Mollie Hemingway
Mollie Hemingway
Mollie Hemingway, Senior Editor
mzhemingway@thefederalist.com
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 mzhemingway@thefederalist.com
SalesForce CEO: I Can Do Business With Communist China, But Not Indiana

SalesForce CEO Marc Benioff is pulling business out of Indiana because of a new religious liberty bill. He’s staying in China, which tortures people.

Obama’s Bowe Bergdahl Gambit Was Wrong But It Kind Of Worked

Obama painted Bowe Bergdahl as a hero when swapped for five high-ranking Taliban. Even though he’s now charged with desertion, they kind of got away with it

Cosmopolitan: Kill Your Unborn Baby If You Want. Just Don’t Smoke While Pregnant.

Cosmopolitan says unborn babies don’t like it when their mothers smoke. Sounds legit. So why is Cosmo fine with those same babies being killed in utero?

With Race Together, Starbucks Is Using Worst Of Evangelical Practices

In 2004, a pilot asked Christian passengers to spend their flight conversing with non-Christians. Starbucks copied that for its Race Together campaign.

Human Trafficking Filibuster Proves Abortion Lobby Controls Democrats

Democrats loved an anti-human trafficking bill until abortion rights groups demanded they fight it over a popular provision. Most complied immediately.

Want More Sex? Ignore Sheryl Sandberg and Her Silly Talk About Choreplay

Sheryl Sandberg says applying feminism to chores will lead to more sex. The study she cites actually says traditional gender roles lead to more sex.

‘The Jinx': Hot Mic Confession Or Not, Robert Durst Will Probably Skate

“What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course,” said Robert Durst. But is it enough to convict? Not by a long shot.

A Line Edit Of Hillary Clinton’s Disastrous Email Press Conference

Hillary Clinton gave a press conference about how and why she built a private server for her government communications. It went poorly. This poorly.

Anatomy Of A Smear: The Media Vs. Republican Senators On Iran Letter

The media are very upset about GOP Senators’ open letter to Iran explaining U.S. law. That’s fine, but they don’t get to make up stories out of whole cloth.

Bribes Disguised As Charitable Gifts: Hillary Clinton’s Possible Legal Trouble

Hillary Clinton’s foundation says the money Algeria gave it was for a charitable cause, not favorable treatment. But plenty of bribes are given as charity.

No, Florida State Government Did Not Ban The Term ‘Climate Change’

If Florida banned the terms “climate change” and “global warming” why do state department searches for those words return hundreds of results?

It’s Time To Close The Snow Shoveling Gender Gap

Feminists find some gender gaps more troubling than others. Here are two worth focusing on: workplace fatality gender gaps and the snow shoveling gender gap

1996 Called, Wants Its Clinton Fundraising And Document Scandals Back

Clinton fundraising and document scandals are the gifts that keep on giving. In this case, guess who had a secret email account stashed with Benghazi info.

Questioning Patriotism, Accusations Of Racism: 2 Sides Of Same Sinful Coin

Media were apoplectic when Guiliani questioned Obama’s patriotism, ignoring similar slurs against conservatives. But they themselves love crying racism.

Cruz on Clinton: U.S. Leaders Shouldn’t Be On Payroll Of Foreign Nations

Ted Cruz says cronyism is a big enough problem in government, but no president or secretary of state should be taking cash from foreign governments.

We Don’t Have A Wage Gap Problem, But Hollywood And The White House Do

Patricia Arquette railed against wage gaps in her Oscar speech. They don’t actually exist in the real world. But they do in Hollywood (and the White House).

‘Fifty Shades’ A Cry For Help From Women Betrayed By Feminism

Horribly written and emotionally stunted, Fifty Shades of Grey reflects a world where women are frustrated by the consequences of feminism.

Brian Williams Is No Exception. Media Lying, Exaggeration Are The Rule

Why should Brian Williams be taking so much heat for his untrue stories? Lying about, distorting and exaggerating the news is what our media do every day.

Introducing The Inaugural Federalist Mac And Cheese Summit

Michelle Obama says processed mac and cheese is not food. Federalist editors and writers debate her claim for hours. It got surprisingly heated.

A Sex Week For The Rest Of Us

Colleges set aside something called “Sex Week,” where they bring in sex toy dealers and porn stars to troll campus conservatives. We do it differently.

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