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]
“Every time we think we’ve reached the peak of Fulton’s elections mismanagement issues, more comes to light,” Raffensperger recently lamented.
Department agents carried firearms, conducted warrantless searches, monitored communications, and maintained a database of information on both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals, the report says.
After a “Despicable Me” character flashed the “OK” sign, parents are claiming he was actually displaying a “universal white supremacist hate sign.”
White protestors, reportedly belonging to Antifa, shouted at local community members who were gathered to mourn their lost neighbors.
The vice president claimed voter ID laws are unfair to rural Americans because “there’s no Kinkos, there’s no OfficeMax near them.”
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki holds the military at fault for the situation in Afghanistan, but hopes politicians will craft a “solution.”
The 5th Circuit Court said it will keep sanctions against lawyer Marc Elias, known for his role in the Russia hoax, for his ‘lack of candor.’
A home is not a home when you’re terrified for your life. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the CareNotCops organizers should be ashamed of themselves.
While the seven Michigan representatives missed in-person voting, they were willing and able to meet in-person for political purposes, just not in Congress.
Three families assert that Maine’s policy egregiously disregards their First Amendment rights to the free exercise of religion.
In its decision, the Court sided with Americans for Prosperity who argued that the California law violated their members’ right to freely associate.
Republican New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu recently approved a state budget that limits conversations concerning “systemic racism.”
“Gen. Milley ought to resign, and be replaced with someone who is actually willing to defend our Military from the Leftist Radicals who hate our Country,” Trump said.
Rather than help police officers confront Oakland’s growing crisis, the city plans to fund the employment of ‘violence interrupters’ and ‘community ambassadors.’
The success of Matthew’s parenting isn’t defined by the comedic moments when he messes up, but by the countless times he keeps going.
‘I believed [my] tweet to be as innocuous as the others,’ Marshall explains. ‘How wrong I turned out to be.’
Even as Americans resume their pre-pandemic lives, doctors say, ‘We are still in the thick of the fallout from COVID-19 and [should] expect children and teens [to] continue to struggle.’
‘In the classroom, free speech does not apply,’ a workshop spokeswoman said. ‘As instructors, we can tell our students no, you do not have the right to say that, stop talking right now.’
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.
After a year confronting violent rioters and unprecedented circumstances, members of the now-disbanded protest response unit simply refuse to volunteer any longer.
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