Category: Sports

Wildwood will continue playing Kate Smith on the Boardwalk

WILDWOOD, N.J. – One of New Jersey’s legendary beach resorts will continue to play Kate Smith’s legendary rendition of ‘God Bless America’ every morning on the Boardwalk. On Monday, Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano told 1210 WPHT’s Dom Giordano that his Read More

Op-Ed: “This is Kate Smith. Miss Smith is America.’’

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — One of my earliest recollections is the sound of Kate Smith’s voice. Her late afternoon TV program, The Kate Smith Hour, was a daily ritual in our house while Read More

Yankees, Flyers can Kate Smith over 80-year-old racist songs

NEW YORK, NY — Two regional professional sports teams have severed ties with the legacy of the late legendary American vocalist Kate Smith. The rediscovery of songs including “Pickaninny Heaven” in which Smith sang of “colored children” and “great big Read More

ROONEY: Navratilova right to criticize transgender sports experiments

By The Staff _ Legendary tennis star Martina Navratilova also happens to be a lesbian. As such, she’s been considered an early heroine of the ‘gay rights’ movement. Until now. _ Navratilova has been bounced out of an LGBTQ organization Read More

Tammy Murphy needs a favor: will you please house one of her hubby’s Sky Blue players?

By Matt Rooney _ I’m going to assume that MOST people reading this are aware of the drama surrounding Phil Murphy’s beleaguered Sky Blue soccer team and the horrendous athlete living conditions (including plastic bags on windows?!?!) which have made Read More

ROONEY: Nike gives up on greatness brand, celebrates Kaepernick “for being terrible at his job”

TRENTON, NJ — Was Nike’s decision to back the America-hating Colin Kaepernick as its new poster boy good business?  Save Jersey‘s Matt Rooney joined the Chasing News A+ panel on Tuesday and predicted that Nike would eventually suffer for its decision. “At Read More

NJ PBA joins criticism of NFL’s “total disrespect of American Law Enforcement”

TRENTON, N.J. — Another rash of player protests to kick-off the 2018-2019 NFL season has leading law enforcement groups hopping mad.  On Monday, the New Jersey PBA retweeted the following National Association of Police Organizations letter addressed to notorious NFL Read More