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.
HBO’s ‘The Swamp’ is a rarity, affording conservative politicians a relatively unfiltered major media platform to explain themselves.
Determined to be Hollywood’s first theatrical release during the coronavirus shutdowns, the Russell Crowe-led ‘Unhinged’ is eerily well-suited to the moment at hand.
If people are only racist or ‘antiracist,’ your ideology is easy to enforce after a certain point of proliferation because people believe it’s bad for business to be on the side of alleged racism.
Media bias often comes down to framing, and the Associated Press just supplied us with a glistening example of how it’s done.
A popular YouTube comedian posted a video exposing Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. Facebook took it down and refuses to say why.
Whether the Silent Majority is enough to swing an election, it’s certainly no longer enough to swing the culture. If such a group exists, it needs to speak up.
Attorney General William Barr delivered strong and detailed remarks aimed at exposing the Chinese Communist Party’s “economic blitzkrieg.”
Donald Trump’s election has indeed proven to be a turning point for the press. The industry, however, pivoted 180 degrees in the wrong direction and lost all ability to turn back.
The cultural left is ideologically rooted in anti-capitalism, but recent events suggest young leftists aren’t as anti-capitalist as they like to imagine.
The letter is as imperfect and preening as elites tend to be, but at least marked a positive development amid this prolonged and bitter battle in the broader culture war—that is, until the backlash began.
Cheerleading the move further empowers corporations to police political discourse—an effect you’d think the left would oppose.
Signs of a cultural revolution are clearly mounting. The left is attempting to use President Trump as a catalyst for sweeping cultural change.
The GOP’s priority should be fighting, not pandering, and they shouldn’t confuse the two either.
Our iconoclasts of 2020 do not care. This is about leveling each and every institution and rebuilding America from scratch, not making repairs.
The brave culture warriors who puff their chests over pro-life legislation are largely quiet when a country with more financial power over them than Georgia transgresses on a scale beyond any comparison.
Watch the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in D.C., where protesters aggressively confronted police, particularly black officers, outside the White House.
From awarding her a scholarship to providing an outpouring of support during an unplanned pregnancy, Hillsdale, Petersen emphasized, spoke loudly and clearly.
It’s not flattering, but it does fit with the tried-and-true maxim that Washington is much more ‘Veep’ than ‘West Wing.’
Outside the White House Monday night, agitators lingered near the police line, using their proximity to verbally berate the officers.
It’s tempting to think of Hardy’s “One Beer” as the inverse of “Red Ragtop,” but both songs ultimately make an emotional case against abortion.
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