Madeline Orr
Madeline Orr
Madeline
Madeline Orr is the producer of the Federalist Radio Hour.She graduated from Abilene Christian University. Contact her at madeline@thefederalist.com or follow her on Twitter.
How Social Media Impacts Our News Consumption, Behavior, And Productivity

The Federalist Radio Hour explores best practices for work productivity and increasing the value of technological tools in our lives.

Here Are Some Of The Best Tweets From Inauguration Day

If one’s looking for quick and silly, Twitter never lets us down.

Mike Rowe Perfectly Explains Why America Voted For Trump

Mike Rowe shared some of the most reasonable thoughts and reflections on the election we’ve seen from a celebrity yet.

14 Celebrities Who Said They Would Leave The Country If Trump Won

Time to pack your bags!

Thank Truman Capote For Shows Like ‘Making A Murderer’

Today is Truman Capote’s 92nd birthday, and this year marks the 50th anniversary of his great American crime novel, ‘In Cold Blood.’ It may be the first true crime story.

The Factual Feminist: Women In Philosophy, Wage Gaps, And Gender Sterotypes

Christina Hoff Sommers joins Mollie Hemingway on the Federalist Radio Hour.

11 Pictures That Show Why ‘The Rock’ Is A True American Hero

It’s time to Make America Rock Again.

Robby Soave On Libertarian Town Hall And Why Millennials Are Having Less Sex

Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi host today’s Federalist Radio Hour with Robby Soave, associate editor at Reason Magazine.

Matt Schlapp Argues Why Conservatives Should Vote Trump Over Clinton

Is Donald Trump actually a racist? Is a vote for Trump the same as an endorsement?

6 Pokémon You Need To Survive The Last Six Months Of 2016

How did Nintendo know what we would need, and just when we needed it?

Chance The Rapper’s ‘Coloring Book’ Is The Gospel Album Kanye Doesn’t Deliver

Chance The Rapper is the first artist to successfully create rap that speaks to both secular and Christian audiences alike.

The 7 Most Awkward Pro-Hillary Fashion Fails

From celebrities to tacky sweaters, the Clinton campaign is pulling out all the stops, and the results are awkward.

How California Negotiated A Minimum Wage Raise And A Deadlocked Supreme Court

Today’s Federalist Radio Hour explains the why the minimum wage makes it more difficult to find work.

Finally Done With Bachelor Ben, We’re Ready For Bachelorette JoJo

Now that we are done with ‘The Bachelor’ season finale, we can finally talk about the real gem: JoJo.

8 Ways ‘The Bachelor’ Perfectly Explains The 2016 Presidential Race

You wouldn’t believe how many parallels there are between ‘The Bachelor’ and the 2016 presidential race. At least eight, it turns out.

Trump Voters, American Institutions, and Nostalgic Politics with Yuval Levin

“The problems we face are a direct function of how things have changed since mid-century America.”