VIDEO: Ann Coulter explains how Matt Drudge changed the media landscape forever.
Conservative media titan Matt Drudge made an ominous prediction for the Republican Party on the day it was prepared to relent on the government shutdown and debt ceiling debates: Get ready for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Part II. Speaker Pelosi Part 2: Opening Jan 5. 2015 — MATT DRUDGE (@DRUDGE) […]
PSA: Don't trust this website.
Too much of a "Pavlovian response" from reporters.
Matt Drudge, the conservative creator and editor of The Drudge Report, tweeted Wednesday night that Sen. Rand Paul’s filibuster of John Brennan’s nomination as CIA Director constituted an “energy shift” for the entire Republican Party.
Sen. Rand Paul’s filibuster of the nomination of John Brennan to be CIA Director has started to gain significant momentum this afternoon, as other prominent Republican Senators and conservative minds have praised Paul’s three-plus-hour long effort.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has died, Vice President Nicolás Manduro said today.
Right now the Drudge Report is linking to a bombshell survey that finds 1 in 10 Yale students say they have been paid for sex.
New York Times columnist Timothy Egan writes today that the era of widespread influence from conservative media — personified by The Drudge Report, Rush Limbaugh and Fox News — is over.
His take on Vice President Joe Biden’s comment that “executive action can be taken” to curb gun violence:
With the House prepared to vote on the Senate fiscal cliff bill orchestrated by the White House and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, conservatives are railing against GOP House Speaker John Boehner for caving on the deal.
Adding to a growing chorus of conservatives disappointed in House Speaker John Boehner in the negotiations to avert the fiscal cliff, Matt Drudge is leading his prominent site this morning with a banner slamming Boehner:
President Barack Obama delivered a stirring speech at a vigil for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre Sunday night, making his most forceful call yet for taking action to prevent gun violence.
Here is Matt Drudge’s take on Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” about a slave who gets freed and goes on a bounty mission to track down his wife.
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