Republicans scored a huge victory today when the Supreme Court gave them something to scare voters with for a while. Scott Brown is shilling for a health supplement company, and sales should go through the roof once he taps into his lucrative network of kings and queens. Show More Summary
Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown is still hanging out in New Hampshire, where he lost a Senate race last year. It's not clear Brown has any impending electoral plans; he swears he is content collecting bike seats instead of Senate seats for the moment. Brown is working as one of... More »
"His bed-head seems to be working," Outnumbered's Andrea Tantaros replied
Remember that loser Scott Brown? Man, we miss making fun of that guy — for being a Masshole, and then a “virtually born” there phony from New Hampshire, and also pimping his daughters, and partying with the pumpkin riot bros, and then hahahahahahaha getting his butt kicked by New Hampshire Lady Sen. Show More Summary
Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA), who lost a U.S. Senate bid last year in New Hampshire, is now a bike mechanic, according to Seacoast Online. Said Brown: “Back in December, I came in and said, ‘Listen, I don’t need a [...]
Former Senator Scott Brown (R-Northeast) took a swipe at 2016 Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) oft-remarked upon schlumpy demeanor, something he said he noticed during his hot minute in the Senate.
How many 'Fox & Friends' hosts does it take to change a tire? We may never know. Co-hosts Scott Brown and Brian Kilmeade attempted to change the front tire of a car yesterday as part of a "manhood" test to publicize Navy SEAL Derrick Van Orden's Book of Man: A Navy SEAL's Guide to the Lost Art of Manhood. Show More Summary
How many Fox News hosts does it take to change a tire? We may never know because on Tuesday's "Fox & Friends," two of the guys flunked this supposed test of manhood. Cohost Brian Kilmeade and guest host Scott Brown, the former Republican...Show More Summary
Filling in for Steve Doocy on Fox & Friends Tuesday morning, former Republican senator-turned-Fox News contributor Scott Brown shared his thoughts on the state of policing in America following protests in Ferguson, Baltimore and elsewhere. In Brown's view, cops have become too "gun shy," perhaps out of fear that they could shoot and kill an unarmed suspect and face prosecution.
Former senator turned Fox contributor Scott Brown pulled this one out of his posterior this Tuesday morning. After first playing a portion of an interview with one of their favorite black contributors who likes to come on and attackShow More Summary
On Tuesday morning, in a moment of almost poetic beauty, Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade and special guest idiot former Senator Scott Brown teamed up to take a “man test” administered by a former Navy SEAL. Both failed. Read more....
From the May 26 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: Previously: Fox Contributor: Crime Increases When DOJ Investigates Local Police "War On Cops": Fox News Abandons Its Catchphrase When Bike Gangs Threaten Police Fox Completely Distorts Obama's Policy Proposals To Hype Alleged "War On Police" Fox Dismisses Role Of Police Brutality In Sparking Unrest In Baltimore
Captain Scott Brown insists Celtic will not let their focus drop despite securing fourth successive top-flight title.
In Ryan Lizza's extensive New Yorker profile of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), we heard from Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), who, since announcing he will not seek re-election in 2016, has been going all out against Republicans.
Harry Reid really, really doesn't like former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass). After repeatedly clashing with Brown in the Senate, the retiring minority leader took one last shot at him in a New Yorker article about the legacy of Elizabeth Warren, who succeeded Brown in Congress. Show More Summary
Well, he did say “almost” so there’s some wiggle room. Sen. Brown told Alan why he agreed with the GOP Senators sending the letter to Iran, how he would have done better against Sen. Elizabeth Warren if he was supported by more conservatives, and who he sees becoming the GOP nominee for President in 2016, [...]
The path to getting President Obama’s proposal to overhaul the federal student loan programs through Congress may have just gotten a whole lot more complicated. As has been widely reported, Republican Scott Brown’s stunning victory in...Show More Summary
The Massachusetts Republican joins another GOP senator, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, in expressing concerns about a proposal to end federal funding for the organization.
Had to pull over and circle back to get a photo of this abuse. (Thanks, Scott Browne!)
Darren Fletcher says there is no issue between him and Scott Brown over who will captain Scotland against Gibraltar.