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Year in Review: 20 Most Popular Articles on Red Alert Last Year

It’s hard to believe that exactly one year ago today Red Alert Politics made its grand entrance into the media world. It’s been quite the year at Red Alert and in politics. Relive the 2012 presidential campaign with us Red Alert-style through the 20 most-read articles on Red Alert during our first year on the web.

1. Americans in 15 states issue White House petitions asking permission to secede – Regina Conley

2. On day of contempt vote Eric Holder skips town, heads to Disney World – John Twarog

3. MSNBC cuts every speech made by a minority from RNC speech coverage – Francesca Chambers

4. Red Alert Politics 2012 “30 Under 30″ List – Editorial Staff

5. Schrader: What’s really going on in Israel  – Emily Schrader

6. Newt Gingrich calls Romney’s gifts comment “nuts” Kelsey Osterman

7. Young Ron Paul supporters express support for Gary Johnson, say Romney, Obama the same John Rossomando

8. The eight Senators who voted against the ‘fiscal cliff’ deal – Michael Moroney

9. Arithmetic behind Obama’s “mandate” to raise taxes on the rich doesn’t add up – Francesca Chambers

10. Sesame Workshop asks Obama campaign to remove Big Bird ad – Kelsey Osterman

11. 10 Power Ties Every Guy Should Own – Francesca Chambers

12. New Black Panthers threaten violence at the “Republiklan National Convention” – Francesca Chambers

13. Mayan apocalypse: panic spreads as December 21 nears – The Telegraph (curated content)

14. Howard Stern interviews Obama supporters, uncovers widespread ignorance – John Rossomando

15. VIDEO: Hidden cam catches kids’ reactions as their Halloween candy is redistributed Obama-style – Regina Conley

16. Obama appears on the dollar bill in futuristic film Total Recall – Francesca Chambers

17. Maddow ‘Scoop’ about ‘Radical’ Republican Actions in Michigan Is False – Allen Ginzburg

18.Reverend Jesse Jackson claims assault weapons can “shoot down airplanes” – Erin Brown

19.Sen. Ted Cruz invites Chicago banks, gun manufacturers to move to Texas – Kelsey Osterman

20. SNL’s Comedic Genius Returns in Hilarious Presidential Town Hall Debate Skit – Erin Brown

 

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Polititainment

McGowan posts fake Cruz quote on Duggar
Amid the fallout of the Duggar scandal last week, many have spoken up with opinions, including liberal actress Rose McGowan who posted a made-up quote from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and later issued a reluctant, almost-apology. The Charmed actress’ not-so-charming tweet included a meme from the self-proclaimed “For Entertainment Purposes Only” website titled, “Stop the World, […]
Anti-Stephanopoulos artwork invades NYC

Posters depicting ABC News anchor George Stephanopolous and a smiling Hillary Clinton with the words "PayPal" and "Donate" written on them have been popping up close to the studio where ABC shoots Good Morning America.

Rubio gets first celeb endorsement

The Florida senator and official GOP candidate for president has just received a big celebrity endorsement from Rick Harrison of the popular show "Pawn Stars," according to a report in the Las Vegas Sun.

Snoop Dogg endorses Hillary Clinton

Snoop Dogg became the latest rapper to endorse the Democratic presidential candidate during his appearance on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" over the weekend.

John Oliver shocked by House NSA reform

John Oliver was shocked to hear that the House recently passed NSA reform.

2016

If campaign songs were honest

Campaign songs--that signature tune that accompanies a candidate at every amped-up campaign rally--can say a lot about a candidate.

Pot advocate hopes to change Hillary's mind
While Hillary is busy picking out which pantsuit to wear to a Florida fundraiser on Friday, her brassy host is prepping for her conversion on a much less predictable talking point– the legalization of marijuana. Trial attorney and outspoken medical-marijuana advocate John Morgan will host Clinton and her supporters in his Florida home this weekend, according […]
The 7 most hideous Hillary campaign store items

Instead of forcing you to browse through all the (mostly overpriced) items, I thought I'd give you a sampling of the truly most outrageous accessories, signs and clothing pieces put up for sale by the Clinton campaign ... and what they really say about those who buy them.

Sanders: Hillary Clinton hustles money

The Democratic presidential candidate recently told CNBC chief Washington correspondent John Harwood over a meal at a speakeasy that Hillary and Bill Clinton's lifestyle likely precludes them from being able to identify with the regular Americans who a truly struggling in the current economy.

Huckabee: Americans most distrustful of government

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee claimed on Fox News Sunday over the weekend that Americans are more distrustful of government than ever.

Policy

Gun rights may be coming to NYC
Just last week Federal Judge Frederick J. Scullin struck down D.C.’s requirement that residents show “good reason” for needing a concealed carry permit. Now that battle may be spreading across the country. According to the New York Post, other anti-gun cities like New York City may be facing similar constitutional objections. New York City currently […]
Court rules DMV may ban pro-life license plates

A federal appeals court has ruled that New York can ban pro-life license plates as “patently offensive” messages that might drive someone to “road rage.”

NSA claims to be shutting down bulk surveillance

With key Patriot Act provisions soon expiring, and no legislative extension in sight, the question now becomes: will the NSA actually shut down their metadata program?

George W. volunteered to officiate a gay wedding

This year, journalists have been asking practically every Republican candidate whether they would attend a gay wedding—and have received a wide variety of answers.

Lindsey Graham rolls eyes during Rand Paul speech

Lindsey Graham's eyeballs practically fell out of his sockets when Rand Paul rose to speak against the NSA Friday night.