Allison Schuster is an intern at The Federalist and is also a rising senior at Hillsdale College working toward a degree in politics and journalism. Follow her on Twitter @AllisonShoeStor.
Malcolm Jenkins called the current discussion of DeSean Jackson’s antisemitism a “distraction” from the Black Lives Matter movement.
Goya Foods is facing backlash after its CEO praised Trump for his ability to rebuild the economy at the White House Thursday.
Ideas such as perfectionism, comfort, objectivity, individualism, intellectualization, and even silence are examples of internalized racial superiority, according to city officials.
Journalists, activists, and mob members alike have failed to use legitimate quotes, often leading to putting words in the Founding Fathers’ mouths.
Protesters in Baltimore’s Little Italy spent the evening toppling a Christopher Columbus statue, dragging it to the edge of the city’s Inner Harbor, and dumping it in the water.
While policymakers toy with the idea of a second shutdown, the CDC is reporting a lower death rate even while COVID-19 cases are recently on the rise.
“The tragedy is that we’re traumatizing our young people and doing things that actually make environmental problems worse,” said author Michael Shellenberger.
Harvard University announced it has repealed its policy of discriminating against certain all-female and all-male social groups, notably Greek houses.
Dave Portnoy’s refusal to give into cancel culture and apologize for political incorrectness cements his identity as a cancel culture rebel.
An activist wearing the mask of Gov. Bill Lee lit the flag on fire while others in Handmaid’s Tale costumes chanted and looked on.
There’s been a need for change for years, but Scott said national and state leaders have failed and continue to fail in passing meaningful legislation due to prioritizing politics over people.
‘The FBI report concludes, and photographic evidence confirms, that the garage door pull rope fashioned like a noose had been positioned there since as early as last fall.’
After posting a video in which he harassed an emotional and terrified woman and exposed her license plate number and home, Karlos Dillard is now attempting to profit off his pursuit of public humiliation.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss Google, free speech, and big tech censorship.
“What we’re really seeing here is the power that small groups have to weaponize these large internet entities against people that they don’t like,” he said.
Hannah-Jones’ ownership of The 1619 Project as inciting this type of defamation with its wrong portrayal of American history is telling of her own motivation for the project.
The letter signed by the college’s administration argues the institution’s steadfast devotion to fighting for the truth that all men are created equal is proven by its actions rather than public statements.
Sen. Josh Hawley criticized Google’s selective censorship and proposed legislation that allows individuals to sue Big Tech for similar future offenses.
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In an effort to satisfy the pressure from the Black Lives Matter movement, actor John Cleese spoke out against the removal of a “Fawlty Towers” episode he was in.
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