Christopher Bedford is a senior editor at The Federalist, the vice chairman of Young Americans for Freedom, a board member at the National Journalism Center, and the author of The Art of the Donald. His work has been featured in The American Mind, National Review, the New York Post and the Daily Caller, where he led the Daily Caller News Foundation and spent eight years. A frequent guest on Fox News and Fox Business, he was raised in Massachusetts and lives on Capitol Hill. Follow him on Twitter.
Beyond the simple increase in her fundraising, these numbers give us a good look at exactly who Liz Cheney, congresswoman from Wyoming, is.
Anti-Christian terrorists have turned their rage on poor First Nation and Canadian communities, accused us all of blood debt, and decided they will burn our sacred buildings to the ground.
‘I’m out here with the voters every day,’ says Democratic Whip James Clyburn. ‘I did a town hall meeting last night in Jasper County, South Carolina, and I can tell you, ‘defund the police’ is a non-starter, even with black people.’
The six-month anniversary of the Capitol riot not by Black Lives Matter exposes exactly how unserious the left is about the reality of that day — and how serious they are about using it for their own political ends.
We’ve gone down this path before for virtually the exact same bleeding-heart reasons, and we lived through the tremendous pain of the results.
People aren’t dumb. They’ve looked around, and they see that telling the wrong joke — or even simply laughing at one — is a quick way to destroy your life.
In Western universities and board rooms, souls are cheap. But Jimmy Lai’s is not.
Having completely failed to control disease, they’ve set their sights (and their newly enthroned scientific bureaucracy) literally higher — on the global climate.
The only real reason a political party shifts focus so dramatically from its goals to issues it wishes it could avoid is terrible internal polling.
It’s no wonder the left and its defenders and scribes in corporate media don’t understand Catholicism. Through the lens of American politics, how could they?
The basic John Kennedy story says his speech on religious tolerance was a great step for Catholics in America. It’s a very nice story; too bad it isn’t true.
For the past six months, this liberal Dream Team has been hard at work on their big report to help the federal government work with corporations to squash news they call ‘disinformation.’
In American society, Pride is no longer a cardinal sin — the root of all sins. In 2021, it’s an industry. Step aside, gay parade: June is now the month to celebrate this new complex.
It lacks any facts because it’s a pressure piece, pure and simple, designed to intimidate America’s bishops into doing what The New York Times thinks they should do.
On June 1, 2020 and afterward, corporate media didn’t simply get it wrong, they flagrantly and shamelessly lied to Americans in order to hurt the president.
When churches are desecrated and believers are humiliated, politicians and the media lick their fingers, put them in the air, and decide to keep quiet.
What happens when the next big disease rolls around? And what if it’s one that’s actually as deadly as people thought COVID might be? Who can people trust?
In this country it’s easier to defend Taiwan than it is to defend the people who are vilified in schools, corporations, and by politicians for being white.
Leadership isn’t imposed from speeches by people who had power and failed to exercise it prudently, and no one wants to hear from Paul Ryan.
Normalizing drug use is no longer an idea, it’s a reality. And if you want to see what that reality looks like, take a walk through once-thriving downtown Denver.
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