Betsy Woodruff joins Federalist Radio Hour to talk about Obama lifting an arms embargo in Vietnam and other breaking stories of Hillary Clinton’s corruption.
Emily Yahr, pop culture and entertainment reporter at the Washington Post, breaks down this season of reality and prime time television.
The Daily Beast’s Shane Harris gives the Federalist Radio Hour the latest updates in foreign and domestic security affairs.
The Daily Caller’s Jamie Weinstein joined the Federalist Radio hour to talk 2016 and more.
A Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton general election would be a tight race, says Josh Kraushaar on Federalist Radio.
Today on Federalist Radio, Emily Washington explains the intersection of free markets and urban planning.
John Tamny joins Federalist Radio to explain credit, markets, and how Uber’s pricing is the exact opposite of the Fed.
Returning from North Carolina, Kelsey Harkness shares reports from the the front line of the transgender bathroom bills and policy pushes.
Molly Ball explains how the Republican party is dealing with their nominee who is at odds with so much of the party and it’s leaders.
Matt Battaglia reviews “Captain America: Civil War” and other trends coming out of the comic book industry.
Cato’s Caleb Brown talks class and wealth, pop culture and Hank Hill, and more on Federalist Radio.
Today on Federalist Radio, Jonathan Last explains the politics of Iron Man v. Superman and the satire of Barbie’s Netflix movies.
How is Shakespeare is still applicable to pop culture and what does his work teach our statesmen and community leaders?
Author F.H. Buckley explains how and why America must return to the ways of it’s past.
After Ben Sasse’s open letter on Facebook to the rest of America who wants a third candidate, Tracinski and Domenech discuss what that would take to become plausible.
Matt Lewis predicts the inevitable Trump-Clinton election, the future of the Republican Party, and the role of the media on Federalist Radio
Political commentator Andrea Tantaros discusses what the feminist movements of previous generations got wrong.
Steve Hilton thinks that change to our political system is possible, but it starts on a human scale, not an institutional level.
Here’s what economist Deirdre McCloskey had to say about socialism, progressives, and Flint, Michigan.
“Our riches were made not by piling brick on brick, bank balance on bank balance, but by piling idea on idea.”
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