effect for the voters who elected the city council that elected to raise taxes […]

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Big Brother Bird Is Watching You

 

“If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever,” George Orwell offered in the first half of the 20th century. He did not foresee a bird wearing that boot in the new millennium. James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas team exposed the digital skullduggery of Twitter, an online […]

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Social Justice Satanists

 

They don’t make Satanists like they used to. Their sins once included backmasking messages onto vinyl, taking the role of D&D dungeon master too far, spray painting pentagrams and triple sixes under overpasses, and, when really wishing to affirm the faith, ritualistically murdering other teenagers or other teenagers’ parents, usually in Beavis’s America. The Los […]

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Boston Mayor: ‘Global Warming’ Responsible for Blizzard’s Destruction

 

On a day in which Boston got walloped with 13.5 inches of snow, Mayor Marty Walsh fingered a familiar suspect for the assault upon the city: global warming. Ignore the moon influencing the tides, the near-hurricane force winds, the foot-plus of snow, or the fact that because of massive land reclamation projects the Shawmut, once […]

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NFL Loses 10 Percent of TV Audience

 

The National Football League dropped almost 10 percent in the ratings during the 2017 regular season. Games averaged 14.9 million viewers this season versus 16.5 million last season. And in 2016, the NFL lost eight percent of its television viewers. Frank Pallotta writes at CNN, “A number of factors on and off the field this […]

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Mother Nature’s Harsh Global Warming Rebuttal

 

WORCESTER, Mass. A blizzard boasting blistering winds blitzed the Eastern seaboard this week with snow falling from Florida to Maine and every state in between. In the northeast, where the storm hit with its greatest intensity, 3,000 and counting lost power on Long Island, JFK, LaGuardia, and Logan airports canceled thousands of flights, and parking […]

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Report: FBI Cleared Clinton Long Before Ending Investigation

 

The Hill reports that the FBI believed Hillary Clinton and her aides broke laws despite the bureau director’s stated conclusion that investigators concluded she did not break laws. Then-FBI director James Comey announced in July of 2016 that the investigation into the inclusion of classified documents on Hillary Clinton’s private server yielded no evidence of […]

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Remember When Press Said Trump Victory Meant Stock Market Collapse?

 

After insisting that Donald Trump could not win the presidency, scribe-soothsayers predicted a collapse of the Dow if he did. Those in the business of stocks might characterize this as a hedging of bets, except that the two predictions offered no mutually exclusive components. Trump could win and the stock market could explode. Both happened. […]

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