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Opinion / Religion - February 26, 2024
Part 1: For the first time in 63 years, its whole life, the franchise now known as the Texas Rangers won the World Series. A team called the Senators escaping the clutches of DC in 1972. A team that lost 102 games in 2021 (the most losses ever so close to a championship) the first year they became the only MLB team not hosting an LGBTQIAmLegion-sanctioned pride night. The last holdouts standing against perversion celebration were both in Texas, and when the Astros debuted theirs in 2021, they scheduled it when the Rangers were visiting Houston. But this in your face move didn’t work. The Rangers chose not to buckle under or bend over forward, one might appropriately say. That’s right. Too bad this elephant in the room “coincidence” isn’t more noticed. Perhaps by those able to see, but certainly refused to be seen by those most needing to see what they are doing.
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