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

Conservatives defend Maddi Runkles after school shames her for getting pregnant

Maddi Runkles is about to graduate high school with a 4.0 GPA. Her school, Heritage Academy, won’t let her walk at graduation. In January, Maddi found out that she was pregnant. She told the administrators at her school, who punished her for breaking the Student Pledge. Heritage Academy’s Student Pledge requires “abstaining from sexual immorality […]

VIDEO: Students want your income redistributed, but not their grades

“Students for Educational Equality” aims to help level the playing field among college students so that everyone has an equal chance at graduation. They plan to do that by taking the grade point average (GPA) from the top 10 percent of the student body and redistributing those points among the bottom 10 percent. Oh, and […]

Millennials, please don’t make RompHims a thing

The RompHim is taking over the world – or at least the internet. After only three days on Kickstarter, the world’s first romper for men racked up $200,000 in seed funding. That is twenty times ACED Designs’ initial $10,000 funding goal. Romphim’s commercial features bros being bros while wearing shirts connected to their shorts. They […]

Don’t blame avocado toast for millennials’ housing woes

“When I was trying to buy my first home, I wasn’t buying smashed avocado for $19 and four coffees at $4 each,” says multimillionaire Tim Gurner. Gurner knows a thing or two about buying homes. He bought his first investment property as a teenager, and is now worth nearly half a billion dollars at the […]

Oh no, millennials are naming children

The Social Security Administration just released its annual list of the most popular baby names in America. To the optimists, it’s a fascinating dive into how pop culture shapes our world view. Pessimists, on the other hand, will take it as a sign that Millennials shouldn’t be allowed to reproduce. Emma and Olivia are still […]

Women’s Mags need to stop fear-mongering mothers on AHCA

Parents Magazine wants you to freak out about the prospect of the AHCA becoming law. If you’re a mom, ever hope to become a mom, or may someday be the partner to a mom, the AHCA is about to make your life more complicated and expensive… if you believe the mainstream media narrative. Boston Medical […]

Studies: Millennials are shifting to the right faster than their parents

“Being chubby for a while (provided you don’t give yourself diabetes) is a natural phase of life and nothing to be ashamed of. Like puberty or slowly turning into a Republican.” – Tina Fey, Bossypants Despite the label “Generation Snowflake,” Millennials are leaning conservative at a younger age than Baby Boomers or Generation Xers did. […]

Ja Rule’s Fyre Festival is now a fiery class action lawsuit

Celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid advertised the Fyre Festival as a swanky, luxurious hybrid of concerts and a tropical vacation. Now, the festival is cancelled – and thousands of partygoers are stuck on an island, in airports or a tent city, asking the U.S. Embassy in the Bahamas to help get them home. […]

The millennial Bernie Madoff? Clinton donor charged with massive fraud

A court has ordered Theranos, a millennial-run blood testing company, to pay $4.8 million to settle a fraud case. Elizabeth Holmes was Silicon Valley’s favorite young CEO. Now, her company is dogged by lawsuits, and her personal fortune has evaporated. Theranos promised to upend the health industry by making blood tests easier and cheaper. Tests […]

Fake science: Harvard says “there are more than two biological sexes”

A Harvard-sponsored organization is handing out fliers that make some shocking claims about gender and sex. The pamphlet, created by Harvard’s Office of BGLTQ Student Life, explains, “There are more than two biological sexes.” Anyone with a basic understanding of X and Y chromosomes knows that this is simply false. The flier, for its part, […]

No, millennials don’t want to buy these horrendous pants

The fashion world thinks it knows what millennials want, and that what we want is horrendous pants. Take these “Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans” from New York-based design house PRPS. You’ll notice that these look like dirty jeans, because that is what they are. Nordstrom’s website says the pants “embody rugged, Americana workwear that’s seen some […]

Millennials don’t hate tax day, yet (because they pay the least)

If you filed your federal income taxes this fiscal year, you’re part of the roughly half of all Americans who will pay almost $1.8 trillion to the IRS this year. This doesn’t count property taxes or corporate taxes – just the stuff that vanishes from your paycheck. The federal government has already collected $695 billion […]

2 Senators want to ban a chemical that may be on your face right now

Two senators are on a crusade to ban a chemical that might be on your face right now. Senators Chuck Schumer and Kristin Gillibrand (D-NY) are finally working for transparency…in body product ingredient labels. They’re concerned about a chemical called 1,4-dioxane, which is found in products like body wash, shampoo, sunscreen, and moisturizer, which may […]

Millennials & socialism: Teen thinks she has a “right” to birth control

Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) has a new hometown opponent – and she’s less than one-third of his age. Deja Foxx, a 16 year old from Tucson, Arizona, lit into the Senator recently at a town hall meeting over his opposition to Planned Parenthood. She said, “So, I’m a young woman and you’re a middle-aged man; […]

Troubling polls: Millennials trust the IRS more than the military

53 percent of adults under age 30 have a favorable impression of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), compared to 40 percent of the same group with an unfavorable impression of America’s federal tax collection agency. According to Pew Research, the younger someone is, the more likely that person is to have a positive view of […]

Desperate, dishonest, and well-funded: Jon Ossoff raises $8 million

Meet the young guns who are planning to get to Congress before they get to their 35th birthday. These millennials aren’t messing around, and one of them faces his first electoral test next week. Jon Ossoff is raising crazy cash from megadonors to win in deep-red Georgia. Lindsay Brown is a Bernie-ite liberal running as […]

DeVos can help Trump win millennials by fixing this FAFSA flap

If you are a college student or still paying off those student loans, the IRS just made it harder for you to fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Without warning, the IRS took down its online Data Retrieval Tool. This means students cannot automatically populate their FAFSA using past data. […]

Where do millennials make the most money? The Swamp

New York, in the banking industry? California, as techies and consultants? No way. The average millennial’s salary is highest in Washington, D.C. The average millennial in the District makes $40,046 annually. You can thank lawyers and consultants for skewing that number higher than any other state; D.C. is the second-most educated city in America. However, […]

Poll: Under Trump, America’s forgotten youth feel hope

The phrase “Trump Country” has become synonymous with rust belt towns and rural communities left behind by the global economy. But now, these places have hope – and that hope is strongest in young people. Echelon Insights has conducted in-depth surveys in “Trump country,” which they define in two ways: “’Trump Flip’ counties, having voted in […]

Student building database to report professors’ “microaggressions”

A student at Wellesley College is building a database of professors who commit perceived “microaggressions,” such as using pronouns other than the ones preferred by a student. The information in the database is crowdsourced, meaning that it relies on students to submit faculty evaluations. Is this a Rate My Professors kind of resource for students, […]