Alexandra Petri, writer and blogger at the Washington Post, explains the comedic challenge of parodying Donald Trump on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
“In terms of popular understanding of and loyalty to the democratic republic, we are slipping,” Kesler said.
Mac Donald discussed the “Ferguson Effect”, discretionary policing, Freddie Gray, the broken windows theory, and what policing is becoming in Chicago, Detroit, and other urban areas.
“You have a right to say what you believe, and I have a right”
Atlantic writer, Clare Foran, shares stories from the democratic campaign trail and the political social media war zone.
Joel Gehrke, political reporter for the Washington Examiner, reports on bills and filibusters on the hill this week as a response to Orlando and the call for gun control.
Alex Isenstadt, reporter at Politico, returned from Mitt Romney’s meeting in Utah and shares what leaders were feeling about Trump and the future of their party.
A Former Navy SEAL explains why, in the wake of the Orlando attack, an AR-15 is an American’s best chance at surviving in an age of terrorism.
Yuval Levin joins Federalist Radio Hour to explain why baby boomers on both sides of the aisle long for America of the past.
‘Do you want a fighting chance or not?’
Free Beacon Media Analyst explains what the mainstream media’s coverage of Trump has changed in a matter of weeks.
A judge threw out misdemeanor charges against David Daleiden, the man behind the undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s organ-trafficking scheme.
The Federalist Radio Hour heard from several journalists and national security experts in attempting to debrief and understand the terrorist attack in Orlando.
J.C. Derrick from World Magazine reports the ties he finds between Clinton Foundation donors and policy decisions made under Secretary Clinton
Can past presidential elections tell Americans anything about the future of our two-party system?
Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders in the hotly contested California primary and will likely be the Democratic nominee for president.
Mike Warren from The Weekly Standard joins the Federalist Radio Hour to describe just how different 2016 is from the 2012 election.
Why do Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and the city of Austin hate Uber?
A hacker on Tuesday morning compromised the NFL’s official Twitter account and posted a message that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell had passed away.
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