Ezra Dulis

Ezra Dulis cannot grow facial hair and is the Deputy Managing Editor of Breitbart News.

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Music Playlist: 10 Summer Jams That Are Total Downers

Most "Song of the Summer" lists give you fluffy, relaxing, free-spirited pop hits, but the discerning music fan understands that all the best songs are sad ones, and any season is perfect for the right downer. Jul 10, 2014 7:42 AM PT

Do You Wonder What Women Need for Valentine's Day? Let Renowned Romance Expert Nancy Pelosi Tell You What Women Need for Valentine's Day

Fellas, just face it: if you're reading this, you're going to be alone on Valentine's Day. Don't feel down; it's good practice for when you die alone. What's that? You'd rather not be alone? You've let society turn you into an insecure, outcome-dependent wuss? Well, if I can't dissuade you, let me do the next-best thing: pass along advice from politicians that's guaranteed to keep you unlucky in love. Feb 11, 2014 12:52 AM PT

Judge Judy: Knockout Game 'Virus,' Demands Swift Justice

Stop everything: Judith Sheindlin aka Judge Judy aka the world's foremost authority on all things has weighed in on the national crime trend of the "knockout game" on her website "What Would Judy Say?" Jan 10, 2014 2:35 PM PT

Photo: Minnesota Brothers Create 16-Foot 'Snow Shark'

Extreme winter weather like the storms across the United States' midwest and northeastern regions bring danger, inconvenience, and a huge mess for adults who have to commute to work. However, for kids, it means no school—and plenty of time to play in the snow. Jan 5, 2014 4:33 PM PT

Christ's Mass

The change that Jesus brought to this world is not only a spiritual renewal but the promise of a physical one, as well. When God first made man, we weren't destined to die; that development came when Adam and Eve disobeyed and were cursed for it. Once God existed in a body, died in it, and returned in it, he showed that this state of being—original sin and mortality—could be and would be reversed for any person. Dec 25, 2013 3:05 AM PT

Five Reasons Why Lady Gaga's 'Artpop' Flopped

What can Gaga do to push the envelope—to reclaim "it" girl status? She's already worn all manner of gaudy outfits. She's gone nude, both in professional shoots and amateur Twitter photos. She's already regaled us with drug confessions. She's already unveiled sizable tattoos. She's gone political. She's admitted to eating disorders. Beyond elective amputation, not much could top her old publicity stunts—and if she doesn't jump on that train soon, Miley might beat her to it. Nov 27, 2013 3:46 AM PT

List: Republican House, Senate Votes on Debt, Shutdown Deal

Twenty-seven Republican senators voted for Wednesday's bill passed by the upper chamber to fund the U.S. government in a continuing resolution and extend the nation's debt limit. Eighteen voted against the measure, and one was not present. Oct 16, 2013 7:24 PM PT

Inevitable Backlash Blog: Breaking Bad's Finale Fizzles

After five seasons and six years of tweaking expectations, Breaking Bad's series finale contained only one surprise: somewhere between New Hampshire and New Mexico, Walter White was murdered and replaced by a pod person. Sep 30, 2013 1:46 AM PT

'Red Eye': The Official Litmus Test for Squares

So by now, you know Stephen Colbert ran an obviously sarcastic clip from Fox News's Red Eye as an example of right-wing rage at President Obama—"the equivalent of running something from The Onion as a real news story," host Andy Levy charged Thursday night. Sep 13, 2013 1:35 PM PT

'Queen of Twerking': Miley Cyrus Needs 'Ass Lessons'

While viewers unfamiliar with "twerking" found Miley Cyrus's Sunday VMA performance shocking or distasteful, viewers with professional twerking expertise—such as Freddie Ross, aka Big Freedia—found it lackluster. Aug 30, 2013 3:12 AM PT


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