David Marcus
David Marcus
David Marcus
David Marcus is the New York Correspondent for the Federalist where he has written since 2013. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, National Review Online, The Weekly Standard, and City Journal. David is the former Artistic Director of Blue Box World, a Brooklyn based theater project, and also a former president of the Bat acting company at the Flea Theater. He also was a participant in the 2018 National Security Seminar at the Army War College. [email protected]
Gordon Sondland’s Testimony Changed Nothing About Adam Schiff’s Grift

The supposed bombshells in Gordon Sondland’s testimony turned out to be the same harmless, hum drum, story we already knew.

The Impeachment ‘Partial Transcript’ Lie Just Got Blown Out Of The Water

Both witnesses today confirm that the transcript of the July 25th phone call is “substantively accurate,” destroying an anti Trump talking point.

Bloomberg’s Apology For Stop, Question, And Frisk Is Shameful

In a vain attempt to become president Michael Bloomberg has thrown his police commissioner and the NYPD under the bus.

As Impeachment Fizzles, The Stock Market Soars

The Dow Jones closed at a record high as fears of a possible removal of the president fade away.

Democrats Concede Their Impeachment Argument Is Failing

Democratic leadership has indicated they can’t move the polls, and their message is failing. That’s kind of the whole ballgame.

How Being In Nature Changes Time

What a city slicker learned about time when he finally got a ‘backyard.’

Why Do We Kill Our Cats? How To Talk To Kids About Death

My 9-year-old son wanted to talk about death. He might have taught me more than I taught him.

5 Reasons A Senate Trial Would Be A Nightmare For Democrats

If impeachment occurs and a Senate trial happens, the GOP has the advantages. It could be a disaster for Democrats.

Michael Bloomberg Is The Answer To A Question Nobody Is Asking

Fiscally sound, gun- and soda-grabbing Michael Bloomberg is the presidential candidate nobody wants.

Desperate Dems Drop ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Rhetoric, Now It’s ‘Extortion’ And ‘Bribery’

As polling shows the steam running out of the impeachment effort, Democrats turn to spicier language.

Gen X And The Lost Art Of The Blind Carbon Copy

As we rush headlong into our online future we must not fail to bring along courtesy and respect.

New York Times Writer Dismisses The Emotional Toll On The Cancelled

A New York Times article says being cancelled is actually a good thing! It completely ignores the actual toll of being cancelled.

Beto Outwoke Himself

The man who could have been the new Kennedy threw it away in a vain attempt to capture a zeitgeist that only really exists in San Francisco and Brooklyn.

In The New Transgender World, Women No Longer Exist

‘Woman’ is a slur used by the patriarchy to keep non-binary, gender-neutral, trans people in a box. The very notion that women exist keeps so many people from being able to exist.

Trump Is Right To Fight Impeachment On The Merits, Not The Process

Donald Trump did not do what Democrats alleged he did. And he is right to defend himself on that basis.

Zen And The Art Of Truck Packing

I’ve done a lot of things in my life, but few make me feel more proud than my ability to pack a box truck.

Jeff Zucker And Brian Stelter Beclown Themselves At CNN Event

At ‘Citizen by CNN’ I witnessed the most cringeworthy, self-delusional discussion I have ever seen in my life.

This Gen Xer Spent An Hour On Tik Tok And It Was Terrifying

Andy Warhol said in approximately 1466 AD, I think, that in the future everyone would have 15 minutes of fame. Seems he was a bit off. Fifteen seconds is plenty for the kids of today.

Democrats’ Election Bill Allows The Government To Define ‘Legitimate News’

A new bill aimed at deterring foreign interference in our elections would strip Americans of First Amendment rights, and doesn’t even address the major issue of 2016 interference.

What Is The Authentic America? Take A Trip With Me To Find Out

Americans are obsessed with the concept of authenticity because we don’t think we have much. But it’s out there.