David Harsanyi
David Harsanyi
David Harsanyi, Senior Editor
David Harsanyi is a senior editor at The Federalist. Harsanyi is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of three books. His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Weekly Standard, National Review, Reason, New York Post, and numerous other publications. David has appeared on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, ABC World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News and dozens of radio talk shows across the country. Reach him at dharsanyi@thefederalist.com
Obama Puts The Republic Out Of Its Misery

All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States – unless the President says it’s important

Let’s Face It, The Two-State Solution Is Dead (And Obama Helped Kill It)

It’s time to stop pretending that Palestinians are ready for a state. It’s not going to happen.

Obama’s Executive Overreach Is More Dangerous Than Amnesty

The GOP not only has a strong political reason to fight Obama on executive abuse, they have a constitutional responsibility, as well.

The U.S.–China Climate Change Deal Is Terrible. Fortunately, It Doesn’t Matter

There are two major problems with the climate change agreement: We’re not really doing anything we weren’t going to do anyway. Either is China.

Democrats Finally Tell Us The Truth About Obamacare

If you oppose Obamacare you’re not only cruel but possibly an accessory to murder.

Democrats: History Is On Our Side. History: Good Luck With That.

If many liberals seem unconcerned about their party’s future, it’s only because they’ve coalesced around a comforting notion: History belongs to us.

Obama: F*** It, I’m Doing Amnesty

In his post-midterm press conference today, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his commitment to taking executive action on immigration, “before the end of the year.”

The Republican Wave Debunked Four Myths About The Obama Era

There will be plenty of time to take deep dives into the meaning of the Republican midterm blowout.

No Senate Race Illustrates Obama’s Failures More Than Gardner’s Colorado Win

Republican congressman Cory Gardner’s victory over Democratic Senator Mark Udall is far bigger deal than the media is leading on.

New Dem Theory: If The GOP Wins, It’s Only Because The Media Gave Them A Free Pass

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the years, it’s that the media is always going soft on Republicans.

With Defeat Looming, Democrats Retreat Into Fantasy

How do Democrats mollify the progressive soul? They invent an alternative universe.

If The U.S. Is Going To Pick Sides On Jerusalem, It Should Pick The Right One

Jews are buying houses in Jerusalem. Call an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council, pronto!

Obama Administration Finally Identifies The Middle East’s Biggest Problem: Israel

You know what is unmistakably anti-Israel? Gloating about how you’ve strong-armed the country into living with a nuclear Iran.

In Defense Of A Jeb Bush Candidacy

Jeb Bush is “establishment,” but is he really any more distasteful than other GOP moderate contenders?

No, Democrats Haven’t Won The Culture War

In Politico, Bill Scher prematurely declares that the GOP has lost the culture war. It’s wishful thinking.

Why Doesn’t Mark Udall Have To Answer For His Extremism?

You know what’s less popular than Personhood initiatives, Mark Udall? Third-trimester abortions.

Stop Calling It Marriage Equality

All you’ve done is redefine the parameters of marriage. You support gay marriage, not “marriage equality.”

Why Bobby Jindal’s Hawkish Alarmism Falls Flat

You can’t fix education or poverty or health care by throwing money at the problem, but apparently defense is exempt from fiscal conservatism.

The CDC Doesn’t Have A Funding Problem. It Has A Mission Creep Problem

If the CDC loses its grip on Ebola, it will have nothing to do with “austerity” and everything to do with its own failures.

Want To Be Radical? Invite A Conservative To Your College

The perverted habit of glorifying people like Mumia Abu-Jamal has been part of tedious campus “radicalism” for the past 45 years.

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