The far-right retired baseballer says he may run in one of the districts currently held by Democrats in Arizona.
Apparently, all that stands in the way of the former baseball pitcher and ESPN analyst challenging Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2018... is his wife.
The Southern freak-out over LGBT rights is reminiscent of past reactions to equality gains.
Schilling, his wife, and their 16-year-old son all spoke out in defense of the former Red Sox pitcher, after ESPN fired him for posting a transphobic meme.
The former Red Sox pitcher and ESPN commentator should take his own advice about the harms of online harassment, says this communications professional.
The Republican candidate for president is now the only one running for the White House to endorse North Carolina's transphobic law.
Schilling got canned by the network just one day after Outsports reported the baseball analyst's hateful statements.