Posts From Teri Christoph

Teri Christoph
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Teri Christoph is one of the original founders of Smart Girl Politics. In addition to her work at SGP, Teri is a full-time fundraiser for conservative candidates and causes. She lives in Leesburg, VA, with her husband and four children. You can contact Teri at teri@smartgirlpolitics.org.

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Ep. 46: Lasik, the Loony Left, and the Curious Case of Otto Warmbier

Lasik, the unhinged left’s role in the shooting of Steve Scalise, and the curious case of UVA student Otto Warmbier.

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Ep 44: Fidget Spinners, Homemade Slime and Squatty Potties

April is back! This week, she joins Kira and Teri to talk about the utter stupidity of Kathy Griffin, fun times in the Indy 500 infield, and the scourge of

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Ep 43: Could Air Drops of Blue Jeans and Coca-Cola Save the World?

Teri and Kira discuss the starring role Melania’s hand played in Trump’s first overseas trip and how her fashion choices always send a subtle message.

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Episode #42: Five Guys is Better Than In-N-Out

A new poll – and everyone knows polling is never wrong – shows Americans prefer Five Guys over In-N-Out.

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Ep. 41: Why the entire nation needs to be cupped liked Michael Phelps

Apparently, you can culturally appropriate margaritas and other delicious Mexican foods. Go figure.

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Ep. #40: One Does NOT Approve of Kimmel’s Comments and Abusive YouTubers

Would the royal family approve of Jimmy Kimmel politicizing his son’s birth? One would think not.

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Episode #39: Your Genital Preferences Offend Me

The joys of Ebates, breaking free from the Kohl’s Cash loop, the real reason ESPN is failing, Bill Nye the Political Guy, and genital preferences.

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The Badass Girl and the Menacing Bull Represent America’s Gender War

The artwork on Wall Street known as ‘Fearless Girl’ could not be a more apt physical manifestation of America’s gender war.

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Ep. 38: Who’s Watching All Those Adam Sandler Movies, Anyway?

Topics include why Bill O’Reilly had to go, Adam Sandler’s domination of Netflix, and why the hell it costs $36,000 to throw a wedding.