Washington Redskins Respond to Team Name Revoke With Lawsuit Listing "Lewd" Patent Names

That's one way to make your case.


This Comedian Has a Brilliant Alternative to the Redskins Logo

Or brilliantly disturbing.

One Clever T-Shirt Takes a Familiar Racist Logo and Turns the Tables on White People

It's sparking a conversation we should all be having.

This Is the Most Important Commercial of the NBA Finals

It's a far cry from your typical Budweiser beer ad.


Washington Redskins Name Change: How Not to Make It Happen

There's a fine line between satire and reveling in offensiveness. Why not cross it?

This Die-Hard Sports Fan Thinks It's Time to Get Rid Of All Racist Team Names

Redskins. Braves. Indians. Chiefs. Even my hometown Celtics.

Obama Pushes a Redskins Name Change — While He Uses Tomahawk Missiles and Apache Helicopters

The "Redskins" name is outdated and arcane. But so is the mindset behind militarism and an aggressive foreign policy that makes use of Tomahawk missiles and Apache helicopters.

Washington Redskins Need a Name Change — Even Obama Thinks So

A derogatory nickname continues to be used by Washington, D.C.'s pro team. There is no majority number of Americans that should make that ok.

Washington Redskins Name Change is the Right Thing to Do

Cultural associations, Native Americans and avid supporters disapprove of the Washington Redskins's current moniker. This is why the team should change the moniker.

Weekly Culture Round Up: Everything You Should Have Read This Week

A whole lotta arts and entertainment-lovin'. Check out this week's top culture stories.

Redskins Name Change: Why It Needs to Happen

The term Redskins functions in a very similar fashion to other derogatory terms assigned to Blacks, Asians, Mexicans, Jews, and others, so it has no place in the football team's name.

Obama Pays Women 18% Less Than Men (Is a Fake Statistic)

If you think the Washington Free Beacon's method of comparing salaries is accurate, then you either failed 6th grade math or are feigning ignorance to peddle a weak story.