Neil Dwyer


Neil Dwyer is a graduate of the University of Miami, and is a political and sports broadcaster, as well as a freelance writer. He hosts the Dwyer Dish Podcast on SoundCloud and Periscope.

Articles From Neil

Police officers: Obama did not support us during his presidency

Baton Rouge police respond to active shooter near Hammond Aire Shopping Center in Baton Rouge, Sunday, July, 17, 2016. Multiple law enforcement officers were killed and wounded Sunday morning in a shooting near a gas station in Baton Rouge, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police here, sparking nightly protests across the city. (Scott Clause/The Daily Advertiser via AP)

Eight years goes by pretty fast. Well, that’s if you exclude the select few million people with premium hikes on Obamacare, the families destroyed by illegal immigration, or conservative college students silenced by their peers. One group that has seen time slow to a crawl since 2009 has been law enforcement. There have obviously been […]

Party of Diversity? GOP staff hirings are more diverse than Democrats

Shaun King's brand of journalism is tainted with pushing fake hate crimes and hoaxes. He's one of the biggest drivers of fake news. (Photo via BET)

The saying goes that even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then. New York Daily News senior justice propagandist Shaun King has found his nut within the Democratic Party (not a pun.) In his latest column for the Daily News, King revealed that sources within, as he put, the staff of a “popular […]

Dear Hollywood: Insult UFC fans at your own risk

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When Meryl Streep wasn’t attacking Donald Trump at the Golden Globes for bringing alleged disrespect, violence, and bullying into politics, she included one more line that made much of middle America, and perhaps conservative millennials, cringe: “Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners. And if we kick them all out you’ll have nothing to watch […]

Who should replace Megyn Kelly on Fox? Picks you may have not considered

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Fox News Channel’s (FNC) prominent rising star, Megyn Kelly, is departing for NBC News. This comes after a turbulent year for Kelly. In addition to publishing her book Settle for More, Kelly’s dealt with attacks from Donald Trump and conservative viewers that felt she had gone too liberal in her reporting. She also joins the […]

Drexel professor who called for “white genocide” won’t be fired [VIDEO]

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Donald Trump’s presidential victory was a statement against, amongst other things, rampant political correctness and double standards against conservatives in Western society. Someone forgot to inform professors on campuses across America — especially the most recent case, Drexel’s George Ciccariello-Maher. The Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies tweeted on Christmas Eve, “All I want […]

Ray Lewis defends Trump meeting: “I want my kids to be damn safer” [VIDEO]

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Two-time Super Bowl champion linebacker Ray Lewis joined NFL running-back greats Jim Brown and Curtis Martin for a meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump this week. The group discussed improving the conditions of life and the prospects for success within the inner cities, supporting Brown’s long work with youth in Los Angeles and Cleveland as part […]

MLB sells out to political correctness

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Baseball has a popularity problem, and it’s selling out because of it. Despite this year’s World Series Game 7 between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians recording the highest ratings for baseball in 25 years (mainly through the Cubs’ presence), Major League Baseball has had difficulty appealing to a new generation of fans. In the […]

Shaun King: Trump is like ‘Hitler,’ ‘Stalin’ winning TIME Person of the Year

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Liberal hack and race baiter Shaun King is using his social media platform to rain on President-elect Donald Trump’s parade. After Time Magazine named Trump Person of the Year, King, who must’ve just read the timeless children’s classic, “Everyone I Don’t Like is Hitler,” took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the magazine’s recognition […]

The Trump Era: A new generation of blue-collar work

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump takes a tour of McLanahan Corporation headquarters, a company that manufactures mineral and agricultural equipment, Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, in Hollidaysburg, Pa. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Since President-Elect Donald Trump announced a deal with Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana instead of Monterrey, Mexico, President Obama’s criticism of then-candidate Trump’s plan is going viral in an “I told you so” manner. During a PBS town hall in June, President Obama addressed a question on jobs leaving Indianapolis to a Steelworker’s […]

Sportswriter (and Cuba native) confronts Colin Kaepernick on pro-Castro comments

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The final weekend of November was a transformative one for the city and community of Miami, Florida. In sports, for the first time ever, both the Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins went undefeated in the month of November, and then late on Friday, Nov. 25, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro died at the age of 90. […]

Remember Hamilton’s racist casting call? Now they want diversity.

