Emily Jashinsky
Emily Jashinsky
emilyjashinsky
Emily Jashinsky is culture editor at The Federalist. She previously covered politics as a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner. Prior to joining the Examiner, Emily was the spokeswoman for Young America's Foundation. She is a regular guest on Fox News and Fox Business, and her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, Real Clear Politics, and more. Emily serves on the Young America's Foundation Board of Directors and the National Journalism Center's Board of Governors. Originally from Wisconsin, she is a graduate of George Washington University.
The Kardashians Have Always Been In On The Joke

If there’s one thread tying together both Oct. 14ths, separated by eleven long years, it’s the theme of self-deprecation.

Here’s What Trump Understands About Kanye West

‘They respect this guy,’ President Trump said of Kanye.

Steve Carell: ‘The Office’ Would Be Too Offensive Today. If So, What’s Left?

Steve Carell just made the best argument for loosening the vice grip of political correctness, and it involves ‘The Office.’

One Of The Best ‘Real Housewives’ Episodes Just Aired On Instagram

The ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ cast had a wild Tuesday night, and it all ended up on Instagram.

It’s Actually Pretty Great To Be A Woman In America

The confluence of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation and the one-year anniversary of Me Too is inspiring a markedly, if expectedly, intense wave of negativity about women’s stature in America.

Taylor Swift’s Real Political Power Is Not In Her Midterm Endorsements

If celebrity endorsements were dealbreakers, Hillary Clinton would have won. And so would have every high-profile Democratic candidate.

Susan Collins Just Leaned In

According to the Left’s dogma, Collins’s bold stance in favor of Kavanaugh amounts to an unforgivable sin, rather than a moment of moral courage.

Why Feminists And Conservatives Should Agree To Talk About Me Too’s ‘Gray Areas’

A widely circulated Jezebel article suggested late last month that Me Too’s next frontier must be ‘the gray areas,’ defined by the author as ‘behavior that is harmful and inequitable but isn’t illegal.’

‘Scrubs’ May Be 17 Years Old, But Its Message On The Value of Social Ties Is More Relevant Than Ever

More than anything, ‘Scrubs’ is the story of how J.D.’s entrance into the adult world was shaped and supported by his friends. 

The Only Thing Funny About ‘Murphy Brown’ Is How Oblivious It Is

The obliviousness of ‘Murphy Brown,’ and its cast of coastal elites, is a case study in why public trust in media has eroded.

From Kavanaugh To Kanye, The SNL Premiere Was A Study In Contrasts

After a summer of politics at its weirdest, the show’s best foot forward amounted to five minutes of mediocrity. For the best in the business, it’s inexcusable— but it’s not inexplicable. 

Brett Kavanaugh’s Testimony Leaves Senators With A Clear Choice

Does an unprovable and uncorroborated allegation that Kavanaugh did a terrible thing as a teenager disqualify him from sitting on the Supreme Court?

Why Bravo’s ‘Play By Play’ Is A Revelation

‘Play by Play’ probably best represents the network’s campaign to make dudes feel okay about having an informed opinion on Vicki Gunvalson’s ‘pattern of loving unavailable men.’

Walker Hayes’ ’90’s Country’ Teems With Self-Defeating Nostalgia

’90’s Country,’ the late-summer single from Walker Hayes, is a clever and catchy nod to a long-gone era in the genre that sounds more like a Jason Mraz song than any of the music it celebrates. 

How Feminists Trap Themselves Inside ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

Had feminism retained any of its edge, these revealing renderings of the handmaid’s uniform would have been standard issue at their protests all along.

Joe Biden Suggests Me Too Should Mean Assuming Accused Men Are Guilty

If we are to develop a process of adjudication in the court of public opinion that does not cheapen real accusations by incentivizing false ones, Joe Biden’s voice warrants a rebuttal.