And the hits just keep coming from partisan educators. Last night, Sean Hannity spoke with two students & basketball players from Highland Park High School in Chicago, the school which canceled the basketball team’s highly anticipated trip to Arizona (the team made it to conference championships for the first time in 26 years) in protest [...]
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How come diversity-driven administrators allow sports, the most visible part of a college, to be the least diverse and least inclusive?
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