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Is Rashard Mendenhall the John Lennon of the War on Terror?
In May, when the US announced it had killed Osama bin Laden, the Pittsburgh Steelers running back caused a stir with controversial tweets. The official response was harsh. The Steelers organization issued a rebuke. Champion pulled its endorsement deal. And … Continue reading
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