Video: Trump is 'your drunk neighbor'
A new video compares Donald Trump to a drunk neighbor–playing excerpts from Trump’s campaign speeches verbatim. “Your Drunk Neighbor: Donald Trump” shows an actor dressed in American flag paraphernalia playing “that neighbor you have with too many dogs and a drinking problem,” as he talks with Trump soundbites overlaid on the video. Watch the video […]
John McCain booed on the Late Show
Sen. John McCain, (R-Ariz.), who was also the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, spoke quite candidly during his appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The crowd loved his back and forth with Colbert about how he slept like a baby when he lost. This involved waking up every two hours to cry, McCain joked. McCain […]
J-Law vs. Trump: "end of the world"
Actress Jennifer Lawrence feels like every day Donald Trump leads the polls is another sign that the end of the world is drawing near. “If Donald Trump becomes president, that will be the end of the world,” Lawrence said to Entertainment Weekly on Thursday. The billionaire has been leading the polls for four months now, […]
Kim K: Kanye 'serious' about 2020 run
Kim Kardashian appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday and said that her husband Kanye West is “serious” about running for president in 2020. DeGeneres asked if Kardashian was aware of her husband’s presidential announcement before the Aug. 30 Video Music Awards. “That was news to me,” she said while laughing. She added that he had never even […]
Kanye West calls Ben Carson 'brilliant'
Kanye West is still serious about running for president in 2020. And he’s dropped the name of someone running right now he thinks quite highly of. The Republican Kanye West has been trying to “get on the phone with,” is Ben Carson. From an interview with Vanity Fair: I want everyone to win. When I run for […]


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Millennial feminists rebel against Hillary
Hillary Clinton has certainly sold herself as a feminist–or at least she’s tried to. Who can forget her interview with Lena Dunham? It became inevitable for the two to discuss feminism. The Democratic front-runner told Dunham she’s not only a feminist, but mentioned she is “always a little bit puzzled when any woman of whatever age” are not. […]
OP-Ed: GOP should run on ending mass incarceration
Agreement on big issues in Congress seems like a rarity, but there is growing support to address the crisis of mass incarceration from Republicans and Democrats alike. Even the GOP presidential contenders agree that the “war on drugs” has failed. The costs of the federal corrections system are growing, and several pieces of legislation have been introduced […]
Paul fails to meet his father's fundraising record
When it comes to raising money, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is not his father’s son. The Washington Post reported on Thursday that Paul’s presidential campaign raised a mere $2.5 million in this quarter, a significant drop from his previous quarter and nowhere close to the $8 million raised by Ron Paul during the same period […]
Paul-Sanders Debate? Rand accepts invite
A petition that demands a joint town hall between Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders has gained the approval of Rand Paul. “Anytime, anywhere,” Paul told Truth In Media when asked about the prospect. The petition, started by Truth In Media, has gained “thousands of signatures,” according to the website. Paul and Sanders have a certain […]
Professor running for Congress to raise tuition
A Democrat college professor, who’s on the record praising Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), is running for Congress on a platform to lower student interest rates. Unfortunately, he doesn’t seem to understand that the government intervention in student loan rates raise tuition fees. Could you imagine that a socialist doesn’t understand basic economics? It’s true though, […]


Drone video: Apple's new 'spaceship' building
Apple is building a new campus scheduled to open in 2016 with a “spaceship” design, and a new drone video shows the progress so far. As Business Insider reports, the YouTube video recorded the construction between September and October. When finished, solar panels will cover 700,000 square feet on the campus. The campus was dubbed […]
Rubio can't name issues he disagrees with Bush on
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) gave an interview with CNBC’s John Hardwood on Monday where he seemed stumped by multiple questions. During the interview Hardwood asked Rubio to defend himself from an attack by a Donald Trump advisor that the senator was just a “cookie-cutter Chamber of Commerce Republican.” “I have the most detailed policy agenda […]
81% of college grads have long-term debt
The Wall Street Journal reported 2-in-3 millennials has at least one source of long-term debt–defined as an amount owed for a period of time exceeding 12 months–whether it be in the form of student loans, car payments, or a home mortgage. That number is even higher for college-educated millennials, an astonishing 81 percent of whom are in long-term debt. […]
It's harder to be healthy now than in the 1980s
Staying fit and losing weight has become more difficult for millennials compared with previous generations. Researchers analyzing data from the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey on dietary information, exercise, and body mass index found that a person in 2006 who had identical calorie consumption and exercise habits to someone in 1988 nevertheless had a […]
UCC student 'felt safer' with gun owners on campus
Reuters is not known for being a conservative publication, but in an article on Monday the news agency effectively made the case for carrying firearms on college campuses. In the article by Eric Johnson, students and teachers connected with Umpqua Community College, where Thursday’s massacre occurred, disclosed that many people on campus carry firearms despite the school’s “gun-free zone” […]


