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Jane Fonda blames rise in terrorism on ‘patriarchy’

Jane Fonda, the woman more famous for insulting people than for the movies she’s starred in, is doubling down in her feminist fight and telling the world that all of society’s problems stem from an imbalance of male dominated power. “The most intractable problem that humanity faces is the … Read More

Harrison Ford Crash

Harrison Ford’s son tweets message about dad’s plane crash; Jokes start flying on twitter

After actor Harrison Ford was confirmed to be only "battered and bruised" following a Thursday morning plane crash, the irresistible jabs began. Ford’s single engine plane crashed on the Penmar Golf Course outside of Venice, Calif., but a representative told the press Ford is expected to make a … Read More


Veterans group to sue State Dept for Hillary emails; #SiezeTheServers trends in support

When it comes to "Email-gate," the news keeps getting worse for likely 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. A veterans group is in the process of filing a lawsuit against the State Department for refusing to respond to a Freedom of Information Act request for the former secretary … Read More


Ambassador fired citing email violations; 2011 State Dept. memo escalates Hillary’s woes

A 2011 internal State Department memo, electronically signed by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admonished employees from using private email accounts when conducting official business because of security concerns. Clinton had, by that time, been using her own private email account … Read More


Arab pundit unites with Israel’s Netanyahu; calls Obama ‘one of the worst American presidents’

Israel and Saudi Arabia are mortal enemies, but a columnist at a pro-government newspaper in Saudi Arabia this week praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a friend to peace in the Middle East and branded President Obama “one of the worst American presidents” over his negotiations with … Read More


Gruesome recruitment: ISIS gun barrel-cams make execution footage look like video games

Islamic State militants continue their horrifying trend of finding incendiary ways to show public killings using Internet propaganda – and circulating new war footage could suggest another ISIS execution video may soon emerge. It appeared to be ISIS members who attached high definition cameras to … Read More


Gen. Petraeus pleaded guilty … what Hillary did was worse, Judge Nap says

Likely 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may potentially face two criminal investigations that could result in prison time if she were found to have hidden documents from government computers. That's according to Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew … Read More


Greta Van Susteren takes Obama to school on Iran deal — and shreds WH spokesman

Fox News host Greta Van Susteren went “Off the Record” Wednesday to give the “Constitutional law professor in the White House” a sorely needed refresher course in Constitutional law. Specifically, she reminded him that the Senate must approve all treaties with foreign countries, so any deal … Read More


Common Core rebellion: Thousands of HS students walk out over test

Two New Mexico high school students who organized what became thousands of kids to walk out of class this week appeared on national TV Thursday to explain why they did it -- and describe the ugly reality that is Common Core. Watch the latest video at Students across the … Read More


The ‘most controversial song of the year’ goes viral; take that, Obama!

Country singer and songwriter, Jamie Jones hit a serious nerve when he posted his new, hot-button song on Facebook. (Warning: As you might expect, a song called "Pi**ed Off Redneck" has some tough language.) Jones' handlers are touting it as "the most controversial song” of the year and that's … Read More


Disgusted House Republican says Boehner has lost control; ‘He HAS to call Nancy Pelosi’

Who's really in charge here? That's what disgusted House Republican conservatives are asking after the second consecutive day of House Speaker John Boehner relying on the Nancy Pelosi-led Democratic Party to pass legislation. The House passed a bill Wednesday authorizing spending on Amtrak -- … Read More


Watch: Hillary Clinton in 2007 said hidden emails ‘shredded’ the Constitution

Back in 2007, then-Sen, Hillary Clinton railed against the George W. Bush administration in a speech to "Take Back America," for using secret email accounts, something she herself employed during her entire tenure as secretary of state. (The email remarks starts about the 7-minute … Read More


Bob Beckel’s mystery disappearance from ‘The Five’ is solved!

Social media has been buzzing about the whereabouts of Fox News’ Bob Beckel since he’s been mysteriously missing for several weeks from his regular spot on “The Five.” Even though Fox fans don’t tend to agree with Beckel's political point of view, their concern for him was palpable as people … Read More

BPR Buzzworthy Interviews


BPR Buzzworthy with Carly Fiorina: ‘Our government is now too powerful, too costly, too corrupt…’

When Carly Fiorina was recruited to Hewlett Packard, she became the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business and grew HP to the 11th most profitable company in the US. In her six years as Chairman and CEO of HP, she would double its revenues to $90 billion; more than quadruple its growth to 9%; … Read More


Fox News promotes hot new show to debut on business channel; host Jamie Colby dishes

If you are a regular viewer of the Fox News Channel you may have seen promotions for a new “alternative primetime program,” Strange Inheritance.   It is a highly anticipated show, a "recommended watch" by the Washington Post and it premiers tonight on the Fox Business Network at 9 p.m. … Read More