Polititainment

Trump grades his comedy impersonators
Donald Trump is unquestionable the star of the primary season, not only in the polls but with the impersonations. In an interview Friday with the New York Times, Trump shared that it was a “great honor.” And, in typical Trump fashion, he also mentioned he would be concerned if there weren’t so many impersonations: If they […]
There's actually a Trump biopic
Funny or Die is a website usually known for its video clips which aim to be funny, as the name suggests. But on Wednesday morning they went all-out, with a 50-minute biopic of Donald Trump, starring Johnny Depp of all people. As of Wednesday morning, the video has over 57,000 hits on its website. The film, also […]
'Blurred Lines' model endorses Sanders
Bernie Sanders rallies just got a whole lot hotter — and it’s not because of global warming. Actress and model Emily Ratajkowski, made famous for the music video of Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines, has endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Ratajkowski posted a video to her Facebook showing her introducing the Vermont Senator at a rally in New Hampshire […]
Super Bowl 50 ad: 'Bud Light Party'
Things got a little political, well sort of, from Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen for Super Bowl 50. In light of the divide from Americans when it comes to politics, the two comedians declared they were forming their own political party, the “Bud Light Party.” The ad also featured actors Michael Peña, asking a crowded […]
Jesse Watters talks with Sanders fans
In the spirit of Bernie Sanders having “captured the imagination of some younger Americans,” Bill O’Reilly sent out Jesse Watters to talk to some of those younger Americans, at the University of Oregon, “to explore the Sanders phenomenon.” As is usually the case with Watters World segments for The O’Reilly Factor, the responses are both cringe worthy and hilarious. […]

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2016

Hillary politicizes Scalia's death
In light of the shocking death of Justice Antonin Scalia, Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton issued statements, shared on their Twitter, reacting to the news. Both emphasized that they did not share the conservative justice’s views, but Sanders’ statement was short and respectful. It also rang quite true as it called the justice a […]
Ted Cruz ad mocks Hillary 'Office Space' style
Ted Cruz’s campaign ran into some awkwardness after a recent ad featured a porn star. But his latest, uploaded on YouTube on Friday, the “It Feels Good to Be a Clinton” ad, spoofs an iconic scene from the 1999 cult classic film, Office Space, and also features a parody of the song from the Geto Boys, Damn It Feels […]
Trump blames G.W. Bush for 9/11
During Saturday night’s GOP debate, Donald Trump received boos from the (possibly stacked) audience after his comments on 9/11 and President George W. Bush. During the usual GOP debate feud between Jeb Bush and Trump, Trump went after President Bush, and argued that he didn’t keep the country safe. In between comments that “she should […]
Rubio winning millennials, beating Hillary in Nov.
With Donald Trump holding a sizable lead in South Carolina and most of the remaining primaries, time is running out for an electable conservative to win the GOP nomination. Red Alert Politics Editor Ron Meyer joined Lou Dobbs and Jedediah Bila on Fox Business Network (video below) to discuss what the ‘establishment’ Republicans are going to do […]
Rubio winning GOP youth vote in South Carolina
In a poll released today by Opinion Savvy commissioned by the Augusta Chronicle, Donald Trump has a large lead for the GOP nomination in South Carolina — and is winning every major demographic, except one. While Trump leads 36 percent to Sen. Ted Cruz’s 19 percent and Senator Marco Rubio’s 15 percent in the overall […]

Policy

Poll: Millennials favor Socialism over Capitalism
The 2016 presidential election candidates have engaged many typically apathetic young voters to “#FeeltheBern.” While the attention given to our nation’s most important election is generally a positive sign, the reason behind the mass Millennial support of Sanders is alarmingly negative. Senator Bernie Sanders (D-V.T.) has presented socialism to a generation that has typically only known […]
Millennials: The generation of quitters?
Restless Millennials, unlike their predecessors in the workforce, aren’t settling for a stable 9-to-5 plus health benefits — but are quitting their jobs in record numbers. According to the Pew Research Center, 18-34 year olds became the largest segment of workers in the U.S. last year. In December 2015, over 3 million of those working […]
UT campus police fines man for 'offensive speech'
The University of Texas at Austin police department issued a citation for disorderly conduct to an outdoor preacher after students complained that the Christian’s words offended them — despite the fact that they were not even on campus. “It doesn’t matter about freedom of speech, someone was offended,” said the officer . “That’s against the […]
High costs of California drive away young families
The west has spurred young Americans to leave their homes for centuries; now, however, the young have started to flee California for better opportunities. It’s not the rich who want lower taxes who have left, either. Working young professional families, those at the prime of their earning power, have driven the out-migration, according to Real […]
Trump attacks Jeb! Bush over eminent domain
Donald Trump is serving Jeb! Bush a taste of his own medicine. The Hill reported that after weeks of Bush’s criticisms over Trump praise and use of eminent domain, the billionaire finally clapped back by accusing the Bush family of using the practice to build a baseball stadium in Texas. “Eminent domain is a very important […]

