Ben Domenech and Mary Katharine Ham recap the President’s State of the Union address on Tuesday and what kind of impact it will have, if any at all.
During Rep. Joe Kennedy’s response to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, the Democratic congressman got wrecked on the Internet.
As is often the case, I don’t agree with everything President Trump said in his State of the Union. But overall, it was a very strong speech.
Jimmy Kimmel’s interview will not make the point that we should all expect better of the president, or hold up fidelity as an expected norm in marriage.
A septuagenarian former Kentucky governor was a laudable recognition by the Democratic Party of who it needs to reach and a devastating admission of how ill-equipped they are to do so.
As ugly and stupid as partisanship can be, the lack of it would be far more destructive. Nowhere has this been more evident than during the Obama years.
Congressman Mark Sanford and Washington Free Beacon Editor in Chief Matthew Continetti join the Federalist Radio Hour.
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.
Let’s look back on all the other things Obama has promised in the past seven State of the Union addresses.
Contrary to the president’s State of the Union assurances, Iran has exploited loopholes to keep progress on its nuclear program very much un-halted.
President Obama’s version of “middle class economics” was more about paying people’s bills with other people’s money and less about fostering job creation and income growth.
Mr. President, I don’t give a damn about national economic priorities for other people. I am concerned with my family’s priorities for our children.
It’s time for Republicans to channel their inner Jafar and get sneaky about Democrat attempts to buy votes through never-ending college subsidies.
The spectacle that is State of the Union address is a relatively modern invention of the television era. President Obama should pare it down.
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Most conservatives are not purists who reject any government role in leveling the playing field. But once we accept some redistribution, we need a limiting principle.
A foreign policy seriously intended to restore the respect and geopolitical balance on which peace depends would have to return to fundamentals.
President Obama exaggerated Obamacare’s success in the State of the Union. So far, there isn’t much to brag about.
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Unfortunately for the White House, many of its claims about the minimum wage are divorced from reality.
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