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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Not sure who was checking credentials at the door, but President Joe Biden's handlers must have missed one of those dirty rotten "MAGA Republicans" before his speech Thursday night.

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A Texas pastor is coming under fire – and, potentially, even an IRS investigation – for supposedly violating the “separation of church and state” by telling his congregation to vote against politicians who don’t support the police.

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If there's anything for which President Joe Biden is more famous than his terrible policy decisions, it's his penchant for gaffes - and Tuesday was no exception.

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President Joe Biden claimed during his anti-Second Amendment remarks Tuesday that an AR-15 shoots bullets that “travel 5 times as rapidly as a bullet shot out of any other gun.”

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Californians are once again being asked to temporarily stop charging their planet-saving electric vehicles and crank their thermostat up to astronomically high temperatures during a heat wave that’s expected to last through Labor Day – and which will likely disrupt the state’s energy grid.

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President Joe Biden appeared to threaten with military force those Americans who want to retain their Second Amendment rights to protect themselves from a tyrannical government, telling them they’ll “need an F-15” if they plan to defeat their armed government.

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Google Play, one of the most widely used digital distribution services in the world, has officially banned former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social app from its platform.

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If you’re a working class citizen struggling to pay your bills, fill up your gas tank, and send your kids to a halfway decent school, just know that even on your toughest day, you’re still not as oppressed as a black, female recording artist worth millions of dollars living in a mansion in Beverly Hills. 

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New York is now banning the sale of whipped cream canisters to anyone under the age of 21 in an attempt to stop kids from using them to get high.