Walker plays April Fools' prank
Now that the 2016 presidential candidate announcement season is in full swing, likely candidate Scott Walker was able to play an April Fools’ Day prank of presidential proportions Wednesday morning. The Wisconsin Governor tweeted out that he had a “big announcement” coming up, reminiscent of  Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential announcement. Big announcement coming up at 10:00AM […]
Helen Mirren is absolutely 'anti-gun'
Well, you can add actress Helen Mirren’s name to the list of celebrities who love to shoot ‘em up on screen and rant about gun control off screen. Mirren gave a wide-ranging interview to Yahoo! Movies Monday where she spoke about everything from her love of Vin Diesel to her laundry style to her opinion […]
Tom Cotton objects to his SNL parody

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) had a problem with SNL’s spoof of him—but only because the actor selected to portray him was too short.

Maher tells PC liberals 'shut the f up'

Bill Maher's politics are not always the greatest. But when it comes to knocking down the liberal PC brigade, he is on point like no other.

SNL parodies Starbucks' race campaign

What if another company--say, Pep Boys (or Girls! Or Whatever!)--took on their own campaign to talk about gender and sexual identity?

White House

Carly Fiorina says there’s a ‘higher than 90 percent chance’ she’s running for president

Carly Fiorina’s 2016 campaign is all but certain now—and she’s making no secret as to whom she’ll be targeting.

White House promises not to use legal loophole to keep NSA spying alive if Patriot Act expires
If the Patriot Act expires, it will stop the National Security Agency’s bulk spying too. The Obama administration promised this week that it will not take advantage of a legal loophole to keep the NSA spying alive unless Congress re-authorizes the Patriot Act, Reuters reported. Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which authorizes the NSA to collect data on […]
In honor of National Puppy Day, here are the top 10 cutest presidential puppies

Today is National Puppy Day! To celebrate, we give you the top ten cutest puppies to grace the White House Lawn.

Obama: ‘By hook or by crook’ I’ll push my agenda through
This is probably not the smartest phrasing to use. President Obama had an interview with Huffington Post over the weekend and while much of the interview was his oft-repeated lines about how Republicans are the reason nothing is getting done in Washington, he added a new phrase about his legacy that is bound to raise […]
Obama tells Prince Charles that Americans like the royal family better than their own politicians

President Obama has admitted what we all already knew: Americans far prefer the Duchess of Cambridge to Michelle.


Rand Paul receives 'Constitutional Champion' award

The Constitution Project, a bipartisan watchdog group, named Rand Paul one of its annual “Constitutional Champions” last week.

Sen. Menendez indicted on corruption charges
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Bob Menendez, the son of Cuban immigrants who rose to become one of the highest-ranking Hispanic members of Congress, was indicted on corruption charges Wednesday. The New Jersey Democrat, an influential voice on foreign policy, was accused of using his office to improperly benefit a Florida eye doctor and political donor […]
House Democrat comes after sugary drinks again
The idea of a nationwide soda tax is one that just won’t die for a lot of pro-nanny state Democrats. Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) has introduced her legislation to tax sugary beverages yet again. Her bill would impose a tax of one cent per teaspoon of sweeteners like sugars and high fructose corn syrup, The Hill reported.  DeLauro […]
Harry Reid doesn't care that he lied about Romney
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) might have some regrets about his more than 30 years in Congress, but his baldfaced lies on the Senate floor about former presidential candidate Mitt Romney are not among them. Back in 2012, Reid accused Romney of not paying any taxes at all for the past 10 years without […]
Sen. Harry Reid will not seek re-election
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, the wily Nevadan who dominated the Senate for a decade from the minority to the majority and back again, announced Friday he will retire after five terms. Reid, 75, who shepherded key Obama administration initiatives including the president’s health care law, lost his role as majority leader — […]
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'Shazam for fashion' app

You’re on the couch watching Scandal, and you suddenly realize you need that amazing all-white ensemble Olivia Pope is wearing if you’re going to make sure your life is HANDLED. But where will you find it?!

A coffee alarm clock now exists

Is the only thing that drags you out of bed in the morning the promise of the sweet elixir of coffee?

One dead after shooting outside NSA headquarters
FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — A firefight erupted Monday when two people in a car tried to ram a National Security Agency gate at Fort Meade, killing at least one person, according to preliminary reports cited by two U.S. officials. An FBI spokeswoman said the incident was not believed to be linked to terrorism. The […]
Finally! Big Macs you can wear
The Big Mac has always been the star of the McDonald’s lineup, and the sandwich with the secret sauce is finally getting its just rewards – its very own clothing line and lifestyle collection. The collection, introduced as the company struggles with declining global sales, includes everything from clothing to wallpaper to bed sheets, all […]
Senate OKs Republican balanced-budget plan
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans muscled a balanced-budget plan through the Senate early Friday, positioning Congress for months of battling President Barack Obama over the GOP’s goals of slicing spending and dismantling his health care law. Working into Friday’s pre-dawn hours, senators approved the blueprint by a near party-line 52-46 vote, endorsing a measure that closely […]


Eric Holder puts restrictions on civil seizures

Attorney General Eric Holder has placed new restrictions on the government’s ability to seize money suspected of so-called “structuring” violations—the practice of intentionally depositing or withdrawing just under $10,000, or making a series of small transactions, in order to avoid federal laws that mandate disclosure of larger sums.

AR Gov: 'Generational' divide on religious freedom
It was a generational gap and a political divide in his own family that Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) cited when he pulled back his support for a religious freedom bill Wednesday. “The issue has become divisive because our nation remains split on how to balance the diversity of our culture with the traditions and […]
Obama commutes 22 sentences

President Obama has commuted the sentences of 22 people in federal prison for drug crimes, doubling the total number of commutations granted during his presidency.

Nevada DMV wants funding for semi-automatics

Trips to the DMV are already a harrowing experience, with most people inches away from killing everyone around them.

Mike Lee wants to investigate Google

Has Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) incurred the wrath of Google?


5th grader suspended for filming of teacher
You know the law needs some work when the big, bad criminal in a case where a teacher threatened a student’s life is an 11-year-old with a cell phone. After several incidents involving threats from her teacher, 11-year-old Brianna Cooper decided to film her teacher inside the classroom to have proof of how the teacher […]
Federal Student Debt Strike Grows
HUFFINGTON POST — An organized revolt against the U.S. Department of Education is growing. On Monday, the so-called “Corinthian 15” announced they had grown to the “Corinthian 100,” as former students of allegedly dodgy for-profit schools once owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc. refuse to repay federal student loans in protest against Education Department policies. And […]
Ill. college to offer new kind of 'free tuition'
An innovative way for students to earn free tuition at community college that won’t cost taxpayers any extra money? President Obama should take notes.  Three Illinois high school districts and Harper College announced the Promise Scholarship program Monday. The program would promise every public high school student in these districts two years of college tuition free if they’re willing to […]
Report: 1/3 of borrowers late on loan payments
Federal student loan borrowers are struggling more than people originally realized, according to the latest federal data.  About one-third of borrowers with federal student loans owned by the U.S. Department of Education are considered delinquent on their repayments, the recently released data found.  Previous accounts had had suggested delinquency rates of around 20 percent, but these […]
NYU asks staff to cover students' $71,000 bill
Incoming New York University freshmen will pay nearly $71,000 for tuition and estimated expenses next year, and NYU is asking its staff to help foot the crippling bill. NYU has been criticized in recent years for giving faculty and executives unusually large bonuses, opening partner campuses in China and the United Arab Emirates, and giving […]