Our annual Halloween episode explores this year’s best horror entertainment including ‘It’ and ‘Stranger Things.’
In a world uncertain of its male role models, somewhere between toxic masculinity and man buns, there is Max Dennison. Be a Max Dennison.
It’s easy for beer makers to go too far with pumpkin or pumpkin spices. I’ve tracked down one that will make all those sugar-fueled costumed children just a little more bearable.
In this week’s episode of #ProblematicWomen, Kelsey Harkness and Bre Payton discuss the #MeToo campaign and why Disney’s ‘Moana’ is problematic.
‘In my riding boots without any horse, I shall roam farms of idyll, with my iPhone of course.’
Trunk or Treat has quietly overtaken the American suburban neighborhood. Is it for better, or for worse? Depends on your preferences.
Far from being another supposedly stolen pagan holiday, Halloween has always been tied to Christianity.
Mary Katharine Ham hosts the second annual Halloween edition of the Federalist Radio Hour.
There are times to make a point, and there are times to hand over a Snickers. Halloween is a time for the latter.
El Día de los Muertos teaches the world about the authentic Christian fusion of sorrow and joy, grieving and partying.
Knowing how to respond to these circus-from-hell freaks is, like many moral quandaries, rather difficult.
A genuinely frightening monster is one in which we meet the enemy and he is us.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi talk politics, presidents, beer and more on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Special guests join the Federalist Radio Hour for a festive and spooky seasonal episode.
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