Brittany M. Hughes
Managing Editor
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Brittany is MRCTV's managing editor, host of the web series "Reality Check," and a graduate of the College of William and Mary. Before coming to MRCTV, she worked as an investigative reporter for CNS News. Prior to that, she was an education and politics reporter in Danville, Virginia. 

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President Joe Biden offered up another helping of word salad Wednesday during his remarks on the implementation of a jaw-droppingly huge $1.2 trillion infrastructure spending bill passed by Congress with the help of Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell back in 2021, patting himself on the back for a check well signed before waxing philosophic about how the world isn't like a pair…
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The federally run, left-wing stronghold of Washington, D.C. has officially clocked in at 200 annual homicides for the second year in a row, proving once again that unfortunately for law-happy liberals, criminals don’t much care about the rules. The nation’s capital logged 203 murders in 2022, a few shy of the 227 the city saw in 2021. Given that D.C. comprises 68 square miles (far smaller than…
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The island nation of Barbados is reportedly mulling over an idea to start billing the descendants of plantation owners for “reparations” paid to the descendants of slaves. And by “plantation owners,” they mean folks who died some 200-to-300 years ago - a list that apparently includes the great-great-great-etc.-grandad of famed British actor Benedict Cumberbatch. According to this, Cumberbatch,…
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In the midst of thousands of people (and more than a few on-air reporters) sending Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin thoughts and prayers for a quick recovery, ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky took it a step further Tuesday afternoon in what can only be described as a refreshing and rare moment of sincerity and conviction. And, frankly, courage. Instead of simply wishing Hamlin well, Orlovsky took the…
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Albert Einstein once said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results. And, if one were to put a photo of a Purel-doused, double-masked COVID hysteric next to that definition as an example of such utter stupidity, they wouldn’t be wrong. What can only be described as total insanity can be seen in some school districts across the…
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In case you needed yet another reason to avoid crime-ridden, drug-filled liberal urban cesspools, a homeless woman was arrested over the weekend for pushing a three-year-old toddler onto the train tracks in Portland, Oregon. And while there’s never any reason to shove a little kid onto the train tracks (if this is news to you, please seek psychiatric help), the attack appears to be about as…
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After being rebuffed by other libraries that think it's fine to sashay scantily-clad crossing dressing men in front of children but that Christianity is a bridge too far, noted Christian actor Kirk Cameron finally found a library that would let him read his children's book - and it brought down the house. Not literally, of course. The Indianapolis library's still there, and it was filled to…
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  On the heels of a bombshell story detailing how one prestigious school in Fairfax, Virginia intentionally withheld National Merit Scholar awards from students who’d earned them in the name of “inclusivity” comes another gut-punch to parents of high-achieving, hardworking kids. The Fairfax Times obtained a snapshot of a powerpoint display from Performance Fact, Inc., a company hired by…
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  Amid historic inflation, a looming recession and beyond out-of-control government spending on ridiculous pet projects, Vice President Kamala Harris took time out of her busy schedule of doing nothing to tout the administration’s $11 billion plan to buy 66,000 electric delivery trucks for the money-hemorrhaging U.S. Postal Service by 2028. Saving the planet, one tattered, mis-delivered letter…
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  More than 60 people have died in upstate New York, including nearly 40 in Buffalo alone. Biden & Co. left Washington via the tax funded Air Force One on Tuesday to spend New Years in the Caribbean.