Audrey Unverferth
Audrey Unverferth

Audrey Unverferth is an intern at The Federalist and a senior at the University of Chicago, where she studies Law, Letters, and Society and Russian and East European Studies. She is also the co-founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of the Chicago Thinker. Follow her on Twitter @audrey__unver or email [email protected]

Young Father Allegedly Forced Out Of His Car And Executed In Street As Chicago Shootings Surge

A 24-year-old father of two was allegedly shot in the street Saturday night during a celebration for Puerto Rican People’s Day in Chicago.

Portland’s Protest Response Unit Officers Resign En Masse, Following Indictment Of Fellow Police Officer

After a year confronting violent rioters and unprecedented circumstances, members of the now-disbanded protest response unit simply refuse to volunteer any longer.

House Republicans Demand Answers After Biden Admin Lifts Iran Sanctions Without Consulting Congress

Without consulting Congress, the administration lifted sanctions on multiple former Iranian officials and businesses, thereby relaxing U.S. pressure on the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism. 

Kevin Hart Denounces Cancel Culture: ‘People Are Human. Everyone Can Change’

“When did we get to a point where life was supposed to be perfect? Where people were supposed to operate perfectly all the time?” Hart said.

Reps. Jim Jordan And Kat Cammack Launch Campus Free Speech Caucus To Fight Colleges’ Left-Wing ‘Indoctrination Camps’

‘Let’s be honest, our college campuses these days … aren’t higher education institutions. These are indoctrination camps,’ said Rep. Kat Cammack.

Tom Cotton: Military Whistleblowers Report Leadership Forcing ‘Anti-American Indoctrination’ On Them

Sen. Tom Cotton shared reports from members of the military saying they are forced into trainings on police brutality, white privilege, and systemic racism.

Democratic Infighting Escalates As Leftists Clash With Leadership Over Spending, Hamas

It’s been a rocky week for Democrats. Internally divided, members fight with leadership over issues ranging from the border crisis to terrorism.

Bari Weiss’s First Podcast Explores How Wokesters Ruined A Muslim Immigrant Family Business Over A 16-Year-Old’s Tweet

Due to a few tweets that his family agrees are inexcusable, Wadi was forced to fire 69 employees, some of whom had worked with him for more than 15 years and many with minority backgrounds. 

US Opens Trade Talks With Taiwan And China Is Butthurt About It

As The Wall Street Journal notes, China ‘sees Taiwan as a breakaway province and vows to use military force if needed to annex the island.’

Judge Reinstates Loudoun County Teacher Who Was Fired For Refusing To Use Anti-Science Trans Pronouns

In a victory for free speech and academic freedom, a judge just ruled that Loudoun County teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross must be reinstated to his job. 

Guatemala President Blames Biden For Border Crisis, Kamala Harris Deflects, Blaming Climate Change

President Alejandro Giammattei argues the Biden administration’s immigration policies are to blame for the unprecedented rise in illegal U.S.-Mexico border crossings.