Continuing the theme of President Barack Obama’s remarks at the Youth Summit, MSNBC’s Al Sharpton lashed out at Republicans and several conservative organizations on his show Wednesday night, calling their attacks on the summit “offensive.”
[WATCH] Al Sharpton attacks GOP, conservative orgs for ‘offensive’ attacks on Obamacare Youth Summit
A $15-an-hour minimum wage is “outrageous,” Red Alert Politics editor Francesca Chambers argued on Tuesday night.
Apparently Buckeyes aren’t as proper as you’d think: A study by the Marchex Institute found that Ohioans are the most likely to curse when talking to people on the phone.
First Lady Michelle Obama is no stranger to the fundraising circuit, going so far as to tell one Hollywood star, “B***h, where’s my money?” — although not for reasons one might think.
Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.), chairwoman of the Committee on House Administration, announced today that representatives would be allowed to use ‘holiday greetings’ in official mailings to constituents. The House’s previous policy banned any such festive well-wishes in correspondence.
The Obama administration held a youth summit at the White House on Wednesday. During the day, so-called experts gave the young attendees ideas about how to tell their friends about Obamacare.
Here were just some of their ideas.
So long, Emerson School of Journalism. The Boston-based school has temporarily renamed its signature Journalism school after one of its most famous alumni, “Anchorman” star Ron Burgundy.
President Barack Obama took a cheap shot at the youth advocacy organization Generation Opportunity while discussing the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, slamming the organization’s efforts to encourage Millennials to explore options beyond Obamacare.
Caught in another ‘incorrect promise’ President Obama admitted today that he doesn’t have a smart phone, so he doesn’t actually know how much young Americans’ cellphone bills are. And as for his claims that Obamacare would be cheaper than paying for your cable bill or your cellphone bill, well now Obama claims it will be cheaper than paying for your cellphone and cable combined.
Pop culture and politics, unite! A Georgia congressional campaign has used culture smarts and the candidate’s business background to produce one of the catchier advertisements of the 2014 election cycle to date.
Why do young people need to enroll in Obamacare? Because they might break an arm at a wild #YOLO party.
Even Millennials aren’t eagerly anticipating the January 1 start date for Obamacare, with a whopping 57 percent of them disapproving of the groundbreaking healthcare law according to a new study released by the Harvard Institute for Politics Wednesday.
THE WASHINGTON POST - The National Security Agency is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world, according to top-secret documents and interviews with U.S. intelligence officials, enabling the agency to track the movements of individuals — and map their relationships — in ways that would have been previously unimaginable.
Read more at The Washington Post.
USA TODAY - NEWTOWN, Conn. – Emergency dispatchers at the Newtown Police Department warned a panicked teacher to protect herself and her students, urged another staffer to apply pressure to a gunshot wound to her leg and told the school custodian to take cover as the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre unfolded.
Read more at USA TODAY.
Amazon may want to exercise caution before sending one of its drones into one Colorado town, as there is a chance it may never return.
FOX NEWS - Martin Bashir has resigned from MSNBC, nearly three weeks after delivering a scathing personal attack on Sarah Palin that brought him widespread condemnation.
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The effort aimed “to mobilize young people to help educate and inform one another about the Affordable Care Act.”
The media life of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sure has been busy lately! And after having his radio and TV shows canceled, Ford is triumphantly returning to the airwaves — in the U.S.
In just the latest example of how President Barack Obama’s 2008 promise of “hope and change” has gone by the wayside, a majority of adults aged 18 to 24 would recall the president from office if given the opportunity, according to a new study released by the Harvard Institute of Politics Wednesday.