The 2020 contender thinks waiting in line for food means equitable distribution of wealth. He also has a history of fawning over Fidel Castro.
John McAfee joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss cybersecurity, big government, socialism, and his conflict with the authorities in Belize.
Former Trump national security official Michael Anton has just published a short book, ‘After the Flight 93 Election,’ that further illuminates his hugely influential essay on the 2016 presidential race.
Apparently, Rep. Ilhan Omar tolerates large-scale abuses when they are committed by a far-left thug propped up by Russia, China, and Cuba.
This idea reflects a complete ignorance of the fact that wealth is created, not something that exists in stagnant perpetuity, and that jobs exist to generate that wealth.
At some point, it is worth asking how much of one person’s money is another person entitled to receive? The price of health care must be paid by someone, and there aren’t enough ‘rich’ people to soak.
The West won this fight against socialist utopianism without shedding blood in Europe. Why would we bring those ideas to America?
Calling something a ‘human right’ signifies that it’s no longer legitimate to debate the wisdom and prudence of various strategies for providing that thing.
The sudden outpouring of Democrat support for Nicolas Maduro should concern anyone with a cursory understanding of history.
Let South American powers do the military intervention, carrying the security burden instead of costly American occupation, which will inevitably result in a civil war.
On today’s Federalist Radio Hour, Buck Sexton and Mike Gonzalez discuss what is happening in Venezuela, the Middle East, and the U.S.-Mexican border.
You can’t be morally right and factually wrong at the same time. That’s a big problem for collectivists like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren have expressed sympathy with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s agenda. Is Joe Biden going to have to do some mansplaining?
Even if Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s fever dream were technologically feasible, the burden of funding it would land on the middle class as well as the uber-wealthy.
In the Boston Herald, Michael Graham argues both that ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ is a bad film on a technical level and that its message is bad.
As calls for reduced taxes continue, there will have to be a national discussion regarding welfare spending and other socialist policies.
Underestimating and villainizing an everyman candidate won’t end well. Just look at how the left treated then-candidate Trump.
The public reaction to French President Emmanuel Macron’s fuel tax increase that caused this weekend’s protests is making him even less popular and represents a profound challenge to Macron’s future.
Socialism begins as a form of serfdom, tying people to the government just as medieval landlords tied their serfs to the land.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez invites America to chart a course towards a socialist mirage that barely obscures so many wrecks of nations that have heeded the same call.
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