Morgan is a Staff Writer at Red Alert Politics. She is originally from western Massachusetts, and she graduated from Boston College in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Mathematics. While at Boston College, Morgan worked for the English Department and wrote for and edited BC’s conservative paper The Observer, serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper for 2012. She worked at The Washington Examiner in Washington, D.C., as a CN intern during the summer prior to her senior year of college. She is currently the Collegiate Network fellow at USA TODAY. You can follow Morgan on Twitter at @mchalfant16.
Articles From Morgan
Note to angry drivers: think before you succumb to a bout of road rage, as one angry Tampa, Fla., driver experienced what the victim of his rude taunting labeled, “instant karma.”
This week, a Catholic nun took the stage during the blind audition round on “The Voice of Italy” to perform her spectacular rendition of Alicia Keys’ “No One.”
On Thursday’s episode of “The Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon invited music legend Billy Joel to his guest’s seat not only to talk, but also to sing.
Jimmy Kimmel exposed the stupidity of some Americans once again with the “Confusion Question of the Day” on his show Thursday night.
Excitement at the annual music festival SXSW runs rampant through the streets of Austin as fans are treated to music from mainstream and new artists alike. And funny man Jimmy Kimmel decided to take advantage of the hyped atmosphere, asking attendees their thoughts on some new, hot and fictional bands playing.
Several accomplished Hollywood conservatives like producers John Sullivan and Dinesh D’Souza discussed the presence of the right in the entertainment industry at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday. Beginning with a panel led by Sullivan, who is known for his film 2016: Obama’s America, the filmmakers and stars spotlighted recent and forthcoming films that synthesize conservative ideals and artful production — even though conservatism is often hidden in the movie industry.
Actor Seth Rogen took to Twitter Wednesday to express his disappointment that so few United States Senators listened to him deliver testimony on the need for additional research on Alzheimer’s disease.
If you’re a college student, this could be a chance to do your school and peers a favor. The ride-sharing service Uber is presenting a money-saving opportunity on select campuses, and all it requires is spreading the word.
Talk about bringing words to life! Kerozen, a French graphic design studio, has developed a new typeface that actually replicates human skin.
Just in case you need a reminder to keep those nasty thoughts to yourself, Jimmy Kimmel has put together yet another installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,” in which select famous people read aloud terrible things that people have written about them on Twitter.
Katy Perry has officially made Twitter history, becoming the first Twitter user to reach 50 million followers this week.
Jimmy Kimmel really put the spotlight on the Craigslist’s Missed Connections page, a tool that allows people to post messages to get ahold of others they don’t have contact information for, Thursday night.
This perfume takes the notion that “you are what you eat” to a whole new level.
“Another Super Bowl, another Bad Lip Reading,” the YouTube post declares. This year’s mashup of clips features some of football’s best — New England’s quarterback Tom Brady, San Francisco’s head coach Jim Harbaugh and even Denver’s quarterback Peyton Manning — dubbed with what they look like they’re saying.