Video: Trump is 'your drunk neighbor'
A new video compares Donald Trump to a drunk neighbor–playing excerpts from Trump’s campaign speeches verbatim. “Your Drunk Neighbor: Donald Trump” shows an actor dressed in American flag paraphernalia playing “that neighbor you have with too many dogs and a drinking problem,” as he talks with Trump soundbites overlaid on the video. Watch the video […]
John McCain booed on the Late Show
Sen. John McCain, (R-Ariz.), who was also the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, spoke quite candidly during his appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The crowd loved his back and forth with Colbert about how he slept like a baby when he lost. This involved waking up every two hours to cry, McCain joked. McCain […]
J-Law vs. Trump: "end of the world"
Actress Jennifer Lawrence feels like every day Donald Trump leads the polls is another sign that the end of the world is drawing near. “If Donald Trump becomes president, that will be the end of the world,” Lawrence said to Entertainment Weekly on Thursday. The billionaire has been leading the polls for four months now, […]
Kim K: Kanye 'serious' about 2020 run
Kim Kardashian appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday and said that her husband Kanye West is “serious” about running for president in 2020. DeGeneres asked if Kardashian was aware of her husband’s presidential announcement before the Aug. 30 Video Music Awards. “That was news to me,” she said while laughing. She added that he had never even […]
Kanye West calls Ben Carson 'brilliant'
Kanye West is still serious about running for president in 2020. And he’s dropped the name of someone running right now he thinks quite highly of. The Republican Kanye West has been trying to “get on the phone with,” is Ben Carson. From an interview with Vanity Fair: I want everyone to win. When I run for […]


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Christie calls the Yankees an 'evil empire' in NH
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is trying to win over some support from New Hampshire primary voters by joining them in one of their favorite hobbies — bashing the Yankees. Heather Haddon of the Wall Street Journal tweeted on Wednesday that Christie received loud applause after calling the New York Yankees “the evil empire” to the […]
Study: Trump supporters have the worst grammar
Trump supporters may be spirited — but they also have the worst grammar. The grammar checking website Grammerly.com released a study this week judging the writing ability of the various presidential candidates’ supporters. The study ranked the 19 candidates based on how many grammar mistakes their supporters made in Facebook comments. Trump is in last place, with his supporters […]
Koch brothers may donate $1 billion to Rubio
Money is considered speech and the Koch brothers have a whole lot to say about Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.). According to the NY Daily News, the famous billionaire brothers are eyeing Rubio for nearly a $1 billion donation to fund outside groups in support of his campaign. The brother’s had been plotting the donation for […]
Rand: "Why are we still at war in Afghanistan?"
In an interview with CNN, Senator Rand Paul questioned why the United States has a continued presence in Afghanistan. Wolf Blitzer asked for his thoughts on the American bombing of a Doctors Without Border hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan that killed 22 people, and Paul thought it raised concerns over American military action overseas. “I think […]
Hillary treats millennials like children
It may have once seemed that Hillary Clinton was sure to win the millennial vote. But, now it’s not so certain. Millennial feminists recently communicated their issues with “rich white woman” Hillary Clinton to The Daily Beast. Perhaps they’re too liberal. But, there’s another possibility: Hillary just doesn’t appeal to the millennial crowd, at least not […]


Have bad credit? You're not the only one
If you’re a millennial with bad credit, you’re not the only one. The Fiscal Times reported that millennials have an average credit score of 625 out of 850. The national average credit score is 667. Millennials also owe an average of $52,000, yet only make on average an annual amount of $34,430. The Fiscal Times pulled findings from sites such […]
For new Gen-Y jobs, lift ban on crude oil exports
Since the Great Recession, millennials have struggled to find jobs after college. When we do, we’re often underemployed, or barely able to make payments on our massive student debt–a combined whopping $1.3 trillion nationwide, growing by $3,055.19 per second. We make up forty percent of those unemployed. Forty-four percent of college educated Millennials are underemployed—working in non-career, […]
Irony: College bans speakers for free speech event
Oh irony, thy name is feminism. According to Reason, the University of Manchester in the U.K. was preparing to hold a debate entitled, “From Liberation to Censorship: Does Modern Feminism Have a Problem with Free Speech?” but banned both speakers because they’re too politically incorrect for the school’s “safe space” rules. Julie Bindel, a self […]
Debit or Credit? Millennials prefer...
Millennials are surprisingly reluctant to choose credit cards instead of debit cards for their personal finances. A survey by Chime, a mobile banking company, found that seven out of 10 millennials prefer to use a debit card, according to Time. “Unlike their parent’s generation, they don’t want credit cards, they want to be in control […]
Illegal immigrant deportations drop 84,000
President Obama is out to make history as the worst president in regards to defending our national borders. According to government figures obtained by The Associated Press, the Obama administration deported fewer illegal immigrants over the past 12 months than at any other time since 2006 despite the president’s pledge to focus on deporting criminal […]


