Jeb Bush

Social media takes Jeb Bush’s presidential announcement as a virtual ‘kick me’ sign

Social media exploded Tuesday with Jeb Bush's Facebook announcement that he will "actively explore" running for president in 2016, but much of the commentary might not have been the kind Team Bush was hoping for. I am excited to announce I will actively explore the possibility of running for … Read More

Jason Barthel

Pro-cop T-shirts with rebuttal to ‘I can’t breathe’ selling like hotcakes

A popular new T-shirt is a breath of fresh air. The phrase “I can’t breathe” has been a favorite chant at protests across the country as it supposedly refers to the final words of Eric Garner as he died after an altercation with New York City police. Now a Mishawaka, Ind., police officer and … Read More

Obama Claus

Obama’s sticking you with a huge vacation bill for Christmas again – a whopping 17 days

President Obama and family are about to embark on their annual Christmas vacation and this one is scheduled to last a whopping 17 days. Traditionally, the Obama’s holiday treks have been rather expensive, averaging about $4 million, according to, and the president can’t wait. “On … Read More


‘Please make it stop’: Wolf Blitzer’s pop song to Jeb Bush hits a sour note

Jeb Bush might not have surprised anyone, but Wolf Blitzer sure did. Bush’s announcement on Facebook Tuesday that he’s going to “actively explore the possibility of running” for president didn’t exactly upend the political world, but Blitzer’s marking the occasion with Twitter posting of pop … Read More

Amirah Droudis

Cafe killer’s ‘terrorist’ wife posted blood thirsty online rant

The wife of Man Haron Monis, the Sydney hostage-taker shot to death by Australian police Monday, is not only accused of helping him commit murder, she also described herself as a terrorist and praised terror attacks in videos posted to YouTube. Amirah Droudis, 35, went to the Campsie Police … Read More


Anti-gun Australians see Sydney as wakeup call – when bad guys have guns, good people don’t

The hostage siege by an Islamist terrorist in Sydney, Australia, could force the Land Down Under to take another look at its strict gun-control laws, an outspoken former deputy mayor of Sydney told Fox News’ Gretchen Carlson. Nick Adams, now an author and journalist, told Carlson the takeover of … Read More


Federal judge finds Obama immigration action unconstitutional; exceeds executive authority

A federal court dealt a blow to President Obama's unilateral declaration of amnesty for illegal aliens on Tuesday, declaring Obama's blanket announcement that up to 5 million people will not be prosecuted for being in the country illegally goes far beyond the president's authority. As the … Read More


Mom calls into C-SPAN to tell her sons to quit fighting

Partisan pundits – and brothers – Dallas and Brad Woodhouse got a surprise reminder Tuesday that not everyone likes to hear them arguing. Mom, for one, is sick of it. Making a regular co-appearance on C-SPAN, the bickering brothers were surprised when host Steve Scully took a call from … Read More

Natalie Barr

TV host breaks down on air when she learns one of Sydney hostage deaths was someone she knew

Australian television personality Natalie Barr broke down and cried during a live broadcast reporting on the Sydney hostage crisis when she told viewers she had a personal connection to one of the hostages who was killed. Barr was overcome with emotion on Channel 7's Sunrise news program when … Read More

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Hillary would like us to ‘empathize’ with the Taliban child killers

Hillary Clinton probably considered it a bold, “new, new Democrat” approach to tell the country we should “empathize” with our enemies earlier this month, but the realities of the daily news make it seem more like timidity instead. With the aftermath of the Sydney hostage crisis Monday and as … Read More


Critics blast ‘Exodus’ movie: Hollywood’s doing damage to future generations

"Exodus: Gods and Kings," the new blockbuster at the cinemas, won the weekend box office, but it’s seems it's been a critical flop. Rotten Tomatoes (1 1/2 stars) has it at just 28 percent (1 percent ahead of Dumb and Dumber Too), and the movie has been criticized for not being diverse. Glenn … Read More

Commissioner Batts

Police commissioner asks if officers who are shot will get marches too; protesters demand apology

Caring for human life is a one-way street these days, and no one is marching on it for cops. Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts set off a firestorm when he said he wondered if those protesting alleged police brutality would show the same concern for the wounded officer who was shot … Read More


Schools close as Pennsylvania manhunt intensifies for killer of 6

Suspected Killer Bradley William Stone remained at large early Tuesday, causing one school district to close while an intense manhunt spread to their areas. Authorities say Stone, 35, killed his ex-wife and five of her family members, including her mother and grandmother, in an area outside … Read More

BPR Buzzworthy Interviews

Brent Bozell, Founder and CEO, Media Research Center

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

Founder and President of the Media Research Center (MRC), L. Brent Bozell III runs the largest media watchdog organization in America. Bozell is a lecturer, syndicated columnist, television commentator, debater, marketer, businessman, author, publisher and activist, making him one of the most … 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