Adrianna San Marco is a former intern at The Federalist and a sophomore at Syracuse University studying political science. She is senior contributor at Law Enforcement Today and works as a special correspondent at LifeZette. She also engages in conservative activism as a recruitment director for Young Americans for Liberty.
A Politico op-ed on the faith of judicial nominees contains two major factual inaccuracies, both of which the outlet has yet to correct.
A University of North Carolina professor took to Twitter to claim that Republicans have deputized white Americans to murder black Americans.
Guan Lei was arrested during the first court hearing for his alleged ties to China and for obstructing justice after throwing away a hard drive.
On Thursday, Wisconsin Lutheran College gave an update to their Saturday commencement ceremony that announced the decision to change speakers.
State Representative John DeBerry Jr. evoked his family’s history with the civil rights movement, contrasting the peaceful movement to today’s violent riots.
Third wave feminism is especially prevalent during this year’s Women’s Equality Day, and as a woman I cannot support it.
A Syracuse University professor has been put on administrative leave and removed from teaching after calling COVID-19 “Wuhan Flu or Chinese Communist Party Virus.”
NYU students are demanding housing with “floors completely comprised of Black-identifying students with Black Resident Assistants.”
Conditions at Syracuse University are rapidly deteriorating as an increasing number of conservative students question whether it is safe to return in the fall.
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