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ESPN host accuses Kid Rock of racism. Maybe she should talk to Rock’s black son

Country singer and possible Senate candidate Kid Rock sent out a message on Monday that his use of the Confederate flag had nothing to do with racism and that he “loved black people.” ESPN host Jemele Hill and Barstool Sports’ Michael Rapaport weren’t buying it though and slammed the music star on Twitter. Hill tweeted on Monday that […]

Expert: DACA is hurting American millennial workers the most

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump is expected to announce the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. Since former President Barack Obama implemented DACA in 2012, the United States has approved more than 800,000 work permits or visas to ‘dreamers,’ illegal immigrants who came to America before they were 16 years-old. […]

19-year-old son of a fallen soldier enlists to honor his fathers legacy [Exclusive]

In July, 19-year-old Paul Kelly decided to follow his father’s footsteps and enlist in the U.S. Army. Kelly’s Father, Army. Col. Paul M. Kelly served in the Virginia National Guard. His Mother, Maria Kelly served in the U.S. Air Force. Col. Kelly, was an aviation officer that commanded the National Guard’s 2nd Battalion, 224th Aviation […]

Atheist group’s letter quotes the Bible, threatens to sue Rubio for tweeting Bible verses

(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) An anti-religion organization sent an email to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) demanding him to stop posting bible verses to Twitter. The eyes of the LORD watch over the knowledgeable,but he defeats the projects of the faithless. Proverbs 22:12— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) August 22, 2017 But ironically, the atheist foundation used Bible verses […]

95% of lawmakers who support $15 minimum wage don’t pay their interns: Study

The majority of lawmakers supporting raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, in fact, pay their interns $0 an hour, according to a new study by the Employment Policy Institute (EPI). The Congressional Progressive Caucus introduced their Raise The Wage Act in May, which would raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by […]

Family’s 4th Amendment legal battle: SWAT raid of home leads to tomato plants

At 7:30 A.M, Bob Harte walked downstairs to answer “clamorous pounding” on his front door of his home in Leawood, Kansas. He opened his door to a group of officers clad in SWAT gear brandishing Glock 9mm pistols and an AR-15 rifle, preparing to breach his front door with a battering ram. The officers rushed […]

MTV is so politically correct its trophies are now genderless

by Emily Jashinsky MTV’s crusade to recapture coolness is more desperate than one of its dateless eighth-grade viewers before a dance. The network, beset with years of declining ratings, has stripped its Video Music Awards trophy of a sex, courageously liberating him from the oppressive confines of the antiquated gender binary. As of this year, MTV’s “Moonman” trophy, […]

Iraq war veteran: You can’t disrespect millennials and respect the military at the same time

Chris Roessner, an Iraq war veteran turned screenwriter, is tired of the stereotype that millennials are often selfish, unmotivated, and narcissistic. Following high school, Roessner was accepted to a top film school in California, but had no means to pay for it. He decided to join the military instead to utilize the GI Bill incentive, […]

“Uhhmm…”: Millennials love socialism, but can’t define it [VIDEO]

Millennials rushed to the polls to vote for Bernie Sanders running as a Democratic socialist last election season. However, did they fall in love with socialism or just want free college and healthcare? A new video suggests they have no idea what socialism is. Campus Reform interviewed George Washington University students and asked them two […]

The IRS raided their store and sold their stuff within hours. Now they’re fighting back

An elderly Thai couple was left penniless after their life savings were seized and auctioned off from inside their own 34-year-old store. The couple filed a $2 million lawsuit against the federal government for improperly seizing and selling assets almost immediately. In March of 2015, the IRS shut down Mii’s Bridal and Tuxedo in Garland, […]

Applebees franchisee: We have 1,000 fewer servers because of New York’s minimum wage hike

The New York food industry is slowing as the minimum wage rises, and one CEO explains how businesses are responding. Fox News’ Stuart Varney interviewed Zane Tankel, CEO of Applebees’ franchises in New York, who said that his restaurants had to fire 1,000 servers in the past year because of the higher minimum wage. “If something becomes […]

Study: If you follow these 3 steps, you have a 97% chance of reaching the middle class

Millennials may face crushing student loans and a bad job market, but if they follow the “success sequence” — high school degree, full-time work, and marriage before having children– they are more likely to prosper financially. A study from the American Enterprise Institute and Institute for Family Studies found that 97 percent of millennials who followed this sequence […]

After another death, it’s time to ask: When the hell are we getting out of Afghanistan?

As Americans across the country gathered and prepared to celebrate Independence Day on Tuesday, 19-year-old Army Pfc. Hansen B. Kirkpatrick’s family got the news that their son was killed in Afghanistan. The death of yet another millennial begs the question, what the hell are we doing there and when are leaving? The Afghan War has […]

The most loyal generation: Millennials make good marriage material

Millions of millennials grew up in broken homes, and as a result, there’s a substantial portion of the generation that has given up on marriage altogether. For those who do want to walk down the aisle, they seem to be more committed to staying loyal than almost any previous generation. A report by the Institute […]

28 times more coverage: Networks cover Trump tweets, ignore passage of Kate’s Law

The media’s job is simple: cover news and legislation that will affect consumers’ daily lives and future. Despite the House passing two new immigration laws Thursday, the liberal media chose to cover President Donald Trump’s twitter feed instead. Media Research Center (MRC) found that networks dedicated 28 times more coverage to Trump’s tweets than to the passage of two […]

Antifa officially declared a terrorist group by New Jersey’s Homeland Security office

The radical far-left group Antifa has been using threats and violence to suppress conservatives, libertarians, nationalists, and capitalists for months, and finally, a state has officially labeled them a terrorist group. On June 12, New Jersey became the first state in the country to label Antifa a domestic terrorist organization with the state office of […]

Old millennials abandon “millennial” term, don’t want to be associated with snowflakes

Millennials have possibly the worst reputation of any generation in American history. They’re known for being entitled, lazy, overly optimistic, idealistic, and addicted to social media. It begs the question, who would want to be characterized as a millennial? In response to this question, older millennials born on the cusp of Generation X and Y […]

Not fake news: CNN interviews Elmo about immigration

CNN interviewed Sesame Street character Elmo on Monday about his “wonderful” experience visiting a refugee camp in Jordan, and talked about how the kids were “just like us.” “They like to play and learn just like Elmo and all his friends at Sesame Street,” Elmo said via Facebook Live. “Elmo thinks it’s important to know that […]

Texas’ (high school) legislature votes for secession

Texas Boy State, a mock legislature for high school boys started in 1935 by the American Legion, voted this month to secede from the U.S. for the first time ever. On June 15th, both chambers of the 1,100 high school students in the mock legislature voted overwhelmingly in favor of leaving the Union, reported The Washington […]

‘Wonder Woman’ is a big hit. Is America still sexist?

On Sunday, Wonder Woman officially made more than $650 million worldwide with about half the market in the U.S.  It’s the third highest-grossing film of the year domestically, behind only Beauty & the Beast and Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Given the film’s runaway success and soon-to-be multi-billion dollar game, fashion accessories, and movie empire — can we finally stop […]