Greg Gutfeld's somber monologue on ISIS
Greg Gutfeld is known for his comedic and quirky attitude, but during Sunday night’s episode of The Greg Gutfeld Show, Gutfeld gave a more sobering but no less epic monologue on how to defeat ISIS. He started off by mentioning that “this Paris terrorist attack reveals the truth many have known, but our leaders have refused to […]
SNL features 'Young Ben Carson' sketch
Saturday Night Live has mostly saved their mockery of Ben Carson for during their Weekend Update segments. For their most recent episode, however, they devoted an entire sketch to Carson. The sketch begins with narration about the media attention surrounding some claims made by Carson in his autobiography, Gifted Hands. It is later revealed that […]
Ted Cruz recites Princess Bride scene
If Sen. Ted Cruz keeps rising in the polls, we could have a thespian-in-chief. Cruz showed off his hilarious impressions, impressive memory, and relatable sense of humor at a table-side meeting with voters in New Hampshire. In a video captured by WMUR, he recites an entire 90-second scene of the Princess Bride (video of the […]
Ronda Rousey is supporting Sanders
You can now add Ronda Rousey to the list of celebrities supporting Bernie Sanders. Should Sanders not get the nomination, Rousey will likely vote for a third party candidate, as she did in 2012. The Hill reported on Tuesday that Rousey revealed her endorsement in a Maxim interview. She stands by Sanders “because he doesn’t […]
Trump's SNL Spoof of Hotline Bling
Overall, Donald Trump’s hosting of SNL was pretty tame. However, our favorite skit is one you can’t miss. SNL spoofs Drake’s new single, “Hotline Bling.”  In the video, The Donald dances and says “you used to call me on the cellphone.” Watch (Trump starts around 1:32):


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New poll: GOP leads Hillary among young voters
It’s been safe to say that young voters aren’t too excited about a possible President Hillary Clinton, but just how poorly is she faring with millennials? A new Quinnipac University poll of Colorado voters found that the younger demographic would vote for any candidate other than Hillary. The 18- to 34-year-old age group would choose Ben […]
CRNC: Carly Fiorina leading among millennials
Carly Fiorina was declared the winner of the most recent Republican presidential debate among millennial voters surveyed by the College Republican National Committee. According to an analysis of 18- to 29-year-old voters by the CRNC and G2 Analytics, almost 81 percent said they were “more likely” to vote for Fiorina during the fourth GOP debate. After standout […]
Ted Cruz graphic: Syrian refugees = Trojan Horse
Ted Cruz’s strong views on Syrian refugees are far from secret. He has warned that members of ISIS could enter the United Sates posing as refugees. And, on Monday night his Facebook page featured a post with a Trojan Horse. Radical Islamic terrorists could secretly sneak into America posing as Syrian Refugees!Posted by Ted Cruz […]
Marco Rubio: We can't take refugees
It’s disquieting, but unfortunately not all that shocking, that the Democratic candidates revealed during Saturday’s debate that they’re still in support of accepting Syrian refugees. After all, Bernie Sanders unabashedly answered that he still sees climate change as the greatest threat to national security. The Republican candidates have taken a starkly different approach. A particularly notable […]
Hillary lied about trying to join the Marines?
For years Hillary Clinton has claimed that she tried to join the Marines, but her story has been met with skepticism. Most recently, Jim Webb criticized her claim, writing on Facebook that she “has repeatedly disparaged the integrity of the Marine Corps” with her story and demanded more details. Clinton first claimed she tried to […]


