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Angela Morabito

Angela Morabito writes about politics, media, ethics, and culture at She holds both a Bachelor's and Master's degree from Georgetown University, and has appeared on On the Record with Greta van Susteren as well as Cavuto: Coast to Coast.

Articles From Angela

Study finds teens are having sex and drinking much later than before

Millennials coined the phrase “adulting is hard” and Generation Z (post-millennials) are staying in childhood as long as they possibly can. A new study reveals that today’s teenagers are waiting longer to take on adult responsibilities. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) tweeted out the findings of a study published in the journal Child Development. In this case, […]

Professor calls his students “future dead cops,” gets placed on leave

A professor with ties to Antifa is under major scrutiny due to an anti-cop tweet which came to light after an appearance on Fox News’  Tucker Carlson Tonight. “Some of y’all might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops,” Professor […]

Students protest Western Civ course because it’s too European

Freshmen students at Reed College are expected to attend a 9 a.m. class every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning. The class, titled “Introduction to the Humanities: Greece and the Ancient Mediterranean,” is a rite of passage for Reed students. This year, however, protesters have disrupted lectures and some sessions have been cancelled entirely; the school […]

Too big to serve? 71 percent of youth too fat to join the military

A disturbing new demographic development might soon harm American national security: the obesity rate among young people makes many of them ineligible to serve in the military. A new study by Trust for America’s Health revealed that “71 percent of young people in the U.S. would not be able to join the military even if […]

“Media for the 65.8 million”: Hillary staffers create news site just for her supporters

Did you vote for Hillary, and now you’re sad? There’s a new media platform just for you. Verrit takes pro-Hillary news bites and puts them in bold type on gray rectangles designed for social sharing. Each of the rectangles is called a Verrit. Every Verrit contains an authentication code, which can be entered back on […]

By 2020, more people will work in the pot industry than as dental hygienists or principals

The marijuana industry is growing rapidly, and startup companies are rolling out products and services to automate this quasi-legal part of the economy. More than 20 states have legalized marijuana for medical use, recreational use, or both. Cannabis companies in those states can solicit investors, open bank accounts, and hire employees on the record – […]

Sparknotes for millennials on the life of Princess Diana, 20 years later

Tomorrow marks 20 years since the sudden, tragic death of Princess Diana. On August 31st, 1997, Princess Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Al-Fayed, were killed in a car crash in a Paris tunnel. Their driver, Henri Paul, had been trying to evade paparazzi when he slammed the Mercedes into a concrete pillar. His blood alcohol […]

Whole Foods prices drop as Amazon takes over. Thank the Free Market

Amazon just dropped prices at Whole Foods – yes, including the price of avocados. Now, we won’t have to choose between smearing our favorite veggie on toast and saving up to buy a home. Home ownership, here we come! Whole Foods might soon shed its “Whole Paycheck” nickname, now that Amazon has dropped prices on […]

Sen. Kamala Harris’ unofficial 2020 presidential campaign has already begun

Despite being only seven months into the Trump administration, Democrats are already looking for their candidate to go up against Trump in 2020 and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is a top contender for her party’s 2020 presidential nomination, according to former LA mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Villaraigosa told MSNBC, “she’s going to be knocking on doors […]

Eclipse: Will sky gazing really cost the U.S. economy $700 million?

Today’s forecast calls for a total eclipse of the… American economy? Human resources firm Challenger, Gray, & Christmas, Inc. predicts that the eclipse will cause $694 million in lost productivity. The company arrives at that estimate by supposing each and every American worker takes 20 minutes away from work to watch the Great American Eclipse. Individual […]

Media praises Iceland for “eradicating” Down syndrome through abortions

A recent CBS report exclaims that Iceland is “close to eradicating Down syndrome” via abortion. Almost all Icelandic mothers whose babies are diagnosed with Down syndrome ultimately choose to terminate the pregnancy. Laws in the small island nation require doctors to offer prenatal testing to all pregnant women. Over 80 percent of expecting moms choose to […]

The free market is combatting racism in response to Charlottesville

In the wake of an influx of white supremacist for the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, vendors are scrambling to ensure that their products and services cannot be used by as a resource for hate groups any longer. GoDaddy announced that it will boot the Nazi web site The Daily Stormer from its […]

Taylor Swift taught a master class on how to respond to sexual assault

Taylor Swift just taught a master class on a subject no one should ever have to learn: how to respond to sexual assault. The superstar spent much of the past week in a Denver court as part of her countersuit against former radio host David Mueller. At a meet-and-greet event in 2013, Mueller reached up […]

Google’s firing of James Damore is anti-science and anti-employee

A Google employee named James Damore wrote an email to colleagues saying that the company is too ideologically narrow (liberal), and could sure use more diversity of thought. The company thanked him, took his recommendations seriously and are talking over his proposal at the next board meeting. Just kidding! It’s 2017, you guys. You still […]

Mommy Wars: Stay at home moms fight back against big government

Today’s stay-at-home moms are not only running households, they’re by and large still doing compensable work. Staying at home to raise kids no longer means sacrificing the opportunity to earn an income. The image of a stay-at-home mom as someone outside the professional world simply isn’t accurate anymore. When the little ones are old enough […]

NASA is hiring a Planetary Protection Officer… to fight off potential aliens

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is looking to hire its first-ever Planetary Protection Officer to protect against any alien life that might hitch a ride back to Earth on one of our spacecrafts. The agency will pay handsomely, too. America’s first Planetary Protection Officer will make anywhere from $124,406 to $187,000 annually. Potential […]

Tomi vs. Chelsea: What you missed at the highly publicized ‘debate’

Chelsea Handler and Tomi Lahren faced off in a discussion at Politicon, a large annual gathering that bills itself as “the unconventional political convention.” Handler was there to interview Lahren, though the two sparred over major current issues. Handler pushed single payer, while Lahren railed against the individual mandate. Handler asked Lahren about her own […]

Debbie Wasserman Schultz staffer arrested in midst of crazy IT scam

Federal authorities have arrested former Congressional IT staffer Imran Awan on one charge of bank fraud. Awan was arrested at Dulles Airport, where he was attempting to fly to Lahore, Pakistan by way of Qatar. He had just attempted to wire $283,000 to two people in Pakistan, his country of origin. His wife fled to […]

Grades going up, SAT scores down: Experts say grade inflation is to blame

There are more are more “A” students in high school than ever before, but average SAT scores are falling. What explains these two conflicting trends? Michael Hurwitz of the College Board and Jason Lee of the University of Georgia’s Institute of Higher Education set out to study how today’s students compare to the high schoolers […]

‘Mattress Girl’ case: Man falsely accused of rape wins settlement from Columbia

Columbia University has settled a lawsuit from Paul Nungesser, the alumnus who was famously and falsely accused of sexual assault in what came to be known as the case of “mattress girl.” Emma Sulkowicz, his fellow student, told the University administration and the world that Nungesser raped her. She protested the school’s handling of the […]