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On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice and Staff Writer Jordan Davidson break down how the failed recall of California Gov. Gavin Newsom cemented the state as a leftist paradise.
Democrats now think the more people are unvaccinated it somehow will help them in the midterms which begs the question are they botching things on purpose plus the divisions within the democrat party are deep.
Nicaragua has descended into political crisis as the socialist regime of President Daniel Ortega has arrested many presidential candidates and other opposition figures. Others have simply “gone missing.” Meanwhile, the Biden Administration has responded to this radical anti-democratic crackdown with utter silence. In response to this situation, Heritage is proud to welcome Berta Valle and Vicky Cardenas, the wives of jailed […]
Join Jim and Greg as they welcome the partnership among the U.S., the United Kingdom, and Australia that will allow Australia to have nuclear submarines and hopefully pose a deterrent to China in the region. They’re also glad to see special counsel John Durham is still alive and planning to indict a lawyer in connection […]
A “who’s who” of entertainment and society gathered in New York City on Monday night for the annual Met Gala. From entertainers and artists such as Rihanna and Justin Bieber to Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, the red carpet oozed with notable celebrities. Among the elite crowd was Rep. […]
Craig, Kyle, and Ryan discuss The Book of Three, by Lloyd Alexander. This is an absolute classic of kids’ fantasy, and they’re here to see if it holds up as adults. Answer? Definitely. There’s fun to be had here for readers of just about any age, and we’ll be having fun for four more books […]
As debate rages in Congress over spending packages and election reform bills, Senate confirmations for President Joe Biden’s executive branch nominees continue to move forward. Some higher profile nominees—such as Neera Tanden as director of the Office of Management and Budget and David Chipman as director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and […]
What do we know about regugees and the process of identifying, screening and resettling people from foreign lands who cannot go back home? For Jaisang Sun, research associate at The Immigrant Learning Center's Public Education Institute, and the guest on this week’s episode of JobMakers, correcting misinformation and disinformation about refugees is paramount, especially today with the potential for an influx of refugees who […]
Summary The “public charge” doctrine – meaning that a person likely to have to be supported by taxpayers (a public charge) should not be permitted to immigrate – is one of the oldest elements of American immigration policy. Colonial Massachusetts enacted the earliest public charge law in 1645, while the first immigration law at the […]
The left has always idolized Dr.Fauci but recently they have taken it to a new extreme. This week The Guardian gave Dr.Fauci the title of “sexiest man alive” and all The Chicks can really do is laugh. If he were a Republican he would be in court right now for all the lies he’s told […]
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, evolutionary biologists and podcast hosts Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying join Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss their book “A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life.”
Tech issues attacked The King of Stuff, scrapping the planned interview, so Jon flies solo, talking about Gen. Milley’s backchannel talks with the Chinese military, DC’s failed Covid response, and gives tribute to his favorite comedian, Norm Macdonald. Instead of recommending a song this week, Jon recommends the comic’s brilliant memoir-cum-novel, Based on a True […]
The feds are getting ready to regulate crypto currency and academia is completely broken as they now say that being respectful in class, behaving yourself and overall good manners are now….you guessed it, racist. Bigotry of low expectations.
Democrats are losing hispanics all over the country and they refuse to understand why which is great for the GOP plus we should be happy warriors as we fight the left and not insufferable jackasses.
Today's ID the Future continues a lively and cordial conversation between atheist Michael Shermer and Stephen Meyer, author of Return of the God Hypothesis: Three Scientific Discoveries That Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe. In this segment of the four-part series, Shermer and Meyer discuss a fourth argument for theism, the moral law within. Then they discuss the […]
It has been over a year since the signing of the National Security Law in Hong Kong, effectively ending Hong Kong's autonomy. While much of the focus has been on the diplomatic and political implications, there is very little analysis on the law's impact on the business community in Hong Kong. Has the law impacted […]
This summer, Professor Jennifer Mascott joined the Gray Center as its new Co-Executive Director. With school back in session, and the Center's fall programs underway, Jenn visited the podcast for a conversation with our other Co-Executive Director, Adam White. They discussed her current research interests, her recent experience in the Justice Department, and her plans […]
The heading of this episode tells you the necessary: John Bolton discusses Afghanistan with Jay. Bolton has served in the national-security field for many years, including as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and national-security adviser to the president. His memoirs are “Surrender Is Not An Option” and “The Room Where It Happened.” With Jay, […]
Inez interviews Rebeccah Heinrichs, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and an adjunct professor at the Institute of World Politics, a graduate school for national affairs. She specializes in national security, international relations, arms control, and missile defense, and she has served as an expert in that capacity in the U.S. House of Representatives. […]
Jim and Greg are fascinated to see public opinion catching up with the troubling performance of President Biden, especially among independents and women. They also groan as California voters overwhelmingly vote to keep Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democrats are likely to see the results as proof of support for their radical agenda. And they hammer […]
California Gov. Gavin Newsom easily survives the effort to recall him from office. Are there lessons for Republicans ahead of the 2022 midterms here? Also, the revelations in a forthcoming book that Gen. Mark Milley conducted his own foreign policy and violated the chain of command under Donald Trump.
