Kiat Lim, cyber-savvy son of Singapore billionaire Peter Lim, is claiming he has the key to ‘democratizing’ our sporting landscape.
A perverse loophole allows owners of profitable teams — and their heirs — to lower their tax bills by claiming huge paper losses.
Billionaires Win, We Lose
NFL owners and even some fans might want to simply watch their teams compete and forget about the world’s problems. Right now, that’s just not possible.
The owners of sports teams make billions off low-wage stadium workers. With games suspended, those workers deserve help.
The NFL strives to keep politics out of football ahead of the Super Bowl, except for when it comes from billionaire owners.
Fed-up sports fans are stirring, and progressive politicians worldwide are beginning to take notice.
Maybe you didn’t notice before Colin Kaepernick took a knee, but the NFL has been deeply politicized for years.
The company has made millions off Colin Kaepernick’s message. That money should go right back to the cause that message supports.
NFL owners have banded together against Trump’s divisive comments, but will they put their money where their mouth is?
With all the NFL scandals from this past season, the one that has received the least attention is the easiest to solve: the league’s tax-exempt status.
Not Just A Game; People, Politics, and American Sports, the powerful new documentary based on Dave Zirin’s bestselling book A People’s History of Sports, argues that far from providing merely escapist entertainment, American sports have long need at the center of some of major political debates and struggles of our time. The result is as deeply moving as it is exhilarating: nothing less than an alternative history of political struggle in the United States as seen through the games its people have played.