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.

Thanksgiving Is Meant For The Bad Times As Much As The Good

We give thanks not to whitewash history or mitigate challenges of the present. We give thanks because of those struggles.

SNL’s Weird Joe Rogan Spoof Exposes The Show For What It Is: A Tool Of Corporate Hacks

The real joke is that major corporate media outlets falsely accused Joe Rogan of treating himself with horse dewormer.

The Left’s Approach To Cultural Warfare Is Completely Inconsistent

The public is reacting to radical cultural shifts induced by the elite left.

The Great Doubling Down

The Great Doubling Down is upon us, as the professionally wrong pundits of our discredited chattering class blame racism for the Republican wave that swept Virginia.

Yes, It’s Fair To Frame The Loudoun County Rape As A ‘Cautionary Tale’

Contrarian writers claim right-of-center outlets gave misleading treatment to the story of a horrifying rape in Loudoun County Public Schools.

Meta Could Make Mark Zuckerberg The World’s Most Powerful Landlord

Facebook crept up on us quickly the first time, lubricated by naive and technocratic utopian visions. That process is happening again, right under our noses.

‘The Morning Show’ Isn’t Bad, But It’s The Best Apple Can Do

Think of ‘The Morning Show’ like the Harper’s Letter of television: corporate progressives questioning their illiberalism without conceding the cause is rooted in their own ideology.

Why Is The Media Letting Hillary Clinton Sell Her Book Without Getting Epstein Questions?

Why should Hillary be allowed to continue enriching her family and advancing her message without answering questions about her husband’s ties to Epstein?

Legacy Media Fuels Corporate Wokeness But Will Always Choose Wokeness Over Corporations

It’s true that legacy media is almost always pro-Democrat and almost always pro-corporate. But last week’s Netflix dust-up clarified something important.

Why The Vampires Of ‘What We Do In The Shadows’ Satirize Past And Present Better Than Modern Humans

As its third season draws to a close, and the stakes keep getting higher, ‘What We Do In The Shadows’ is as good as ever.

New Report Finds The Pandemic Exacerbated Inequality Of Social Capital

When it came to marriage, they found 18 percent of higher-income unmarried adults ‘saw their desire for marriage spike’ while 9 percent ‘saw their desire for marriage decline.’

Why Slate Can’t Vet ‘Dear Prudence’ For Satire Anymore

Is Slate’s long-running ‘Dear Prudence’ advice column plagued by fake submissions?

Will Media Fragmentation Solve The Culture War Or Make Us More Divided?

Mass media was quickly a success and then a causality of technological advances.

Is Cancel Culture Literally Killing Us?

In both cases, fear of repercussions is preventing doctors from providing patients with better care.

In ‘The Closer,’ Dave Chappelle Cements The Legacy Of His Brilliant Run At Netflix

‘The Closer,’ the final installment in Chappelle’s string of Netflix specials, solidifies his work for the streamer as the most important comedy of our time.

Bernie Won

Democrats’ infrastructure negotiations don’t reveal their divisions. They reveal the party’s unity.

An Unqualified Endorsement Of Ana Navarro For ‘The View’

In the spirit of dispensing with pretenses, Navarro is the perfect choice for the empty seat.

Democrats’ Spending Spree Is An Establishment Power Grab

Expanding the government when its stewards have proven to be more incompetent and less in touch with local needs is a recipe for more problems, not less.

Is ‘The View’ Actually Serious About Presenting More Than One ‘View’?

Why isn’t ‘The View’ auditioning more conservative women? Some of those women are fantastic, but some of them are not remotely conservative.

‘Ted Lasso’ Is The Gentle Dramedy Of Monoculture’s Last Gasp

We’re so divided that making a significant portion of us laugh at once is very hard, and it’s even harder if you play by the rules of political correctness.