This week on “The Learning Curve,” guest co-host Jason Bedrick and co-host Gerard Robinson talk with Dr. Leon Kass, MD, the Addie Clark Harding Professor Emeritus in the Committee on Social Thought and the College at the University of Chicago. Dr. Kass describes the important pieces of wisdom and humanity people today can still learn from reading the Book of Genesis, the topic of […]
After President Joe Biden finished his speech last Thursday evening announcing new COVID-19 vaccine mandates, a reporter called out, “Is this constitutional?” Biden, leaving the room, did not stop to answer. The president's new vaccine mandate directs the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, part of the Labor Department, to require all organizations with 100 […]
“Crisis” is a catch-all phrase used in modern rhetoric typically attached to any movement or belief that aims to point out an issue. However, it is as important as ever to rationally conclude what constitutes a crisis, and to what extent eras of “crises” defend government intervention. In this episode, Acton Institute's research associate […]
In the past, great inventions like the internal combustion engine and electrification had huge economic and societal impacts. Today, computing power continues to advance at an exponential rate and artificial intelligence promises to revolutionize the future. But will these innovations transform American society? Or will pessimism and fear slow the pace of technological progress? My […]
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Josh Denny, host of “Next Week Tonight,” joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to reflect on the state of comedy and how Norm Macdonald’s passing will affect comics around the globe.
Democrats need Trump on the ballot to generate enthusiasm, tips on how to actually run for office and details about General Milley subverting chain of command to alert the Chinese if Trump decided to attack.
On the inaugural episode of the new First Things podcast “The Editor’s Desk,” Russell Reno interviews Daniel Lipinski about his recent article, “Common Good Republicans.” They discuss the past and future of pro-life politics in both the Democratic and Republican parties.
AOC wears “tax the rich” dress to MET gala. Maybe that $30,000 ticket could have been put to better use AOC? Rick Scott grills Anthony Blinken on Hunter Biden, and more! My Pillow https://mypillow.com/chicks Get the new MySlippers at 50% off with promo code CHICKS. Genucel https://lovegenucel.com/chicks Look your best all summer long! The Association […]
Today’s podcast takes up the dishonesties of Secretary of State Blinken, the self-discrediting idea of “over the horizon” intelligence, fake polls supporting a president whose poll numbers have gotten very bad, and a horrible and instructive event at Barnard College involving observant Jews being told to violate the tenets of their faith to fill out […]
Freddy Gray sits down with The Spectator’s economics editor Kate Andrews to discuss the American economy. During the pandemic, inflation grew rapidly – but the latest reports show that it is on its way down again. Is this just a dip before another spike? And is the Met Gala the right venue for championing the […]
Join Jim and Greg as they react to Chinese state media open talking about flying jets over Taiwan, solidifying sovereignty, and warning other nations not to recognize Taiwan. They also groan as Secretary of State Antony Blinken keeps talking about his expectations that the Taliban will allow freedom of travel and right for women and […]
Conservatives often feel in the minority on social media. New social media platforms are beginning to emerge, however, that say they can better protect free speech online. Freddy Gray speaks to Jason Miller, CEO of the new social media platform Gettr, about what needs to be done differently, whether it’s possible to get a diversity […]
The left is the dominant force in media today. Leftists control all the levers of cultural power, from the TV writers’ room to the film sets in Hollywood. These leftists use their cultural power to dictate what you can and can’t see. The latest casualty is an episode of the hit sitcom “The Office,” […]
Hubwonk host Joe Selvaggi talks with author and former MassPort CEO Virginia Buckingham about her recently released book, On My Watch: A Memoir, which chronicles her experience leading the organization through 9/11 and the life and leadership lessons learned from that tragic day. Guest: A native New Englander, Virginia Buckingham was the first woman to […]
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his recent reporting trip to Alaska where natural resource conflicts have taken over the state’s politics. Justice visited oil drilling sites and a remote southwest Alaskan village that is effectively banned from harvesting their massive […]
After weeks of working around the clock, Sara was able help a number of Afghan allies and their families escape from the terror of the Taliban. This past weekend, Sara and her family drove to Fort Dix, New Jersey to visit one of those dear friends and his family. She shares that joyful moment with […]
As summer slides into autumn GLoP eases into a decidedly laid back edition. Rob goes from the wilds of Alaska to the beaches of the Virgin Islands while John and Jonah go from hot to cold on supposedly classic films like The Searchers, Citizen Kane and Vertigo. There’s also an appreciation of the film Road […]
Today's ID the Future spotlights the first part of a lively and cordial conversation between host and atheist Michael Shermer and Stephen Meyer, author of Return of the God Hypothesis: Three Scientific Discoveries That Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe. In this first of the four-part series, the two touch on everything from Meyer's three […]
Texas has figured out how to purge the state or progressives and every red state should take notes plus a conversation with Todd Staton on the problems with Biden’s use of OSHA in his vaccine mandate.
This week, Eric Kohn, Stephen Barrows, and Dan Churchwell discuss the new vaccine mandate President Joe Biden has announced for businesses larger than 100 employees, to be administered by OSHA. In what ways are they failing to consider the role of incentives, and what unintended consequences might this effort have? Will it just drive people […]
Excuse the nationalistic pride, but James and Toby celebrate Emma Raducanu’s triumph in the U.S. Open Women’s Final but bemoan the way it was immediately politicised. But that gives way to the despair of this government’s Covid policy with passports and vaccines for healthy children. In Culture Corner Toby watches THE Suicide Squad while James […]