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]
Adam Schiff Is Already Claiming The Illegitimacy Of A Trump Reelection

The general election is still 9 months away but that didn’t stop Adam Schiff from saying it will be corrupt if Trump is acquitted.

Why This Eagles Fan Is Rooting For Andy Reid

Two years ago my beloved Eagles got the Super Bowl monkey off their back. Now I hope their long time coach Andy Reid can do it too.

Impeachment Has Become A Dangerous New Normal

For 187 years, the United States had only one president face impeachment. Since 1974, three have. This is a disturbing and dangerous trajectory.

Senate Republicans Must Save American Democracy

This sham impeachment is an assault on the democratic norms of our great republic. The GOP must crush it.

No, Trump Defense Lawyer Alan Dershowitz Is Not Conceding Abuse Of Power

Alan Dershowitz is not conceding that Trump abused power. He is arguing in the alternative, a technique with big risks, but potentially big rewards.

If CNN Can’t Take Punches, They Shouldn’t Be Throwing Them

CNN bashes conservative media on a daily basis, but when they get called out for their own bias, they claim as journalists they are untouchable.

Andrew McCabe: Overseeing A Fair FISA Process Is Really Hard

At a panel on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act reform, fired FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe had a lot of excuses for why the FBI would abuse an American citizen’s constitutional rights.

Tuesday Night’s Democratic Debate Looked Great For Mike Bloomberg

While still a wild long shot, last night’s shambolic Democratic debate opened the window for Bloomberg just a bit wider.

John Bolton’s Testimony Would Not Be The Smoking Gun Democrats Need

Hope springs eternal for congressional Democrats, but to think John Bolton will take down the president is pure wish casting.

Why Are The Democrats Terrified Of Iran?

Iran’s muted response to the killing of Qasem Soleimani has de-escalated the situation in the Middle East. So why are Democrats cowering in fear of the Iranian regime?

The President Is Preventing A War, Not Starting One

President Trump said that killing Soleimani was an effort to end, not start a war. He was roundly mocked, but that is exactly what he did.

How I Discovered The Baltimore Basilica, America’s First Cathedral

America’s oldest cathedral in Baltimore is a delight for the senses, and a symbol of the enduring power of Christ’s church.

No, Trump’s Justifications For Soleimani Attack Aren’t Contradictory

The recent uptick in Iranian attacks on America is very much a part of assessing if Soleimani represented an imminent threat.

Heading Into The Next Debate, Biden Keeps Chugging Along

Slow and steady Joe Biden has held a wire to wire lead in primary polls, and there’s no reason to think that is going to change after Thursday’s debate.

I Survived 12 Hours In Twitter Prison For Daring Iran To Attack America

I did my time, and lessons were learned.

Softball CNN Interview With Iranian Ambassador Borders On Propaganda

Erin Burnett’s interview of an Iranian ambassador yesterday was little more than anti-Trump, pro-Iran propaganda.

The Killing Of Soleimani Sends A Powerful Message To Iranian Dissidents

Last months saw unprecedented protest in Iran against its regime. Last night’s action is a boon to those efforts.

We Can No Longer Ignore The Attacks On Jews In New York

The latest attack on Jews in New York betrays a government too afraid to act to protect its citizens.

Who’s Up For A Roaring ’20s?

The Roaring Twenties was the most fun, dynamic, and frivolous decade in American history. Let’s make a new one.

Why The Democratic Primary Seems Invisible

The Democratic primary has been overshadowed by impeachment, but that’s not the only reason so few people are paying attention to it.