MEDIOCRITY AND HYPOCRISY

MEDIOCRITY AND HYPOCRISY Gary Norris Gray-BASN Staff Reporter The National Football League turned the corner of game seven of the 2021 season and very little has changed. There has been a slight movement from 9 Black starting quarterbacks to 11. This number will fluctuate from week to week as these young men continue proving that […]

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BASEBALL CHEATING AGAIN

By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Major League Baseball just can’t get this right from the 1919 Chicago White Sox World Series scandal to New York Yankee pitcher Gerrit Cole putting a foreign substance on the baseball on the mound, cheating has always been a part of this game. To add insult to injury they […]

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AMERICA KEEPS CONDONING

AMERICA KEEPS CONDONING Gary Norris Gray-Staff Reporter The United States of America is in deep trouble and it does not or will not recognize its own problem. On January 6th a group of Americans stormed the Capitol Building only 250 were arrested, one shot fired, and five deaths. This is called an insurrection. The Capitol […]

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LAST TRAIN TO JACKSONVILLE

By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – In – Chief BASN NEWSROOM PHILADELPHIA (www.basnnewsroom.com) One thing about White Supremacy: you can have every advantage afforded you, yet still be a royal fuck – up and a loser. “Picked off ‘third base,’” so to speak (our former President is a great example) Are You Lonely For […]

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BLACK FIELD GENERALS

BLACK FIELD GENERALS- Gary Norris Gray-Staff Reporter Even with Black quarterbacks Doug Williams (1988), Russell Wilson (2014), and Patrick Mahomes (2019) already having won three Super Bowls, and others playing in eight, as the National Football League approaches its 100th anniversary with Black quarterbacks still having to prove they belong on the field. From Fritz […]

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Another title for Osaka

By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter NEW YORK — The cream usually rises to the top. And it did Saturday at Flushing Meadows. Naomi Osaka overcame a blistering start by Victoria Azarenka to defeat the 2-time Grand Slam champion 1-6, 6-3, 6-3. Not since 1995 had a US Open Champion come back from an opening set deficit. It was […]

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