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NFL Tries to Strong-Arm Texas Over Privacy Bill

Texas was warned by the NFL that if it passes its bill prohibiting biological boys from using girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms (and vice versa) that Texas may not be considered for future Super Bowls.

But Texas Gov. Greg Abbott fired back that the “NFL is walking on thin ice” and that they should “get the heck out of politics.” ADF’s Senior Web Writer Marissa Mayer points out the hypocrisy of this latest news: “[C]ommonsense separation of the sexes sure seems to be an NFL value. After all, you don’t see NFL players and cheerleaders sharing locker rooms and showers do you?”

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Super Bowl Ads Go Political

If you watched this year’s Super Bowl commercials, you probably noticed the political assault from some of America’s favorite brands. At a heavy price tag of $5 million, Google, Coca-Cola, 84 Lumber, Budweiser, and Airbnb chose to make a sharp political left turn with ad messages highlighting LGBT rights, bashing Trump’s immigration ideas, and spewing other liberal agendas. Taking this kind of risk with customers didn’t fare well, according to FOX News, which reported that many of these ads got a thumbs down on the YouTube versions. “If CEOs want to enter the culture wars, that’s their prerogative. But they shouldn’t be surprised when shoppers settle the score,” FRC President Tony Perkins commented.

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