Daily Caller Senior Editor Jamie Weinstein performs at the 2014 "Funniest Celebrity in Washington" contest on Dec. 3:
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Wendy Davis released a new GIF ad capturing her campaign's current momentum. We hope she wasn't harmed in the making of this ad.
WASHINGTON -- The Daily Caller has quarantined Patrick Howley, a reporter at the news outlet.
For years, our website has resembled a reporter: Smart, funny, reliable, and kind of ugly. Here at The Daily Caller, we're fine with the first few things, but we know that if we want to do the best job possible at keeping you informed, engaged and entertained, we were going to need a makeover.
Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby told reporters Friday that he can't fully reveal the Obama administration's plans to deal with ISIS.
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At The Daily Caller we love our readers, we love our guns, and we love the United States Marine Corps. To thank our readers and honor the Corps, The Daily Caller and FMK are giving away two limited edition 9mm Marine Corps handguns. Oorah.
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Matt Yglesias wants to know if he should go to his high school reunion.
Ezra Klein thinks there's a problem in journalism: Mainly, The Washington Post doesn't want to give him a lot of money so he took his friends and started some stupid project. Which would be admirable if only the smug cattiness of his announcement video wasn't so off putting. Which it is.
The Daily Caller presents the CPAC 2014 live stream, courtesy of Fox News:
Remarks of President Barack Obama – As Prepared for Delivery
State of the Union Address
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
How should one judge a political leader, and what virtues must he or she possess to be considered worthy of re-election? Certainly, voters must take into account decisions of policy. We must examine the broader vision of the incumbent, and how that weltanschung fared once it met the jagged shoals of political reality.