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.
Two of the most powerful conduits for information and speech are dishonestly wielding power to partisan ends. And the media isn’t a bulwark.
“You can’t really make a movie about court dates and documents and hearings, but you can make a movie about people,” director Amanda Milius explained.
As one of the few comedians left ignoring the boundaries of political correctness, it’s time for Bill Burr to liberate SNL.
“Kamala Harris is a vice presidential candidate. She should be able to stand up for herself… A man can interrupt another vice presidential candidate,” Martha Raddatz argued.
Daniel Cameron, the black Republican attorney general of Kentucky, appears to be a popular new target of celebrity opprobrium.
What could have been a rare, genuine, constructive satirization of coastal elitism turned into an endorsement of it.
If Saturday Night Live can’t make two Boomer Kings desperate to be president funny, it’s an incredible waste of content and talent.
Melania Trump, America’s beautiful mystery, is privately a trenchant political analyst with a keener power of observation than just about every sweaty, bespectacled nerd on CNN.
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday night.
‘Then Came You’ is essentially a Lifetime movie that wanted to be something a bit better.
Wallace specifically asked Trump if he was ‘willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups,’ and Trump immediately replied, ‘Sure.’
It’s exactly the kind of culture war battle Republicans long avoided, terrified of inciting controversy with the media and cultural left.
The left’s finger-wagging is especially rich coming from the camp that spent years casting skepticism on the results of the 2016 election, and who continue claiming Trump is planning to rig the results this time too.
Both BLM and 1619 will continue to be propelled by fringe leftists and their hapless corporate sponsors, even though they no longer want to be transparent about all their extreme beliefs.
Jimmy Kimmel delivered an offensive performance as host of the Emmys on Sunday. It was offensively lame.
Tech outlets like Facebook rely increasingly on third-party fact-checkers to determine what content is allowed on their platforms. Here’s a look at how those fact-checkers do business.
Mark Cuban should recognize that Kaepernick and the leaders of Black Lives Matter do not see him or Roger Goodell as allies.
The media should think more carefully about the tenuous logic behind their radically chic worldview.
As at-home viewing options proliferate, the theory is that theaters will need big, buzzy films like ‘Tenet’ to survive.
Actor Chadwick Boseman had cancer, but never went public with his battle, even after skyrocketing to worldwide fame.
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