Sean Davis
Sean Davis
Sean Davis, Co-Founder
Sean Davis is a co-founder of The Federalist. He previously worked as an economic policy adviser to Gov. Rick Perry, as CFO of Daily Caller, and as chief investigator for Sen. Tom Coburn. He was named by The Hill as one of the top congressional staffers under the age of 35 for his role in spearheading the enactment of the law that created Sean received a BBA in finance from Texas Tech University and an MBA in finance and entrepreneurial management from the Wharton School. He can be reached via e-mail at
Facebook’s Big Meeting With Conservatives Is A Textbook Con Job

Facebook routinely blacklisted conservative outlets and now it’s hoping a single meeting with Mark Zuckerberg will con conservatives into thinking he cares.

Facebook’s Trending Topics Executive Is A Big Hillary Clinton Donor

The Facebook executive in charge of overseeing the company’s Trending Topics product is a big Hillary Clinton donor with a long history of activism.

Donald Trump Thinks Ted Cruz’s Father Killed JFK, And In No Way Does That Make Him A Crazy Person

During an interview on Fox News on Tuesday, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump accused Ted Cruz’s father of being part of the plot to assassinate JFK in 1963.

John Boehner: I Won’t Vote For Ted Cruz Over Hillary

In an interview at Stanford, John Boehner compared Ted Cruz to Lucifer, called him a “son of a bitch,” and said he wouldn’t vote for Cruz against Hillary.

Jimmy Buffett’s Restaurants Have The Same Bathroom Policies As North Carolina

Jimmy Buffett threatened to boycott North Carolina over the state’s bathroom laws, but restaurants licensing his name have the same policies.

Hillary Clinton Is A Weaker Frontrunner Than Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s shenanigans are masking the fact that Hillary Clinton is barely beating a kooky socialist from Vermont.

The Obama White House Just Censored A Foreign Leader Who Mentioned ‘Islamist Terrorism’

The Obama White House censored French president Francois Hollande when he noted Thursday that “Islamist terrorism” is the root of global terrorism.

Here’s The Math On Why Obsessing Over The Florida GOP Primary Makes No Sense

Donald Trump can still be beaten if he wins Florida. But there’s no way to beat him if Republicans sacrifice 259 delegates for a tiny chance at winning Florida.

Super Tuesday’s Results Prove That Trump Can Be Beaten

An analysis of the Super Tuesday results and state delegate tallies shows that Trump is far more vulnerable than he appears. Here’s how he can be beaten.

How To Beat Donald Trump In 4 Simple Steps

The 2016 GOP primary is heating up, and Trump is starting to run with the nomination. It’s not over yet, though. Here’s how to beat Trump in four easy steps.

Can Senate Democrats Force A Vote On Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee?

Senate Democrats are not out of options when it comes to forcing votes on Obama’s eventual nominee to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.

Donald Trump: Cruz Didn’t Win Iowa, He Stole It

Donald Trump accused Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa election from him. “He stole it!” Trump said of Cruz via Twitter on Wednesday morning.

After Covering Up A Murder, Rahm Emanuel Will Headline Conference On Urban Violence, Mistrust Of Police

Rahm Emanuel, the Chicago mayor under fire for covering up the murder of Laquan McDonald, will headline an event on how to make people trust police.

Iran’s Humiliation Of Barack Obama Is Now Complete

This was no friendly maritime assist by Iran. It was a coordinated humiliation of Barack Obama by a regime that has embarrassed the president at every turn.

Iran Captures 10 U.S. Navy Personnel, John Kerry Tweets About Cheese

Iran has captured two U.S. Navy vessels and at least 10 Navy personnel, according to multiple news reports. Meanwhile, John Kerry’s tweeting about cheese.

With The Jackpot At $1.4 Billion, Is It Finally Rational To Purchase A Powerball Ticket?

With the Powerball jackpot now at $1.4 billion, is it finally mathematically rational to purchase a Powerball lottery ticket?

Scientific Journal Publishes Fake Study On Whether Mommy Boo-Boo Kisses Really Work

A peer-reviewed medical journal appears to have published a fake study on whether mommy boo-boo kisses really make their children feel better.

The New York Times Just Memory-Holed This Devastating Obama Admission

On Thursday night, the New York Times published a stunning admission from President Obama. By Friday morning, the entire passage was gone from the story.

4 Things To Watch For During Tonight’s GOP Debate

Republican presidential candidates square off again in a CNN debate on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. EST. With Cruz now up in Iowa, what should we expect?

The New York Times Has No Clue How The 1994 Assault Weapons Ban Worked

The New York Times editorial board has absolutely no clue which guns were covered by the 1994 assault weapons ban. But it decided to attack this gun anyway.