Americans should not be forced to consume only news sources and conversations that are on the Department of Justice’s approved list.
Bridget Phetasy, writer for Mel Magazine and Playboy, joins Ben Domenech for a discussion on modern dating and the future of Playboy.
More than anything, ‘Scrubs’ is the story of how J.D.’s entrance into the adult world was shaped and supported by his friends.
Jerry Springer Congress is the worst Congress, and I won’t watch it. Just evaluate the facts and vote.
Where is the line between tech companies legitimately attempting to monetize their services through targeted advertising and outright predatory invasions of personal privacy?
Even very smart critics can reflexively talk as if social media is the ultimate in digital living. Yet today, news keeps rolling in that would make calmer people draw a much different conclusion.
As the trustworthiness of news outlets is under constant assault by President Trump, partisans of all stripes, and the public, the Washington Post’s article adds credence to charges of ‘fake news.’
Critics are calling for Congress to force the popular platforms to open their codebooks. This would be bad for those companies and for consumers.
We are all capable of indescribable evil. And yet God chose to love us.
Verified Twitter accounts spread a rumor that Republican operative Zina Bash subtly displayed a white power symbol as she sat behind Brett Kavanaugh during the long hearing.
Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt and First Amendment expert Greg Lukianoff join Federalist Radio to discuss what’s happening in both child development and on college campuses.
The right to anonymous speech is God-given and inalienable. The right to a response is not. Engaging anonymous Twitter users is far more dangerous than useful.
Yes, social media companies are biased against conservatives. But no, they will not successfully stand athwart the conservative message.
‘Rapid-onset gender dysphoria’ may be a social contagion linked with having friends who identify as LGBT, an identity politics culture, and an increase in internet use, finds a Brown University study.
The president is clearly on to something about Google rigging their searches against conservatives. But his solution will only make the problem worse.
Kara Swisher, Executive Editor of Recode, joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss a platform’s right to ban users and other issues facing Silicon Valley’s tech giants.
If you really want to persuade people, avoid arguing on social media and invest in education, community, and real-life conversations.
Author Dan Darling joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss what happens when a society forgets the value of human dignity.
Bill Maher is one of the last defenders of free speech who understands that banning the crackpots and the “wrongthink” from the public square is inherently bad for us all.
Because I’m desperately, epically isolated, I find it hard to determine whether something I write is offensive to the public, whose tastes are always changing, and who are generally stupid.
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