Mark Levin: Caitlyn Jenner ESPY Award RIDICULOUS

Syndicated radio show host Mark Levin has spoken out against ESPN’s decision to give Caitlyn Jenner the Arthur Ashe Courage Award calling it “ridiculous”.

The award will be presented to Jenner during the The ESPYs on Wednesday night.

Mark Levin 5

Levin’s transcript: “The president tweeted out, or made a statement today that he thinks Caitlyn Jenner, for god sakes, he thinks she has courage. Continue reading


You know the commercial, “Do you have uncontrollable urges?” It’s safe to say that NBC sports announcer, Bob Costas does..


Costas asked his broadcasting partner John Smoltz, “How are your play-by-play skills?”

“They’re not bad,” Smoltz replied.

“Good. Take over for a while,” Costas said, before quickly bolting out of the broadcast booth mid-inning.

Continue reading

Bob Costas Olympic Pink Eye Really From BOTCHED BOTOX

Bob Costas did NOT have pink eye during the Sochi Olympic games! He got got his infamous eye irritation compliments a botched Botox session, reports Page Six.ku-xlarge.jpg

NBC’s prime-time Olympics host, who had to take a six-day absence after coming down with viral conjunctivitis in both eyes, contracted the infection after a Botox procedure to smooth out wrinkles prior to the Olympics. Our source said, “Bob’s eye infection was due to botched Botox. This isn’t the first time he’s had it.”
Continue reading

Bob Costas Backtracking On O’Reilly Factor After Glorifying Putin

Bill O’Reilly invited Bob Costas on the Monday night edition of O’Reilly Factor to let him try and defend his gushing coverage of Vladimir Putin and Russia during the Sochi Olympics.


Costas dismissed the whole thing as a “non-issue” and a “flimsy pretext for a controversy.” He said that he was “repeatedly” critical of Putin’s regime and human rights record on a number of occasions during the Olympics, only no one remember that.. BUT we do remember this bit! Continue reading

Bob Costas On GUN Control?

You would expect NFL’s Bob Costas to say something about the tragic murder suicide committed by Jovan Belcher from the Kansas City Chiefs – but – Bob took it a little too far going on a total rant about gun control. Look, whether you believe there should be stronger gun laws or not, there’s a time and place for that discussion and football is not that time…

Here is a transcript of everything Bob said…

BOB COSTAS: Well, you knew it was coming. In the aftermath of the nearly unfathomable events in Kansas City, that most mindless of sports clichés was heard yet again: Something like this really puts it all in perspective. Well, if so, that sort of perspective has a very short shelf-life since we will inevitably hear about the perspective we have supposedly again regained the next time ugly reality intrudes upon our games. Please, those who need tragedies to continually recalibrate their sense of proportion about sports would seem to have little hope of ever truly achieving perspective. You want some actual perspective on this? Well, a bit of it comes from the Kansas City-based writer Jason Whitlock with whom I do not always agree, but who today said it so well that we may as well just quote or paraphrase from the end of his article.

“Our current gun culture,”Whitlock wrote, “ensures that more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy and that more convenience-store confrontations over loud music coming from a car will leave more teenage boys bloodied and dead.”

“Handguns do not enhance our safety. They exacerbate our flaws, tempt us to escalate arguments, and bait us into embracing confrontation rather than avoiding it. In the coming days, Jovan Belcher’s actions, and their possible connection to football will be analyzed. Who knows?”

“But here,” wrote Jason Whitlock,” is what I believe. If Jovan Belcher didn’t possess a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today.”

Banks Of Empty Seats At Sold-Out Olympics Prompts Investigation

Despite Olympics tickets being sold out, NBC cameras revealed tons of empty seats at the swimming, dressage, volleyball and tennis events and that has left many potential ticket holders seeing red…

At one point, a NBC Commentator, Bob Costas said that the unfilled seats were simply members of the public who were unable attend because of long queues and transport problems, a cruel fact that essentially left many ticket holders unable to get to their seats in times to watch the events. Others believe a more sinister corporate controversy is responsible.

Many pissed-off, empty-handed folks took to Twitter to express their outrage over the empty seats, one angry commenter put it this way, “Can anyone explain why there are lots of empty seats? Tried repeatedly to get tickets without success.”

Today an investigation has been launched by Olympics organizers, “Locog,” after huge banks of empty seats were painfully evident in many sporting venues on the prestigious opening day of the Games.

A spokesperson for Locog said: “We are aware that some venues have empty seats this morning. We believe the empty seats are in accredited seating areas, and we are in the process of finding out who should have been in the seats and why they weren’t there.”

Word on the street is an unknown number of seats were issued to corporate sponsors — Olympic officials and VIP guests who either didn’t bother to show up — or — got stuck in traffic — ending up too late for entry in the events.