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.
Here’s One Remaining Question On The Takedown Of Kevin Hart

What was actually accomplished by pushing Kevin Hart out of hosting the Academy Awards?

A&E’s Docuseries ‘The Clinton Affair’ Illuminates Our Stunted Politics

‘The Clinton Affair’ is a compelling and worthwhile trip down memory lane.

Anticipating Blowback From Feminists, Megan Fox Keeps Me Too Stories Private

Women who diverge at all from progressive dogma don’t feel supported by the people professionally dedicated to the cause of sexual equality. That’s a problem.

Tuesday’s White House Meeting Was A Politico’s Edition Of ‘Real Housewives’

Typically when socialites air their disagreements on national TV, it’s for a ‘Real Housewives’ reunion. But on Tuesday, it was for an Oval Office meeting.

Kevin Hart Missed A Big Opportunity To Stare Down The Outrage Mob

Kevin Hart should be hosting the Oscars. But now he won’t, because of homosexuality-related jokes he made a decade ago.

Why Natalie Portman Was ‘Confused’ By Jessica Simpson’s Virgin Bikini

Madonna’s influence on music and young American women can help explain Natalie Portman and Jessica Simpson’s conflict over a bikini.

Why ‘SNL’ Still Can’t Find Its Footing In The Trump Era

In comedy, self-deprecation is a key byproduct of self-awareness. But there is virtually no serious self-deprecation in partisan politics, because self-deprecation cedes points to your opponent.

A Lot Of Journalists Made The Same Lame Scott Free Joke

President Trump’s strange capitalization habits and persistent spelling errors combined to create a memorable typo Monday morning.

The Furor Over Bans And Speech Codes Is Not Just About Twitter

There are legitimate reasons to worry Twitter’s ostensible placation of progressive activists signals the elite class’ mounting interest in pleasing those who wish to narrow acceptable speech.

The Surprising Maturity Of Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’

For a donut-licking child star, ‘thank u, next’ is surprisingly mature.

What Kind Of Speech Will Ultimately Be Acceptable On Twitter?

If Twitter is with the progressive speech police, it cannot be with anybody else.

Replace Romaine Lettuce With These 15 Better Options

The CDC is saying all romaine lettuce might be contaminated with E. Coli. Throw yours out and consider these other better options.

Why Nitpicking Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Will End Poorly

Populists may often be of dubious credentials, but smug nitpicking from partisans does more to confirm their narratives than undermine them.

CNN Anchor Alisyn Camerota Compares Trump, Kavanaugh To Roger Ailes

It’s hard to see how Alisyn Camerota can cover either man objectively going forward. That probably won’t stop her or CNN though.

Democrats Weren’t So Supportive When A Republican Opened Up About His Finances

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has gotten a lot of support after mentioning her apartment hunting woes. That wasn’t true when Sean Duffy said something similar.

HBO’s ‘Camping’ Really Should Be Better

‘Camping’ is worth watching, but falls short of expectations given the show’s concentration of talent.

What Dolly Parton’s 1978 Wardrobe Malfunction Says About The Plight Of Female Country Artists

Dolly Parton’s classic moment from the CMAs 40 years ago is an important reminder.

VIDEO: Ohio State Protesters Chant ‘John McCain’s Dead’ Outside Ben Shapiro Lecture

Anti-Ben Shapiro protesters rolled out some unsavory chants at Ohio State on Tuesday.

Dan Crenshaw’s Smart Strategy: Engage, Don’t Rage

Raging at culture is the best way for conservatives to get shut out of it. Dan Crenshaw gets it.

Why It’s A Good Thing We Saw Matt Yglesias Support The Mob At Tucker Carlson’s House

Matt Yglesias’s tweet saying he can’t sympathize with Tucker Carlson’s wife hiding from a mob outside her home was obviously wrong-minded and dangerous.