Ray Hacke

Ray Hacke is a graduate of the WJI Mid-Career Course.

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Built-in advantage

Transgenderism | NCAA hurdler shows how the Equality Act would undermine the very thing it claims to champion
by Ray Hacke
Posted 5/30/19, 02:17 pm

The NCAA crowned its first biologically male women’s track and field champion in late May. If Democrats in Congress have their way, it will become a far more frequent occurrence.

CeCe (formerly Craig) Telfer of New Hampshire’s Franklin Pierce University won the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships on May 25 in Kingsville, Texas. Telfer’s time of 57.53 seconds was more than a full second faster than that of his nearest competitor.

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Speech scrum

Sports | Rugby star risks career by espousing Biblical views
by Ray Hacke
Posted 4/25/19, 03:46 pm

Australian rugby star Israel Folau is to rugby what Michael Jordan once was to basketball. “Put simply, no one else in Australian rugby can do what Folau does,” sportswriter Bret Harris wrote in Sydney’s newspaper, The Guardian.

But Folau is facing the termination of his four-year, $4 million contract with Rugby Australia (RA) because of a post on social media. In April he posted that “hell awaits” homosexuals, along with other types of sinners, unless they repent. The post was essentially a condensed version of 1 Corinthians 6:9-10.

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Star for the East

Sports | Jeremy Lin strives to be a light to the people of China
by Ray Hacke
Posted 2/14/19, 03:30 pm

It’s been seven years since NBA guard Jeremy Lin rocketed to stardom. Seeing his first action as a starter for the New York Knicks, Lin promptly erupted for an average of 24.4 points per game as New York won seven straight in February 2012. That span included a 38-point performance against Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers.

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