Last night on The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert talked about one of the big electoral problems facing the Republican Party in this Fall's election: the youth vote. But the Republicans have a plan to attract younger support. A new
magazine magazine-like PDF is now available was released and then quickly pulled from the Internets after a Buzzfeed post about it went viral.
BuzzFeed/The Conservative Teen
Buzzfeed's post pointed out several of the
ridiculous interesting headlines the currently available magazine has no longer available magazine-like PDF had to offer. Here you see one such example.
The web address (TheConservativeTeen.com) where the
magazine is magazine-like PDF was available now hilariously inexplicably takes you to the site of the SPCA of Texas, a "local, independent non-profit animal welfare organization serving North Texas, funded by the generosity of the community." Nothing wrong with that.
I actually called the SPCA of Texas and talked with a very nice spokeswoman named Lacy Ball. I explained to her this interesting circumstance. She then tried entering TheConservativeTeen.com into her web browser and sure enough... it redirected to her own organization's website. When I asked her why this might be, she laughed and told me, "This is a very interesting situation that we have never encountered before."
Ms. Ball also told me she would reach out to her IT department, and if she found out anything more she would get back to me. I will add an update if we learn anything more.
The SPCA, by the way, takes online donations if you are a Texan (or not) and an animal lover with a few dollars to spare.