Neil Dwyer


Neil Dwyer is a graduate of the University of Miami, and is a political and sports broadcaster, as well as a freelance writer.

Articles From Neil

Feminist: Last name ‘Breitbart’ is almost as bad as Adolf or Hitler

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Everyone knows that thanks to world history, certain names, first or last, are no longer socially acceptable. According to one young journalism student, Carly, the third name on this list besides Adolf and Hitler is Breitbart. Carly, a junior at the University of Florida, especially dislikes the surname because coincidentally, it’s hers. While she has […]

Why Microsoft’s ad telling women to go STEM is un-feminist and “just mean” [VIDEO]

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In accordance with either a feminist liberal agenda or simply a marketing angle, a commercial has come out from Microsoft encouraging girls from a young age to embrace their scientific side and pursue STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education and career options. In an interview with Red Alert Politics, one fierce, feminine force in employment […]

I ruined my relationship over politics. Don’t make the same mistake.

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In my last article for Red Alert Politics, I had cited the Milo effect on college conservatives, noting some people had turned rather obnoxious with their politics. Well, I have a confession. Sometimes we think we debate like Charlie Rose — but really brawl like two baby daddies on Maury. Having dated a hardcore liberal […]

Why conservatives should have welcomed Milo at CPAC

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It’s been quite the weekend for Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos. First, the provocateur battled Bill Maher and his panelists on Real Time. Then, he was announced as the keynote speaker at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference. However, on Monday morning, American Conservative Union head Matt Schlapp announced that Milo’s invitation had been rescinded. "@ACUConservative has decided […]

Angel mom destroys Pelosi over sanctuary cities [VIDEO]

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CNN may have finally found its niche for public service by airing their town halls with different members of Congress. The latest to face the gauntlet known as the American public was Nancy Pelosi, who found out firsthand how strong a mother’s grief can be. Red Alert Politics had reported that the Congresswoman may have […]

Why every Republican football fan should root for the Patriots

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As Don McLean sung, “February made me shiver, with every paper I delivered…” — except for most of the country, the shivering gets more intense with every NFL game off the board. Now, America waits with baited breath for the Patriots and Falcons to kick off February 5th in Houston. Basic sports analysis tells you […]

GQ gives Trump a makeover [VIDEO]

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GQ’s staff has decided President Trump’s outfit and look is like, so 2015. A video was released that photoshops Trump’s entire suit, slimming his pants and tie, giving him a fancy tie clip and pocket square, evening out his shirt, and giving him a fresh new ‘do. I have to admit, I dig the new […]

Students cry ‘wolf’ over fake KKK in window. Wait until you see what it actually was

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After seeing a white, pointy figure in a classroom window at Bowling Green State University, a frightened student took to Twitter to post the image and dramatically state there was an “ACTIVE KKK group” at her school. There's been an ACTIVE KKK group in Bowling Green, OH since 1922. @bgsu @PresidentMazey soo, how does this […]

Police officers: Obama did not support us during his presidency

Baton Rouge police respond to active shooter near Hammond Aire Shopping Center in Baton Rouge, Sunday, July, 17, 2016. Multiple law enforcement officers were killed and wounded Sunday morning in a shooting near a gas station in Baton Rouge, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police here, sparking nightly protests across the city. (Scott Clause/The Daily Advertiser via AP)

Eight years goes by pretty fast. Well, that’s if you exclude the select few million people with premium hikes on Obamacare, the families destroyed by illegal immigration, or conservative college students silenced by their peers. One group that has seen time slow to a crawl since 2009 has been law enforcement. There have obviously been […]

Party of Diversity? GOP staff hirings are more diverse than Democrats

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The saying goes that even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then. New York Daily News senior justice propagandist Shaun King has found his nut within the Democratic Party (not a pun.) In his latest column for the Daily News, King revealed that sources within, as he put, the staff of a “popular […]

Dear Hollywood: Insult UFC fans at your own risk

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When Meryl Streep wasn’t attacking Donald Trump at the Golden Globes for bringing alleged disrespect, violence, and bullying into politics, she included one more line that made much of middle America, and perhaps conservative millennials, cringe: “Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners. And if we kick them all out you’ll have nothing to watch […]

Who should replace Megyn Kelly on Fox? Picks you may have not considered

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Fox News Channel’s (FNC) prominent rising star, Megyn Kelly, is departing for NBC News. This comes after a turbulent year for Kelly. In addition to publishing her book Settle for More, Kelly’s dealt with attacks from Donald Trump and conservative viewers that felt she had gone too liberal in her reporting. She also joins the […]

Drexel professor who called for “white genocide” won’t be fired [VIDEO]

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Donald Trump’s presidential victory was a statement against, amongst other things, rampant political correctness and double standards against conservatives in Western society. Someone forgot to inform professors on campuses across America — especially the most recent case, Drexel’s George Ciccariello-Maher. The Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies tweeted on Christmas Eve, “All I want […]

Ray Lewis defends Trump meeting: “I want my kids to be damn safer” [VIDEO]

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Two-time Super Bowl champion linebacker Ray Lewis joined NFL running-back greats Jim Brown and Curtis Martin for a meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump this week. The group discussed improving the conditions of life and the prospects for success within the inner cities, supporting Brown’s long work with youth in Los Angeles and Cleveland as part […]

MLB sells out to political correctness

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Baseball has a popularity problem, and it’s selling out because of it. Despite this year’s World Series Game 7 between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians recording the highest ratings for baseball in 25 years (mainly through the Cubs’ presence), Major League Baseball has had difficulty appealing to a new generation of fans. In the […]

Shaun King: Trump is like ‘Hitler,’ ‘Stalin’ winning TIME Person of the Year

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Liberal hack and race baiter Shaun King is using his social media platform to rain on President-elect Donald Trump’s parade. After Time Magazine named Trump Person of the Year, King, who must’ve just read the timeless children’s classic, “Everyone I Don’t Like is Hitler,” took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the magazine’s recognition […]

The Trump Era: A new generation of blue-collar work

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump takes a tour of McLanahan Corporation headquarters, a company that manufactures mineral and agricultural equipment, Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, in Hollidaysburg, Pa. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Since President-Elect Donald Trump announced a deal with Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana instead of Monterrey, Mexico, President Obama’s criticism of then-candidate Trump’s plan is going viral in an “I told you so” manner. During a PBS town hall in June, President Obama addressed a question on jobs leaving Indianapolis to a Steelworker’s […]

Sportswriter (and Cuba native) confronts Colin Kaepernick on pro-Castro comments

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The final weekend of November was a transformative one for the city and community of Miami, Florida. In sports, for the first time ever, both the Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins went undefeated in the month of November, and then late on Friday, Nov. 25, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro died at the age of 90. […]

Remember Hamilton’s racist casting call? Now they want diversity.

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The cast of Hamilton was praised for lecturing vice president-elect Mike Pence, who attended the show with his family last weekend, but as we look into the actors and producers, they have some skeletons in their closets. The same cast and crew that are calling for diversity and are “anxious and alarmed” about the incoming administration […]

Keep politics out of the NBA: Why this conservative is boycotting

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Sportscaster Ernie Johnson took to the air on Thursday after the 2016 election and delivered the message America and anti-Trump protesters need to hear, in the midst of mobs rioting and looting around the country. Ernie Johnson says it perfectly.— ⓂarcusD2.0 (@_MarcusD2_) November 11, 2016 The hopeful rhetoric from Johnson comes at a time when […]