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The cast of Hamilton was praised for lecturing vice president-elect Mike Pence, who attended the show with his family last weekend, but as we look into the actors and producers, they have some skeletons in their closets. The same cast and crew that are calling for diversity and are “anxious and alarmed” about the incoming administration […]

Keep politics out of the NBA: Why this conservative is boycotting

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Sportscaster Ernie Johnson took to the air on Thursday after the 2016 election and delivered the message America and anti-Trump protesters need to hear, in the midst of mobs rioting and looting around the country. Ernie Johnson says it perfectly.— ⓂarcusD2.0 (@_MarcusD2_) November 11, 2016 The hopeful rhetoric from Johnson comes at a time when […]

Did Obama suggest undocumented immigrants can vote? [VIDEO]

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In an interview on Friday that caused many people to scratch their heads, President Obama seemed to suggest that undocumented immigrants could vote in the 2016 election. The president was interviewed by actress (not journalist) Gina Rodriguez on the YouTube channel “We are mitu,” which has 78,000 subscribers. We are Mitu is much like a Latino/a BuzzFeed, the […]

‘The Wizard of Oz’: The perfect analogy for 2016

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At a recent Milo Yiannopoulos event at George Mason University, a #NeverTrump conservative voter referred to Donald Trump as “Dorothy with a bucket of water.” I learned in high school that the original 1900 novel by L. Frank Baum was actually about populism. Scholars throughout the years have debated the symbols in The Wizard of […]

Immigrants tell other immigrants: Don’t vote for what you fled [VIDEO]

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While Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party spread the idea that the enforcement of immigration laws is un-American or racist, Guatemalan millennial activist Gloria Alvarez is pleading the Hispanic immigrant community to not repeat the mistakes of the past. In a video for Prager University, Alvarez outlined how several Central and South American countries have embraced […]

Why LeBron James’ 2016 endorsement shouldn’t scare Trump in Ohio

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Cleveland has had the busiest and most publicized year since the two Major League movies (we try and forget Major League 3) were filmed. The Cavaliers clinched their first NBA Championship in June, the RNC rolled through town in July, and the Indians look to make the march to the World Series in October. However, […]

Liberal women’s group: Debate moderator choices are sexist

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Instead of blocking UV rays, the UltraViolet women’s advocacy group tries to offer protection from sexism. The group has recently launched a campaign to alter the upcoming presidential debates, but this time, the complaint has nothing to do with the candidates themselves, but rather with the debate moderators. Yes, UltraViolet feels that even though long-time anchor and CNN political correspondent Candy […]

Don’t tread on me (and my right to stand and salute) [OPINION]

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If you’ve been, you know, ALIVE in the last week, methinks you’ve read something or other about one Colin Kaepernick. How he has refused to stand for the National Anthem, and how he refuses to salute a nation up to its neck in racism, bigotry, and hatred. Don’t worry, this won’t be a pulpit piece […]

Haters: Leave Olympic champion Gabby Douglas alone [Opinion]

U.S. gymnasts and gold medallists, left to right, Simone Biles, Gabrielle Douglas, Lauren Hernandez, Madison Kocian and Aly Raisman stand for their national anthem during the medal ceremony for the artistic gymnastics women's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016.(AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Hey, you. Yeah, you. The guy I saw scratching his leg and popping his gum while the singer went to the next level of “O’er the land of the freeee-HEEEE!” at the Yankee game! Ok, so maybe I didn’t see anyone like that, but if you’ve ever been to a sporting event, chances are you’ve […]

Trump and his young supporters need to stay on message [Opinion]

Boston University student Katia Checkwicz was attacked online last week after posting a video of herself stealing and destroying a family's Donald Trump yard signs (Image via Twitter)

There are times it’s really easy to be a Donald Trump supporter. There’s the obvious, “I AM YOUR VOICE!” line from his acceptance speech at the RNC in Cleveland, but there’s also the small moments. These include Trump declaring, after the Pulse Nightclub shooting, that an ideology that massacres gay people doesn’t belong on American […]