“No More Victims”: ASU group supports campus carry
Less than 24 hours before 10 people were gunned down at a community college in Oregon, a group of students at Arizona State University held a meeting about the need to allow guns on their campus. Using the tagline “No More Victims,” the group called Students for Self-Defense is advocating to change ASU’s weapons policy, which prohibits […]
Suspected gunman at Philly campus in custody
A gunman was reported at the Community College of Philadelphia Tuesday morning. The campus was put into lockdown and fortunately no shots were fired. Reuters reports that the suspect is in custody. The school was at lockdown around eleven this morning, with the suspect apprehended before noon. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey told reporters however […]
UT Student: “Campus carry fuels white privilege”
A University of Texas-Austin student, Loyce Gayo, argues in The Daily Texan that conceal-and-carry on campus “fuels white privilege” and the “criminalization of black people.” Gayo believes the racial dimension of conceal-and-carry on campus gives black students concerns that their white counterparts lack. “Imagine for a moment that a large group of Black men bearing sawed-off […]
U-Penn professor calls Ben Carson a 'coon'
Anthea Butler, who is known as ProfB on Twitter, tweeted a surprising response to a Sports Illustrated interview where presidential candidate Ben Carson supported free speech rights, including displaying controversial flags on private property like the Confederate Battle Flag . Gosh. http://t.co/QRGajGlo6F— Goldie Taylor (@goldietaylor) September 29, 2015 Butler has since deleted her tweet mentioning, “if only there […]
YAF Quiz: Who said it--Che Guevara or Hitler?
At most college campus, chances are you will see dozens of iconic Che Guevara shirts–many worn by professors. But, do they really know who Che was? Was he a hero and a revolutionary? Or, was he a cold-blooded, anti-American mass murderer? Young America’s Foundation is spreading the truth about Che on campus with their annual […]


What's next in fight to defund Planned Parenthood?
On Tuesday, the House Oversight Committee held an extensive hearing on funding for Planned Parenthood, with the organization’s president and CEO Cecile Richards as the witness. Since then, the committee, in addition to releasing videos of the hearing, has released takeaways. From the committee’s hearing wrap-up: Planned Parenthood does not need federal subsidies. Planned Parenthood […]
Top RNC member calls on McConnell to resign
House Speaker John Boehner’s resignation last week created a lot of buzz, and many are wondering about the future of the Republican Party. For some, this isn’t just confined to House leadership, but the Senate as well. Top RNC member Roger Villere posted on his Facebook that “McConnell needs to Resign!!” Villere is the Louisiana GOP […]
Rep. Trey Gowdy to retire
Just recently, there were whispers of Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) becoming the next GOP leader. Not only will Gowdy not run for the position, but fellow Congressmen say he will actually not be back in the House at all after this term. Rep. John Fleming (R-La.) told C-SPAN that “Trey wants to go back to South Carolina, and […]
Pelosi: Boehner retirement a sign of GOP failure
At a press conference following Speaker John Boehner’s retirement announcement, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Cali.) used the announcement as an opportunity to denounce House Republicans. Pelosi called his resignation “seismic” for the House, and related the timing of Boehner’s announcement to the current fight to defund Planned Parenthood. “[Boehner’s resignation] is a stark example of the […]
Senate fails to defund Planned Parenthood
Once more, the Senate has failed to defund Planned Parenthood. The vote after Pope Francis had addressed a joint session of Congress earlier that day. In addition to defunding the abortion provider, the Senate proposal would have funded the government until Dec. 11. Had the spending bill passed though, President Obama would have vetoed it. He has vowed not […]

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New website teaches economics by schooling Krugman
When it comes to schooling big government progressives, no one does it quite like libertarians Robert Murphy and Tom Woods. The pair launched the podcast Contra Krugman, where they refute New York Times economist Paul Krugman’s weekly column. In an e-mail with Woods I asked him why he started the podcast and website, if it […]
Senate candidate admits to animal sacrifice
Libertarian candidates often struggle to get airtime and attention by the mainstream media. Well, Florida U.S. Senate candidate Augustus Sol Invictus has figured out a way to breakthrough. According to the Orlando Sentinel, Invictus claimed that two years ago he walked from central Florida to the Mojave Desert in California, where he spent a week […]
150 UT professors petition to ban guns on campus
Just a few days before the tragic school shooting Umqua Community College in Oregon, 150 professors at the University of Texas signed a petition to ban students from carrying handguns on campus, regardless of whether they have a legal permit to do so. The petition has been signed by 150 professors at UT and is part of […]
Top ten housing markets for millennials
The “Me me me” generation may have a bad rap for staring at their smart phones and holding off on big life events, but it is Millennials who are busting down the doors of open houses and claiming a new title: Homeowner. Millennials are “all about freedom,” so research from realtor.com showing that the 25-34 […]
NY Times "Modern Man": an effeminate embarrassment
Sorry men–you’re not modern unless you cry often, own a melon baller, don’t own a gun, and know which ladies shoe brands run big or small. So says the New York Times’ latest strange advice column titled, “27 Ways to be a Modern Man.” Even the most cliché hipster would blush at some of these doozies: 1. When […]