Mollie Hemingway
Mollie Hemingway
Mollie Hemingway, Senior Editor
Mollie Ziegler Hemingway is a senior editor at The Federalist. A longtime journalist, her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, the Washington Post, CNN, National Review, GetReligion, Ricochet, Christianity Today, Federal Times, Radio & Records and many other publications. Mollie was a 2004 recipient of a Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellowship. Reach her at
3 Ways Obama’s New Ebola Czar Is Like His Old Ebola Czar

Obama already had an Ebola Czar before he appointed Ron Klain as one. The two have several things in common, beginning with absence from Ebola meetings.

Christians Can’t Accept Houston’s Intimidation Tactics Without Protest

The Houston government’s intimidation attacks on religious liberty are scandalous. Christians have a responsibility to fight them.

President Obama Already Has An Ebola Czar. Where Is She?

Politicians are calling for Obama to appoint an Ebola czar. But he already has one. Her performance should warn us about putting our faith in government.

But Seriously, Would You Admit You Voted For Obama?

Democratic candidate Alison Grimes is being ridiculed for refusing to admit she voted for President Obama. No need to vote for her, but cut her some slack.

Forget The War On Christmas, The War On Advent Is Worse

Every year we’re deluged with calls to end the War on Christmas. But this year’s War on Advent has already begun. You can’t fight one and not the other.

Want To Be Happy For The Rest Of Your Life? Have A Big, Cheap Wedding

The wedding industry suggests spending a ton of cash on a ring and ceremony for marital bliss. Some economists looked into it and say it’s bad advice.

Tom And Jerry Now Has A Trigger Warning. Must Comedy Have Disclaimers?

Do people really need disclaimers to be informed that Tom and Jerry is violent?

The 3 Worst Things About Saturday Night Live’s Season Opener

Even this late in his 2nd term, Saturday Night Live is unable to poke even the slightest bit of fun at President Obama. The rest of the show is weak, too.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Just Trust Me On Those Things I Said, OK?

Neil deGrasse Tyson finally responded to queries about quotes he’s peddled. He’s unable to provide any outside verification but insists his memory is solid.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Really Wants Poor People To Stop Having Babies

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s long-standing focus on how “some” people shouldn’t have babies but should have subsidized abortion is Eugenics 101.

Media In 2014: Who Is Saul Alinsky And Why Should We Care?

When a conservative media outlet published a big scoop about radical organizer Saul Alinsky and Hillary Clinton, the media response was bizarre.

Will Someone Explain Christianity To The New York Times?

The New York Times’ ongoing confusion about Easter is the most curious part of its general confusion about Christianity and what it means.

Proof That Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome Is Real

Sarah Palin is a good way to tease out Freudian levels of weirdness. But why are conservative women such a threat? Is it their embrace of life?

The View From Hell: Nicolle Wallace And Hostility To Conservative Women

In what world is Nicole Wallace a good representative for conservative women? Her debut featured her trademarked and tiresome bashing of Sarah Palin.

Let’s Rethink The Reaction To Ted Cruz’s Persecuted Christians Speech

Lost in the bitter fights over Ted Cruz’s speech to persecuted Christians was the fact that all sides had valid arguments. Consider what you missed.

Ted Cruz Is No Hero For Insulting A Room Of Persecuted Christians

Fighting global persecution of Christians should be a top priority for Sen. Ted Cruz. What he chose to do when addressing the important topic was misguided.

Why Must Our Foreign Policy Debate Be Controlled By The Extremes?

One can acknowledge ISIS is a global threat without claiming Dick Cheney was right about everything. We need more middle ground on foreign policy.

A Tribute To Truett Cathy, America’s Greatest Entrepreneur

Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy died this morning. Even if he’d just invented that amazing chicken sandwich, he would be awesome. But he did so much more.

This Map Shows What’s Wrong With Feminist Approaches To Labor Choices

The message from the feminist Institute for Women’s Policy Studies is clear: If you work inside the home, you’re a failure.

7 Important Things Slate Misses In Its Attack On Home-Cooked Meals

Slate published a piece that argued home-cooked meals were too stressful to prepare. They are a lot of work, but here’s what Slate missed.

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