Thirty Under Thirty

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Check back on July 10 to see who made this year’s list!

The Red Alert Politics annual “30 Under 30” list highlights young, right-of-center people who are making a difference on their campuses and in their communities. Honorees are selected based on the positive impact they have had on the conservative movement.

 

Winners are selected by the Red Alert Politics staff. Nominees must be 30 years of age or under prior to July 1, 2015, in order to be eligible for this year’s list. Winners will be honored at a reception in Washington, D.C. this summer.

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Polititainment

Malia Obama interning on 'Girls'

Malia Obama has landed a summer internship on the set of HBO's raunchy show Girls during which she'll be working with actress and proud feminist Lena Dunham, according to a report in US Weekly.

George Takei apologizes to Clarence Thomas

In a message posted to Facebook Friday afternoon, actor and gay rights advocate George Takei apologized to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for heatedly labeling him a "clown in blackface."

Hillary flaunts her celebrity friends

We already knew that Hillary Clinton was tight with Hollywood's music stars, but the Democratic presidential candidate appears to have several celebrity friends that she is just dying to show off on social media.

Obama likens GOP primary to Hunger Games

Ever the Hollywood fan, President Obama made a clever cinematic reference during his remarks on the economy in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Thursday afternoon.

Takei: Thomas a 'clown in blackface'

Actor George Takei is not shy about his anger towards Clarence Thomas in the wake of the Supreme Court justice's dissent in the court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide last week.

2016

Bush, Perry offended by Trump

Republican presidential candidates are weighing in on Donald Trump's controversial statements about Mexican immigrants, and the general consensus appears to be trending negative on Trump.

Romney: Trump's 'severe error' hurting GOP

The 2012 GOP presidential nominee remarked Saturday at a Fourth of July parade in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, that Trump's comments about Mexican immigrants have hurt the Republican Party, as reports CNN.

Donald Trump surges among Republicans

A new CNN/ORC poll released on Wednesday has Trump in second place nationally among Republicans and Republican-leaning Independents, trailing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush by seven percentage points.

Hillary Clinton flaunts her celebrity friendships

We already knew that Hillary Clinton was tight with Hollywood's music stars, but the Democratic presidential candidate appears to have several celebrity friends that she is just dying to show off on social media.

Obama: GOP primary will resemble 'Hunger Games'

Ever the Hollywood fan, President Obama made a clever cinematic reference during his remarks on the economy in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Thursday afternoon.

Policy

Health insurance companies seek rate increases

NEW YORK TIMES -- Health insurance companies around the country are seeking rate increases of 20 percent to 40 percent or more, saying their new customers under the Affordable Care Act turned out to be sicker than expected.

This NSA program is as searchable as Google
Two years ago, the Guardian published information about an NSA surveillance program called XKeyscore—the agency’s “widest-reachest” program, which allows NSA analysts to easily search through things like emails and browser history.    Now The Intercept has published 48 classified documents about the program, claiming it’s as easy to search through as Google, and contains a massive […]
Obama talks about gun confiscation
President Obama spoke about the government confiscating certain types of firearms, which many Second Amendment advocates consider the third rail of gun policy. In an interview with comedian Marc Maron on Monday, noticed by National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke, the President praised Australia for taking away people’s guns after a mass shooting in their country. “It was […]
Nevada school voucher program could go nationwide
Nevada State Treasurer Dan Schwartz (R) announced that he has begun the process to make the state’s new voucher program the largest in the country–and if he’s successful, it could lead to a wave of similar laws nationwide. The Las Vegas Sun reported on Wednesday that starting in January 2016 any parent, regardless of income, […]
TSA broadcasts pic of traveler's cash
Sure, the TSA may fail to apprehend weapons 95 percent of the time–but they did manage to tweet this pic of $75,000 in cash stowed in a law-abiding traveler’s suitcase, with the appearance and location of the suitcase conveniently included. TSA Public Affairs spokesperson Lisa Farbstein tweeted this picture on Tuesday: If you had $75,000, is this how you'd transport it? Just asking! TSA […]