Education

Liberal policy wonks love Jeb Bush's college plan
Jeb Bush received praise for his higher education plan, but it might not be the sort that will attract more Republican voters. The Republicans have been overshadowed on higher education plans by the Democratic candidates. Part of that is because Republican candidates haven’t discussed higher education much. Marco Rubio released a plan, and then, months […]
Sanders' plan to tax Wall Street isn't serious
Bernie Sanders wants to fund his free college plan with a financial transaction tax on Wall Street, and he’s still pushing that the proposal is feasible. He’s found a few economists to explain the “Wall Street speculation” tax, according to Marketplace. Taxes lower the amount of something; if politicians want fewer cars on the road, […]
Survey: Students hate free speech
The data and evidence continue to show that college students do not care for free speech, and it’s a threat to open academic discourse and society’s tolerance of unorthodox views. To limit speech, 43 percent of students think that colleges “have the right to ban extreme speakers from campus” and another 71 percent think they […]
Students take out loans, but don't understand them
College freshmen still don’t understand what they’re doing when they sign for a student loan. Not only that, but they’re rarely aware of the different options to pay off the loans, according to NPR. Loan services, which the Department of Education contracts with to collect debt payments, don’t have to make sure that students are […]
Purdue staff member 'offer[ed] to rape' pro-lifers
Last week, members of Purdue Students for Life commemorated Black History Month by educating the campus about the disproportionate abortion rates affecting blacks. The project idea came from Ryan Bomberger, a black pro-life speaker who is behind Too Many Aborted and the Radiance Foundation. Many reacted to the students’ efforts to start a conversation on abortion by […]

Congress

Senate passes bill to permanently ban internet tax
On Thursday afternoon, the Senate passed a custom enforcement bill originated in the House by Rep. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.) that would permanently ban state and local municipalities from taxing internet access. The Hill reported that Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) spearheaded the bill. “This bill is about coming down hard on the […]
Republican Rep. vapes while legislating [VIDEO]
  Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) took a puff from his nicotine vaporizer during a hearing to ban e-cigarettes on airplanes Thursday. Like Miley Cyrus, Hunter just can’t be tamed. After exhaling his vaporizer, the California Congressman led a stern defense in favor of vaping. “This is called a vaporizer. There’s no combustion. There’s no carcinogens,” […]
1 in. of snow cripples DC: Imagine a terror attack
America’s Capital was crippled yesterday. Roads were nearly shut down, and millions were stranded on the road for hours. Was this because of a terror attack? A massive earthquake? A blizzard? No, it was all from 1 inch of snow. On Wednesday night, Washington, D.C. area commuters suffered one of the worst commutes in recent […]
1 in 10 Congressmembers have student debt
Underemployed graduates aren’t the only ones saddled with student debt. A surprising number of Congressmen are too. About one in 10 Congress members have accumulated student debt and continue to pay it off, according to Time. The analysis comes from the Center for Responsive Politics, a group that tracks financial donations. With 53 representatives paying off […]
Amash: 'They're coming for your privacy'
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to try to warn voters that Congress is debating a bill that will invade everyone’s privacy. The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act or CISA, has been working through Congress for months; the House passed two versions in April and the Senate passed it’s version in October. Information leaked […]

From Around the Web

Liberals on Twitter hope Clarence Thomas dies next
Social media can be great at sharing family pictures, interesting news stories, and helping to raise money for needy causes. When it comes to showing humanity for people with political differences though, it’s pretty disgusting. With the death of Justice Antonin Scalia on Saturday, liberals immediately began celebrating and wishing for that Associate Justice Clarence […]
Liberals celebrate Scalia's death on Twitter
Justice Antonin Scalia passed away on Saturday at the age of 79-years old, leaving behind a wife, nine children, 36 grandchildren, and millions of liberals celebrating. During his 29-years on the Supreme Court, Scalia became known for his ironclad principles, constitutional originalism, and his excellent sense of humor. He claimed to consider everyone, including extreme […]
Thirsty Millennials drink nearly half of all wine
Raise a glass to the classiest, stereo-type breaking demographic around! The burgeoning market force that is the Millennial Generation are over 21 and drinking almost half  of all wine in the U.S. — buying more per person and spending more per bottle than their parents and grandparents. Between the adult ages of 21 and 38, […]
Whole Foods to sell tattoos to win over Gen-Y
Supermarket giant Whole Foods is looking to branch out to their past their traditional customer base to millennials by installing tattoo parlors in their stores. Bloomberg Business reported that Whole Foods Inc. Co-Chief Executive Officer Walter Robb has spearheaded the effort and the franchise is now advertising for suppliers and vendors in all their new […]
Jesse Watters talks with Bernie Sanders supporters
In the spirit of Bernie Sanders having “captured the imagination of some younger Americans,” Bill O’Reilly sent out Jesse Watters to talk to some of those younger Americans, at the University of Oregon, “to explore the Sanders phenomenon.” As is usually the case with Watters World segments for The O’Reilly Factor, the responses are both cringe worthy and hilarious. […]