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Matthew McConaughey: Don’t change Redskins logo, we’ve been fine with it since 1930s

Brent Bozell, Founder and CEO, Media Research Center

BPR Buzzworthy with Brent Bozell: Meet savvy dragon slayer leading war against liberal media

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Taylor Swift song PERFECT for White House parody Obama will hate


Uproar at the opera: Muslim woman kicked out in France; ‘The Met’ shows pro-terrorist play

In what can only be described as a disgusting display of insensitivity, The Metropolitan Opera has decided to showcase a pro-terrorist play in the heart of New York City starting tonight. “The Death of Klinghoffer” is based on the murder of disabled Jewish American businessman Leon Klinghoffer, … Read More

immigrant rights

Obama quietly issues bid to prepare for ‘surge’ scenario of 9 million ID cards

If you had any doubt as to the president’s plans for immigration policy after the midterms, wonder no more. The administration has begun plans to issue millions of work permits following the November elections, suggesting an executive amnesty plan may already be in … Read More


Obama makes women feel unsafe: Former fawning Newsweek editor no longer swoons

Hope his male ego isn’t hurt. When Tina Brown was Newsweek’s editor, a magazine cover heralded the "Obama Conquest." Now he’s just the creep in the corner office who keeps women nervous. That’s how Brown described her former deity Monday during a discussion of Democrats sinking prospects on … Read More

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Officials investigate Utah National Guard’s sexy gun video with barely-dressed British babes

An investigation is underway to find out why barely dressed British babes were firing off guns of all sizes, on camera, with members of  the Utah National Guard and the Utah Department of Public Safety . Both agencies are looking into why personnel appeared with bikini models in a video posted … Read More


Violent, obscenity-filled racial clash ends in injuries, arrests outside Rams stadium

Note: Strong language ahead. A violent, obscenity-filled clash broke out Sunday in St. Louis as Rams fans leaving Edward Jones Dome were confronted by demonstrators still protesting the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in August. The melee broke out about 3 p.m. when … Read More

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Ebola scare hits public school; staff members, students on cruise with Dallas Ebola lab tech

The Ebola scare made it to public schools this week when officials announced that several staff members and students of an Oklahoma school district were on the same cruise ship as the lab technician who handled an Ebola patient's specimens in Dallas earlier in the month. According to KOCO … Read More


Crowd walks out on Obama in droves, mid-speech; ‘long overdue!’

The picture of Democrat candidates trying to get away from President Obama’s sinking popularity heading into the midterm elections was crystal clear Sunday – except it was the voters who were trying to get away first. In an unusual break from rubbing shoulders with the rich and liberal at party … Read More


Incredible rescue captured: Man walks into exploding house fire to save stranger

An unidentified California man saved a stranger's life while waiting for firefighters to arrive. People in the Fresno neighborhood gathered outside the engulfed home and watched helplessly as a woman screamed that her father was trapped inside. Moments later, a man in a cap calmly entered the … Read More


Judicial Watch: Obama’s secret plan to admit Ebola-infected non-citizens to US for treatment

Judicial Watch reported on Thursday that the Obama administration is planning to admit Ebola-infected non-U.S. citizens into the United States for treatment within the first days of diagnosis. The information is based on anonymous sources who have concerns about the legality of the program. It … Read More

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Religious freedom under fire: Ministers sue to remain free to reject gay marriage

As the push to legalize gay marriage has swept across America, there have been assurances that it would never interfere with religious liberty. Well, apparently someone missed that memo. A pair of Christian ministers who run a wedding chapel in Idaho say they came under fire for refusing to … Read More


Targets in tune: See how ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ is played with a gun

When Francis Scott Key wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner” 200 years ago, the acrid smell of gun powder was in the air during the siege of Baltimore's Fort McHenry during the War of 1812, so the sound of gunfire is as woven into the American national anthem as the red, white and blue threads of the … Read More


Leftist weirdo tries to lick conservative students protesting Hillary: ‘I just came from Texas, I have Ebola’

A disgusting excuse for a liberal progressive tried to break up a group of conservative students protesting outside a Hillary Clinton speaking engagement by saying he was infected with Ebola and trying to lick them. According to Campus Reform, the incident occurred Thursday at Oakland University, … Read More

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What’s the latest specter to chill Halloween trick-or-treating? How about pot-tainted candies?

Every Halloween, parents worry about their kids being given tainted candy, but parents in Colorado have a whole new concern when it comes to the annual candy haul. Marijuana-tainted treats. In a public service announcement posted on their official Facebook page, the Denver Police Department … Read More

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BPR Buzzworthy with Jay Sekulow: IRS targeting had undeniable impact on 2012 election

Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which focuses on constitutional law. He is author of the New York Times Bestseller, Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can't Ignore. He hosts "Jay Sekulow Live" - a daily radio show which is broadcast on more than 850 stations … Read More


BPR Buzzworthy with Jesse Watters: ‘Watters’ World’ ‘a raw slice of America you just have to laugh at’

Jesse Watters acts as both a correspondent for The O’Reilly Factor, as well as a producer for his own segment, “Watters’ World” where he conducts “man-on-the-street” interviews with people about current events. He joined FOX News Channel in 2002 as a production assistant in the newsroom and has been … Read More