While millions of young Americans headed to Funny or Die to view President Barack Obama on the web show “Between Two Ferns,” Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was hardly impressed, as he slammed the president for failing to think of how his enemies may perceive him and participating in a comedic video that “Lincoln would not have done.”
HOTAIR — In case you were wondering why CPAC was so light on traditional-marriage rhetoric from the podium, here’s why. An event populated mainly by young conservatives and libertarians isn’t a good venue for that anymore.
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LOS ANGELES TIMES — A long-simmering dispute between the CIA and its Senate overseers erupted into public view Tuesday when the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee accused the agency of possible crimes and of attempting to intimidate committee staffers investigating the CIA’s former use of waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques.
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CBS NEWS YORK – Two buildings have collapsed after an explosion Wednesday morning in East Harlem, injuring more than a dozen people.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano joined Jon Stewart on The Daily Show on Tuesday night for one of the craziest debates on slavery and the Civil War that you’ll ever see — including a game show called ‘The Weakest Lincoln.’
LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) — Police are investigating whether a man who apparently snapped a selfie with an iPad reported as stolen from a Colorado gymnastics studio played a role in its disappearance.
Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) faced a tough crowd during his Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance on Tuesday night, but he still received cheers for his push to decriminalize marijuana in his state.
MEDIAITE — Lena Dunham was recently crowned “America’s new queen of comedy” in a recent cover story in Vogue.
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FOX NEWS — Republican David Jolly narrowly defeated Democrat Alex Sink on Tuesday in a Tampa-area House race largely seen as a critical test for ObamaCare.
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Barnard College has announced that its commencement speaker will be none other than Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parent Action Fund President, Cecile Richards.
The state of Idaho will soon allow concealed carry on college campuses, once Republican Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter signs the bill expected to arrive on his desk this week.
THE HILL – The Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would end the use of taxpayer money for presidential nominating conventions.
The legislation, which is now headed to President Obama’s desk, would take the $126 million that is used to fund the annual convention parties and instead designate it for pediatric medical research.
Read more at The Hill.
WASHINGTON EXAMINER – Enrollment in Obamacare’s new insurance exchanges rose to 4.2 million, but the percentage of young consumers signing up remained below targets despite the administration’s efforts.
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Chelsea Handler whipped Piers Morgan with some of her trademark bluntness Monday night, assailing the CNN host’s Twitter feed and interview style before he departs his primetime spot later this month.
THE BLAZE — A Connecticut officer with the Branford Police Department has reportedly been placed on extended leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation after he allegedly told a Facebook user he couldn’t wait to “bang down your door and come for your gun.”
Read more at The Blaze.
An unwise young Alex Sink supporter tweeted out a photo of himself stealing — and subsequently destroying — a yard sign for the Florida Congressional candidate’s opponent, Republican David Jolly.
Read more at Business Insider.
Courtesy of Kevin Bacon, Millennials now have their own When I was your age, I walked 15 miles through the snow upbraiding from the generation above.
ABC NEWS — Can banning one school-yard word really change the world? Sheryl Sandberg says yes.
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Dr. Seuss is quite the popular guy in Congress these days, as two Senate Democrats quoted from the famed author’s book The Lorax during a Monday night climate change talkathon on the Senate floor.