Mizzou students face "literal speech police"
The quest for equal rights on the University of Missouri campus is juxtaposed with stifling restrictions of free speech. This week, online threats and rumors of violence led the University of Missouri to increase campus security. The university police instructed students to report all “hateful and/or hurtful speech,” and an email sent to campus on Tuesday […]
Lemon: Want 'safe space'? Don't leave the house
CNN anchor and commentator Don Lemon just dropped a truth bomb on the nationwide campus protests: [Students] should not be coddled by retreating into so-called ‘safe spaces’ because they’re afraid of having their feelings hurt. If you’re afraid of having your feelings hurt, don’t leave your house. College is the place where robust debate should be […]
U-Mich YAFers smash 'safe space' Iron Curtain
On Nov. 9, Young Americans for Freedom chapters commemorated the fall of the Berlin Wall with World Freedom Day. For the students of the YAF chapter at University of Michigan, the day had a particularly special meaning. Their wall resembles the Berlin Wall, but also has a modern touch. For instance one can make out […]
Millennials aren't winning the stock market
Millennials are more averse to holding stock than their parents. However, when they do own stocks, their choices greatly differ from their parents, according to CNBC. Millennials favor tech companies and stocks that they think will grow quickly, whereas their parents prefer older, established companies. However, that doesn’t always work out in favor of their […]
Data show millennials less averse to public sector
For millennials and government work, the generation gap might not be so drastic. True, the federal workforce has the lowest level of millennial workers in a decade. Worker morale for millennials in government is low. Yet, as a new study notes, millennial aversion to a government job isn’t so strong and insurmountable. The study, from Deloitte consulting […]


Sec. of Ed. praises Yale's concessions to protests
In an interview with Mic, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan admitted that the department is still in the process of figuring out the best responses for student university protests. As Duncan put it, “we’re struggling. We’re trying to figure it out. We want to do more. We’re trying to figure out what is constructive and […]
36% of student loans in danger of default
Though high levels of student debt grab headlines, how those students will repay the loans has been overlooked. As Yahoo! Finance noted, default rates on loans stand at only 6 percent, but 36 percent of loans are “in payment jeopardy.” “The ease of obtaining such loans rose dramatically when the U.S. government began guaranteeing nearly […]
Sanders/Clinton college plans benefit the wealthy
Lowering student loan interest rates has been a popular Democratic talking point on higher education, but the practical effects would leave much to be desired. Though Senator Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders have promoted lowering interest rates to make it easier to repay loans, it would do little to stave off default, according […]
For a better career, skip college
The stock market is encouraging a reconsideration of the benefits of higher education. Sort of. A recent op-ed running in Nasdaq notes that college is a good career move on average, but skipping it might be best for some students. Trade jobs and others in the transportation, medical technician, and telecommunications fields can pay higher […]
College cites 'safety' to cancel anti-jihad event
Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. really did not want to hear Robert Spencer, author and director of Jihad Watch, speak. In a recent guest column for the College Fix, Spencer described three instances in which he was disinvited or barred from using equipment there. The third instance resulted in Spencer being barred from campus. All […]


Erick Erickson: "Paul Ryan will be Speaker"
Earlier today, news broke that Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) had been asked again by Speaker John Boehner, Mitt Romney, and other GOP leaders to run for Speaker of the House. For weeks, the news had been that Ryan refused to run–but that was before House Majority Leader and Young Guns coauthor Kevin McCarthy dropped out of the […]
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 […]

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Campus activist want to guilt, not talk about race
This is a trigger warning — this article will be politically incorrect and will challenge your opinions rather than confirm your biases, please return to your troll-free safe spaces. Soraya Chemaly wrote in Time on Tuesday that Americans need to alter the way they speak about diversity. She and the mob that supports her must […]
Feminist: Being a gentleman is racist and sexist
As a child, my mother always told me to be a gentlemen — hold the door open, pay the check on a date, be polite. She never told me make sure women stay barefoot and pregnant, or shove minorities to back of the bus, but according to feminist writer Scaachi Koul, this is the intention behind anyone […]
Feminists flip over Bloomingdale's 'pro-rape' ad
Forget the Starbucks cup, feminists are demanding the national consensus freak out about Bloomingdale’s Christmas ad that they’re claiming is “pro-rape.” The feminists at Elephant Journal put it subtly when they asked, “Are you f*cking kidding me? “ Bloomingdale’s received enough letters from women with blue hair that they issued an apology for the ad featuring […]
Paris shooting survivor's letter goes viral
Isobel Bowdery, a 22-year-old University of Cape Town graduate, attended the Eagles of Death Metal concert Friday night when Islamists attacked concert goers, killing 89. She escaped the massacre after she pretended to be dead for over an hour and lied in a pool of other victim’s blood. Bowdery took to Facebook to write a heart-wrenching […]
Mizzou hunger strike started by rich student
University of Missouri graduate student Jonathan Butler — the anti-white “privilege” protestor whose hunger strike led to the resignation of the school’s president — comes from a very privileged background himself. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday that he is the son of Eric L. Butler, an executive vice president for sales and marketing for the Union […]