Should campuses allow more 'comfort animals'?
It’s not all that uncommon to hear about service animals for people with physical disabilities. But now on college campuses, students are increasingly asking to have their pets live with them in university housing as ‘comfort animals.’ The New York Times did a piece on such animals and the ‘gray area.’ On the one hand, […]
How college leaves some students worse off
Despite its efforts, the government has failed to protect college students from heavy levels of debt. For low-income students, it was even worse, as they had difficulty finding a job after graduation to pay their loans, Kevin Carey wrote for The New York Times. For many students, efforts by the federal government to make student […]
UT prof. quits over campus carry law
A University of Texas professor has decided to quit at the end of this year, because when guns are legally allowed in the classroom, he would rather not be around. Daniel Hamermesh, a professor emeritus of economics, has taught at UT for 22 years. The 72-year-old retired last year, but was still actively teaching classes on a […]
Does Campus Carry threaten "educational freedom"?
Opposition to conceal-and-carry on campus has started to argue that it is a threat, not only to safety, but to “educational freedom.” An opinion column in The University of Texas at Austin’s The Daily Texan claims that campus carry “fundamentally changes our campus atmosphere.” A fear of more guns on campus is understandable. When there’s […]
Brown newspaper apologizes for racist columns
The Brown Daily Herald has come under fire for posting racist columns. And, as the Associated Press reported, the editorial board has now issued an apology.  The apology was posted two days after the first column went up. The editorial board referred to the columns as “not only controversial but also deeply hurtful.” Both opinion columns were by student […]


Who should be the next House Speaker?
Speaker of the House certainly seems to be a thankless job. People are actually running away from it rather than running for it. Speaker John Boehner announced his resignation, effective at the end of the month, but he may not be able to get out as quickly as he would have liked. The current Majority […]
The new silent majority: 'Gen I' must stand up
Born between 1985 and 2000, Generation I is the first generation to grow up with the Internet fully enmeshed with their daily lives. As these young men and women transition to adulthood with the choice, immediacy and excitement of the web top of mind, they do so with an unprecedented gift of connectivity. With that […]
Judge allows release of Planned Parenthood videos
The controversy surrounding Planned Parenthood, the abortion industry, and the undercover videos alleging they’re illegally profiting from the sale of fetal parts has some new developments. On Tuesday, Federal Judge William H. Orrick lifted the temporary restraining order on videos from the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) pertaining to the National Abortion Federation (NAF). The move will certainly […]
Exclusive: McCarthy's ideas to reach young voters
With Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to leave at the end of the month, the House of Representatives will soon choose his replacement. The first step comes on Thursday, with a conference election to nominate the candidate. We reached out to all three Republican candidates for speaker about how they plan to engage young voters. So […]
What's next in fight to defund Planned Parenthood?
On Tuesday, the House Oversight Committee held an extensive hearing on funding for Planned Parenthood, with the organization’s president and CEO Cecile Richards as the witness. Since then, the committee, in addition to releasing videos of the hearing, has released takeaways. From the committee’s hearing wrap-up: Planned Parenthood does not need federal subsidies. Planned Parenthood […]

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Veteran makes his service dog his best man
Get ready to break out the tissues for one of the sweetest stories of the year. U.S. Army veteran Justin Lansford lost his leg during in 2012 while serving in Afghanistan. He had bilaterally severed femurs and doctors were forced to amputate his left leg. Buzzfeed reported that a year later he received his service dog Gabe […]
Ban Nerf guns? Campus ends zombies vs. humans game
The shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon is having ramifications at college campuses nationwide, including the University of Akron that announced on Tuesday that they are canceling their Humans vs. Zombies game. Humans vs. Zombies is a campus-wide game that involves students shooting Nerf guns at each other, reported Ohio.com. Students already began to play […]
To lure Gen-Y, Chuck E Cheese turns to alcohol
Chuck E. Cheese is changing up it’s menu, offering an expanded beer and wine list to young parents who want to watch their children jump in a ball pit while drinking a cold one. In a report by Bloomberg, the arcade-pizza restaurant has seen slumping sales in recent years and wants appeal to young mothers […]
New website teaches economics by schooling Krugman
When it comes to schooling big government progressives, no one does it quite like libertarians Robert Murphy and Tom Woods. The pair launched the podcast Contra Krugman, where they refute New York Times economist Paul Krugman’s weekly column. In an e-mail with Woods I asked him why he started the podcast and website, if it […]
Senate candidate admits to animal sacrifice
Libertarian candidates often struggle to get airtime and attention by the mainstream media. Well, Florida U.S. Senate candidate Augustus Sol Invictus has figured out a way to breakthrough. According to the Orlando Sentinel, Invictus claimed that two years ago he walked from central Florida to the Mojave Desert in California, where he spent a week […]