Alexander Marlow

Alexander Marlow is Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart News.

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The Friends – and Paymasters – of Alan Pyke

You remember Alan Pyke, don’t you? He’s the “deputy economic policy editor” at Think Progress—the blog of the Center for American Progress, the premiere left-wing think tank in DC—who on August 14 tweeted out that he wished Roger Ailes would die a “slow, painful” death. Aug 18, 2014 12:02 PM PT

Book: Bill Doesn't Want Hillary to Win, Clinton Aides Claim

Contrary to his public persona of steadfast support for his wife’s 2016 campaign, a new book claims that a reckless Bill Clinton actually does not want his wife to win the White House and that he sabotaged her 2008 campaign with his disastrous performance in South Carolina — and intends to do it again. Jul 21, 2014 7:05 AM PT

Amidst Plane Attack Chaos, State Dept. Spox Tweets Out Fashion Column

While the world attempted to figure out why a Malaysian Airlines passenger plane carrying 295 human beings went down over a war zone in Ukraine, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki took to Twitter to discuss lighter matters. In the midst of the chaos, Psaki tweeted praise for an article from the Washington Post entitled "Being informed and fashionable is natural for women": Jul 18, 2014 4:59 AM PT

Senator Rand Paul Moves Opinion Column to Breitbart News

Paul garnered national attention in March when he spoke for 13 consecutive hours on the Senate floor filibustering John Brennan’s nomination for Director of the CIA. He summed up the reasoning behind the filibuster in the Washington Post: "I wanted everybody to know that our Constitution is precious." It's that attitude that has made him a rising star within the conservative grassroots. Nov 6, 2013 7:12 PM PT

GOP Selling '404: ERROR' Stickers

Obamacare website failures have defined the rollout of the President's healthcare overhaul and now the Republican National Senatorial Committee is out with a new campaign taking mockery of the fiasco to the next level. Oct 28, 2013 9:14 AM PT

Police Threaten to Arrest Volunteers Feeding Homeless Without Permit

The Raleigh (North Carolina) Police Department threatened to arrest members of a nonprofit religious group while they fed the local homeless population this past Saturday, according to a spokesman for Love Wins Ministries. Rev. Hugh Hollowell, pastor and Director of Love Wins, said that volunteers from his group were handing out coffee and sausage biscuits to several dozen homeless in downtown Raleigh when the police arrived. Aug 26, 2013 10:58 AM PT

Man Held in 'Dungeon' for Welfare Check Dies

William Merle Greenawalt, 79, passed away just a week after he was found held captive in a "dungeon" with two other older men. Walter Renard Jones, 31, allegedly held the the men captive in order to cash their welfare checks. Jul 31, 2013 12:22 PM PT

BOOMTOWN: Washington Area Unemployment Dips to 5.0 Percent

The Washington D.C. metro area’s unemployment rate dipped to 5.0 percent in April according to statistics released today by the Labor Department. The areas immediately surrounding the U.S. Capitol including Washington, Arlington, VA and Alexandria, VA saw unemployment dip from 5.2 percent in March to 5.0 percent. May 29, 2013 7:55 AM PT


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