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Raffi and Ron: How Trump’s convention can win millennials [VIDEO]

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What can Donald Trump do to win over millennial voters this week at the convention? How was day one? Red Alert Politics editor Ron Meyer joined Raffi Williams from Circa — a new video news site for the next generation. This was Circa’s first newscast, live from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. “He’s got […]

Meyer: Clinton & Obama are leading the “Remain” campaign in America [VIDEO]

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Is there a parallel in America with what happened with Brexit in the U.K.? Red Alert Politics Editor Ron Meyer joined Dagan McDowell and Jessica Tarlov on Fox News’ Your World to debate it, and Meyer made it clear Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are leading the “Remain” campaign in America. “President Obama and Hillary Clinton […]

20-year-old’s speech outshines Trump’s at #WCS16 [VIDEO]

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Donald Trump was the opening and headlining speaker at this year’s Western Conservative Summit, hosted by the Centennial Institute in Denver, Colorado. Trump, known for firing up crowds, was upstaged later that day by a millennial woman. Congratulations Ellen Densmore for winning the under 30 speech contest! @ellenjoy221 #WCS16 — Centennial Institute (@CentennialCCU) July 2, […]

Nikki Haley’s new law: Students must learn Constitution’s founding principles


South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has signed a new law, The South Carolina Founding Principles Act, which will require pubic school students to learn about the Constitution and “the structure of the government and the role of separation of powers and the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.” Their law now reads: “The student must pass […]

Trump: If gays shot “son of a bitch,” would have been “beautiful, beautiful sight” [VIDEO]

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Speaking this evening in Houston, Texas, after being criticized by both liberals and some gun advocates, Donald Trump made his opinion known on what he believes would have prevented additional carnage in Orlando, Florida. It wasn’t gun control or watch lists. “If we had people where the bullets were going in the opposite direction, right […]

Bernie Sanders’ millennial revolution will impact future elections

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Despite reports that Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic nomination, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has yet to drop out of the race. Red Alert Politics intern Aubree Poole discussed why young Democrats are largely unenthused about the possibility of the first woman president, and why they still “Feel the Bern.” Check out more of the Red Alert Politics […]

“If the FBI is watching you”: Under Hillary’s proposal, she couldn’t buy a gun

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Hillary Clinton’s response to the Orlando terrorist attack has focused on calling for more gun control. In an attempt to court the Democratic base, she has come out hard today for more regulations. One proposal she tweeted out was particularly jaw-dropping: “If the FBI is watching you for suspected terrorist links, you shouldn’t be able […]

Mass killing in Orlando: FBI says suspect “may have leanings” toward Islamic terrorism

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UPDATE: The suspect has been identified as Omar Mateen. New York Post reports he “was born to Afghan parents in 1986 and was from Port St. Lucie, Florida.” A press conference this morning reveals new answers and new questions surrounding a mass shooting that happened last night at the Pulse Night Club in Orlando, Florida — known […]

Oh, the Irony: DNC Convention to be protected by ‘no-scale’ wall [VIDEO]


The Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia is preparing for mass protests and potentially even violent riots. To protect the delegates and the attendees, the convention center and law enforcement are taking common sense steps. In their view, to stop violent people from entering the convention, the best choice is to put up a physical barrier. […]

‘That’s offensive’: BBC silences Trump supporter for truth bomb about Islamic terror [VIDEO]

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Red Alert Politics’ token Donald Trump supporter Ryan Girdusky was invited on BBC 5’s program Up All Night with host Dotun Adebayo to discuss how the billionaire clinched the nomination. The interview quickly became heated, and Girdusky was silenced for “being offensive” about Islamic terrorism. The conversation started off pleasant, but Adebayo became very accusatory in his questioning, […]

Clinton vs. Trump on higher education: Trump winning, big

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Staff Writer Anthony Hennen analyzed the college plans offered by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. While Hillary’s plan has been public for months, the Trump campaign has offered a few outlines that hint at new possibilities for higher education. Check out more of the Red Alert Politics podcast at

Meyer: Millennials dislike “chief panderer” Hillary Clinton, low turnout may swing election [VIDEO]

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Washington Examiner Political Reporter Gabby Morrongiello and Red Alert Politics Editor Ron Meyer discuss why a majority of millennials love Bernie Sanders, yet despise Hillary Clinton — and what this means for the general election and Donald Trump. 

I was right about Trump all along: What the establishment & #NeverTrump don’t get about America

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Staff writer Ryan Girdusky and host Michael Koolidge discuss Trump’s big win in Indiana that made him the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, and what’s next for both parties and the #NeverTrump movement. Girdusky has predicted Trump’s victory from the beginning and explains why the establishment doesn’t understand about the American voter. Check out more of the […]

Cruz wins 77% of VA’s statewide delegates, earned only 17% in primary (3rd place)


Senator Ted Cruz has won 10 of the 13 statewide delegates available at the Republican Party of Virginia convention. These 13 are separate from the three per congressional district that have been or will be selected as well. While Cruz won 16.9 percent of the statewide vote, he earned 77 percent of the statewide selected […]

Trump vs. Clinton: Who would win the youth vote? [VIDEO]

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Washington Examiner columnist Lisa Boothe, Democratic Pollster Jessica Tarlov, and Red Alert Politics Editor Ron Meyer joined Making Money with Charles Payne on Fox News to discuss a new Harvard University poll claiming millennials would pick Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.

Podcast: I offended campus liberals so badly, they convened a “safe space”

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Red Alert Politics contributor Jayson Veley joins host Michael Koolidge to talk about the reaction of his fellow students at Eastern Connecticut State University to an editorial about white privilege. Read the full story here. Check out more of the Red Alert Politics podcast at

Major liberal magazine: Tipping is “twisted, racist”

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As time progresses and society advances, liberals are struggling to create new ways — whether it’s “cultural appropriation” or “micro-aggressions” — to say America still has a massive racism epidemic. Now, progressives think they have proof that the act of tipping servers is “racist,” too. “Twisted,” even. Mother Jones, a failing liberal rag, featured an op-ed in their […]

RAP Editor on ‘Draft Tebow for Congress’: Perfect millennial GOP spokesperson [VIDEO]

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Red Alert Politics editor Ron Meyer joined the Daily Share on HLN to discuss RAP’s endorsement of Tim Tebow for Congress in Florida’s 4th district. Since the endorsement last Thursday, the Draft Tebow movement has gained serious momentum, trending on Facebook and getting coverage on Bleacher Report, CNN, CBS Sports, and numerous local media outlets in […]

Higher Ed Round-Up: “Safe spaces,” fraud, and college dropouts


Staff writer Anthony Hennen rounded up this week’s campus news, including the Ohio State University’s fascinating response to student protests, the Department of Education’s broken college auditing system, and why some millennials are better off skipping college altogether. Articles mentioned: Liberal cannibalism: OSU silences protestors with “safe space rules” No audits: Oversight fault grants aid to colleges that […]

Big Education, like Wall Street, is funding Hillary Clinton


Staff writer Ryan Girdusky exposes just how much money Hillary Clinton has received from universities compared to the other 2016 presidential candidates. Here’s the article he discussed: “Academia hearts Hillary: Clinton bags 84% of top 10 college donations” Check out more of the Red Alert Politics podcasts at