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Anthony Weiner favorited a picture of a scantily clad woman on Twitter

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As of earlier today, Anthony Weiner’s (alias “Carlos Danger”)  official Twitter account had just one tweet favorited: #WCW I love myself. pic.twitter.com/WJQhwVYegM— Sugarfuzz (@JoslynStevens) September 24, 2014 Gawker first noticed the tweet, and quickly discovered that Joslyn Stevens’ Twitter profile describes her thus: “Filling in for your wife since 2001. Indulge your sexual fantasies by […]

Tufts University Hosting Islamists to Train Students in ‘Direct Action’

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WASHINGTON FREE BEACON — A controversial Islamist group will gather at Tufts University on Friday for a weekend-long conference that will include training students to take “direct action” against pro-Israel and Jewish students on U.S. campuses, according to a schedule of the conference obtained by the Free Beacon. The event, held by Students for Justice in Palestine […]

4-year-old girl upset Obama is in White House instead of George Washington

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It’s safe to say more than a few people share this 4-year-old girl’s feelings about Barack Obama being in the White House. However, her reasoning might be a little different. She’s upset about it because he is not George Washington. From her mom’s Youtube page: “Ava (4 years old) is home schooled with her 6 […]

Obama is withholding over 15,000 Fast and Furious documents

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President Obama claimed executive privilege to withhold over 15,000 documents relating to Operation Fast and Furious, including nearly 20 emails sent between Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife.

Madeleine Albright T(witter)KOs Conan O’Brien with devastating one-liner

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Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright bested Conan O’Brien by Twitter knockout Thursday night, ribbing the comedian with a comeback worthy of a seasoned pro.

Nebraska students can now take ‘tasteful’ gun photos for their Yearbook


It’s been a good year for yearbook photos.

Christina Bianco, genius musical impersonator, strikes again

Christina Bianco, genius musical impersonator, strikes again

The Internet is awash with celebrity impersonators. Christina Bianco is one of the best.

Democrat Rep. Jared Polis is ready for the 2014 midterm ‘erection’

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We’re going to hope this was just a slip of the tongue and not a Freudian slip. Congressman Jared Polis (D – Colo.) messed up the word “election” during a stump speech for Sen. Mark Udall (D – Colo.) Thursday in the most hilarious way. “More than just electing Mark Udall–a fine man that I’ve known […]

Zach Galifianakis on his ‘romantic fling’ with Condoleezza Rice, and more from ‘Between Two Ferns’


“We don’t bassoon anymore.”

Harvard Law graduates top salary survey

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WALL STREET JOURNAL — At $201,000 a year, Harvard Law School alumni earn more than those of any other U.S. graduate school by the midpoint in their careers. Ashford University master’s graduates earn the least at that stage, and Loma Linda University graduates are the most confident they are making the world a better place.

O’Reilly explains why Stewart was wrong about his ‘privileged’ upbringing

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Bill O’Reilly’s ongoing feud with Jon Stewart over white privilege was featured on O’Reilly Wednesday night show, where he took some time to debunk Stewart’s comments about his segregated home time.

Jimmy Kimmel quiz on the 2014 Wastebook: Stoner idea or government expenditure?

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Sen. Tom Coburn’s (R – Okla.) fifth annual “Wastebook” was released Wednesday and some of the federally funded projects are so outrageous that they can be hard to believe. Late night host Jimmy Kimmel had the same thought and offered his audience a quiz. He read the name of a project, some real and some […]

South Korean KFC’s newest sandwich puts American fast food to shame


If you ever feel like American fast food is too meager, KFC in South Korea has just the thing for you.

WSJ: Minimum Wage Backfire

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL — If there’s a silver lining for McDonald’s in Tuesday’s dreadful earnings report, it is that perhaps union activists will begin to understand that the fast-food chain cannot solve the problems of the Obama economy.

Bipartisan group wants to bring back axed Pell Grants

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In 2012 Congress cut Pell Grants for students without a high school degree or GED, but a bipartisan group of congressmen now wants to bring them back.

Morning Joe can’t understand why Dems are so bad at explaining their Obama votes

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Democrats this election cycle are doing anything to avoid talking about their former support for President Obama, and Morning Joe is not impressed.

Matthew McConaughey on the Redskins name change: not alright, alright, alright

Actor Matthew McConaughey with Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

The Texan who somehow grew up rooting for the U.S. capital’s football team said in an interview with GQ that pressure to change the now-controversial nickname has been applied a social mob — one that hasn’t always existed.

CNN host pokes fun at Florida governor candidates over ‘Fangate’

Republican Gov. Rick Scott waits for a question before his live debate with Democratic challenger Charlie Crist, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014 hosted by WJXT-TV and CNN at the Channel 4 studios in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP Photo/The Florida Times-Union, Will Dickey, Pool)

CNN’s Jake Tapper had some fun at the expense of Florida’s gubernatorial candidates Tuesday night.

Michelle Obama finally gets Senate candidate’s name right

First lady Michelle Obama campaigns for U.S. Senate candidate Bruce Braley during a rally at the University of Iowa, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, in Iowa City, Iowa. (AP Photo/Justin Hayworth)

Despite her major flub in her last speech for U.S. Rep. and Senate candidate Bruce Braley, First Lady Michelle Obama went back out on the Iowa campaign trail for the Democratic candidate. And this time, she even got his name right. “I am thrilled to be here today to support the next Senator from Iowa, […]

Why Voters Are So Totally Checked Out

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DAILY BEAST — Senate races remain stubbornly tight in key states with a number of voters unable to make up their minds at least in ways that pollsters can measure. But two all-female focus groups in North Carolina and Louisiana offered clues about what voters are thinking far away from the D.C. bubble. The women gathered […]