When the news broke that Hillary Clinton’s troubles were not over, her friends and defenders did not take the news very well.
When my brother graduated from college in Boston, we made a beer run and picked up Dogfish Head IPA for his celebratory party. I had it again when I married, and again when I saluted the birth of my firstborn.
The FBI is reportedly going to reopen its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server during her tenure as secretary of State.
‘We’re a nation of laws, not men. . . We have laws, and we apply them universally and equally for all people.’
Mary Katharine Ham hosts the second annual Halloween edition of the Federalist Radio Hour.
YouTube just censored another one of Prager University’s educational videos, and this time they went after one criticizing censorship.
ThinkProgress’s Zack Ford thinks using pronouns that align with a trans person’s biological sex is like calling an African-American the n-word.
Liberals argue that it’s time to raise the mandate ‘tax’ to compel holdouts to participate. Once again, Obamacare’s imaginary tax becomes a penalty.
Feminists often make the mistake of equating domesticity with servitude. But if women enjoy cooking for their families, they shouldn’t abandon the kitchen.
In a time of disillusionment and anxiety, nostalgia for the 1940s reveals our desire to visit a time and people of whom we could be proud.
After reading Naomi Riley’s ‘The New Trail of Tears,’ one wonders: How many more American Indians have to be beaten, raped, and burned before we are ready to talk about why?
‘If I have been focused on an establishment, it has been the monolithic one in Middle Eastern Studies, not the varied one in Washington. There you at least get some turnover.’
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.
Colleges and universities are not holding up their end of the bargain in preparing students well for civic life. But they can change that.
‘The Small Dollar Lending Rule’ would put massive restrictions on the short-term, high-risk loan industry—an industry that millions of Americans rely on.
Let’s take a trip through the Hundred Acre Wood.
Evan Smith, CEO and co-founder of The Texas Tribune, talks politics and media on the Federalist Radio Hour with Ben Domenech.
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