Emily Jashinsky
Emily Jashinsky
Emily Jashinsky is culture editor at The Federalist. She previously covered politics as a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner. Prior to joining the Examiner, Emily was the spokeswoman for Young America's Foundation. She is a regular guest on Fox News and Fox Business, and her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, Real Clear Politics, and more. Emily serves on the Young America's Foundation Board of Directors and the National Journalism Center's Board of Governors. Originally from Wisconsin, she is a graduate of George Washington University.
The Cuomo Brothers’ Schtick May Be Cute, But It’s Also Irresponsible

In times of crisis, the audience needs to trust that the journalists tasked with interviewing leading officials will do so without fear or favor.

Virtual Quarantine Courtship Is A Healthy Experiment In Dating With Sexual Restraint

The concept of quaratine dating eliminates one very important variable: physical intimacy. That allows couples to get to know each other before getting physically intimate.

Netflix And Metrics: ‘Tiger King’ As The First Sensation Of The Streamer’s New Top 10 Era

‘Tiger King’ is the top overall content offering on Netflix as of Wednesday. There’s only one Joe Exotic, but we’ve seen other ‘Tiger Kings.’

Old Habits Die Hard, But Pandemics Bring Perspective

A pandemic changes things. I took a clipper to my fingernails for the first time in my life last week. It’s detestable.

From Movie Theaters To Quibi, How Post-Pandemic Hollywood Will Be Different

Among the many lasting cultural changes this pandemic is poised to bring about will be serious shifts in the entertainment industry.

Read Biden Accuser’s Account Of His Alleged Sexual Assault

The ball is in voters’ court to consider whether his accuser is telling the truth, and what that means for Biden’s qualifications as a presidential hopeful.

TikTok’s Communist China Ties Make It The Worst Way To Waste Time In Quarantine

Communist China hampered the dissemination of information that could have prevented a pandemic, and we’re spending the resultant quarantine period passing time with a stupid app that censors on the party’s behalf.

Kim Kardashian, Entire Nation In The Thrall Of The ‘Tiger King’

‘Tiger King’ is like ‘Making A Murderer’ meets ‘Eastbound and Down.’ As much of the country finds itself with extra time on its hands, ‘Tiger King’ is marking its place in television history.

Villa-Dwelling Pod Bro Thinks Everyone Is Self-Quarantining On Couches And Guzzling Wine In The Shower

Pod Save America host Tommy Vietor has his thumb firmly on the pulse of his USB mic.

Tokyo Olympics Delayed, ‘Likely’ For A Year, Due To Wuhan Virus

With no end to the Wuhan virus pandemic in sight, the 2020 Olympics will be postponed, the International Olympic Committee said Monday.

How The Surgeon General Got Kylie Jenner To Instagram About Social Distancing

Surgeon General Jerome Adams wanted Kylie Jenner’s help in warning young Americans about coronavirus and social distancing.

While Stephen Colbert Argues ‘Chinese Virus’ Is Racist, Let’s Revisit His Jokes About Asians

While Colbert lectures the country on the racism of a factual descriptor, he’s the one who spent years cracking fortune cookie jokes and doing bad Asian accents on television.

What Not To Watch: Comedies To Keep Off Your Quarantine Queue

We all have a lot of time on our hands, but that doesn’t mean we should waste it. Here’s what not to watch during your days at home.

A Comedy Lover’s Guide To Quarantine Streaming

If you’re stuck inside, need some laughs, and want to catch up on the funniest shows released in the last year or so, hopefully this list will help.

How To Live Alone And Work Alone Without Losing Your Grip On Reality

Living alone and working alone are rare privileges. Combined, they are difficult. Combined in a studio apartment? Even worse.

Jake Tapper Asked Joe Biden About The Wuhan Virus. He Replied With A Cough

“First of all, my heart goes out to those…” replied Joe Biden, stopping mid-sentence to cough into his hand after the first question of the debate.

This List Shows How The Wuhan Virus Is Disrupting The Entertainment Industry

Major release dates have been pushed. Productions have been suspended. Broadway is closed.

How Declining Institutional Trust Makes It Harder To Address A Pandemic

We’re facing a pandemic with 58 percent of Americans holding either ‘not very much’ trust or ‘none at all’ in the media, which is tasked with keeping us informed and keeping the government accountable.

Yes, Sarah Palin Rapped ‘Baby Got Back’ Dressed As A Bear On National Television

Dressed as a tie-dye bear, Sarah Palin rapped about butts on national television Wednesday night.

On Elizabeth Warren And Hillary Clinton, Kate McKinnon Is 0-2

Neither campaign could have asked for better treatment. If they wrote and directed the sketches themselves, the best they could do is what Kate McKinnon actually did.