Emily Jashinsky
Emily Jashinsky
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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’s interviewed leading politicians and entertainers and appeared regularly as a guest on major television news programs, including “Fox News Sunday,” “Media Buzz,” and “The McLaughlin Group.” Her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, Real Clear Politics, and more. Emily also serves as director of the National Journalism Center and a visiting fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. Originally from Wisconsin, she is a graduate of George Washington University.

The COVID Hierarchy Is A Power Hierarchy And Everyone Knows It

At Sunday’s Emmys, the only masks in sight seemed to be fixed on non-famous faces, again projecting a ludicrous class dynamic that lets powerful people opt out of standards they seek to enforce on everyone else.

Why The Expert Class Is Incapable Of Persuading People To Get Vaccinated

It should go without saying that force and condescension are not persuasive.

Media’s Lack Of Pro-Life Representation Reveals Class And Cultural Bias, Distorts Debate

There is almost no representation of the pro-life perspective in major media.

The Revolution Will Be Bureaucratized

As Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandate shows, the growing federal bureaucracy is a vehicle for cultural revolution, not a distraction from it. 

‘Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City’ Premiere Propels Bravo’s True Crime Trend

The long-awaited return of Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ underscores the creeping true-crimeification of the network’s popular reality fare.

Chris Cuomo Demonstrates Media Ignorance On Pro-Life Movement

Media observers like CNN’s Chris Cuomo claim to present the abortion debate fairly but are too ignorant to really do that.

Biden Made The Right Decision In A Disastrously Wrong Way, And There’s No Point In Pretending Otherwise

President Joe Biden’s errors have been costly, and downplaying them to undercut the establishment only helps the blob perpetuate such tragedies.

Adam Sandler Reveals China Was Swapped Out Of His New Lebron-Produced Netflix Film

Discussing his new Netflix movie ‘Hustle,’ Sandler revealed the original script had his character scouting basketball players in China. Netflix, according to Sandler, inspired or demanded a location change.

Daily Wire Announces ‘Shut In’ As First Original Film, Aims To Undercut Hollywood ‘Monopoly’

‘Shut In,’ announced Wednesday as The Daily Wire’s first original film, will be an important test.

Why Won’t Comedy Central Air ‘The Office’s’ ‘Diversity Day’?

Comedy Central struck the episode ‘Diversity Day’ from a recent chronological broadcast of episodes from the ‘The Office.’

Jordan Klepper’s Sickest Burn Is Against Himself

Jordan Klepper is the physical embodiment of cringe Resistance comedy.

OnlyFans Is Exploitive, But Not In The Way Elites And Prostitutes Claim

OnlyFans gets negative treatment when pornographers are exploited, which stops short of conceding those dangers are inevitable byproducts of ‘sex work’ and a culture that normalizes it.

‘Small Town News’ Is Equal Parts Entertaining And Brilliant

The journalists are both in and of the community they cover, showing why the cliched death of local news involves a loss that platitudes can hardly capture.

Breaking: Man In Capitol Hill Bomb Threat Surrenders To Police, After Saying He Had Detonator

A man in a truck appeared to be posting long live-streams to Facebook as the morning unfolded, threatening to blow up a “toolbox full of ammonium nitrate.”

How Scenes From Kabul Play In The Post-Truth Minds Of America’s Young

Like every generation, the Zoomers who end up in charge will lie about wars. But lying is made all the easier when there’s no belief in truth.

Rubio Memo Reminds ‘Reluctant’ Republicans That Dem Child Allowance Is A ‘Poverty Trap,’ ‘Precursor’ To UBI

Sen. Marco Rubio is circulating a memo aimed at emboldening Republicans to fight a measure that would distribute even more taxpayer money to nonworking parents.

Meghan McCain’s ‘View’ Tenure Was A Case Study In The Importance Of Representation

‘The View’ had a big advantage with Meghan on board, but the rest of the media should take a cue.

How Celebrities Like Selena Gomez Manipulate The Public Into Protecting Their Privilege

Selena Gomez and her fans are mobilizing to scold a show that made a one-second quip about her kidney transplant.

No One Is Safe On ‘White Lotus’

No party in ‘White Lotus,’ aggrieved or privileged or both, seems poised to emerge unscathed.

What One NYT Reporter Revealed In Deleted Tweets About Trump Supporters

Katie Brenner’s tweets were not deleted because they were inaccurate. If anything, they were deleted because they were too accurate, because the logical conclusion is still too radical to say aloud.