Erielle Davidson
Erielle Davidson
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Erielle Davidson is a Staff Writer at the Federalist and a law student at Georgetown University Law Center. Find her on Twitter at @politicalelle.
Far-Left Squad Obtains Antisemitism Cloak In Endorsing Bernie Sanders

Sanders is likely relieved to gain a boost, however big or small, from the Squad. But it’s too soon to tell whether it will convince millennials and Gen Zers to stick around.

ABC News Interview Didn’t Help Hunter Biden’s Credibility At All

If Hunter carries himself publicly as he did in this interview, people will neither like him nor trust him—and that may spell trouble for Joe.

Can Michael Bloomberg Do Better Than Joe Biden At Pretending To Be A Moderate?

Does Joe Biden’s weakening campaign open the race up for another supposed moderate? Tycoon and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg might try to find out.

Trump Gave Turkey A Choice on Syria: Cooperate With the U.S. Productively Or Risk Catastrophe

The brewing conflict along the Syrian-Turkish border, which reentered the news cycle this week as Turkish President Recep Erdoğan threatened to invade Syria, is rooted in Obama policies that were always destined to erupt in chaos.

Protesters Shut Down Trump Homeland Security Secretary At Georgetown U

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan attempted to speak multiple times but Georgetown University allowed protesters to scream over him, making dialogue impossible.

Elizabeth Warren Could Be Lying About Past Employment Discrimination

Warren’s recent story intended to underscore the type of sexual discrimination women might face in the workforce as a result of pregnancy. But if she’s lying, it accomplishes quite the opposite.

Rashida Tlaib Scolds Black Police Chief: Facial Recognition ‘Analysts Need To Be African American’

Rep. Rashida Tlaib recently paid a visit to the Real Time Crime Center, where she said, “Non-African Americans think African Americans all look the same.”

Ukrainian Officials Didn’t Believe Trump Used Funding As Bargaining Chip

According to BuzzFeed News, at the time of the infamous phone call, the Ukrainian president already thought U.S. aid was on its way. It’s hard to have a quid pro quo without the other party knowing he is being threatened.

Carson King Defies Cancel Culture By Raising Even More Money

After the Des Moines Register outed offensive tweets local charity sensation Carson King had written at age 16, donations to his charitable cause tripled.

Burisma Investigation Timeline Just Leads To More Questions About Hunter Biden

Highlighting that Hunter Biden didn’t work at the Ukrainian gas company during the alleged corruption isn’t exculpatory. It just makes one wonder what Hunter’s use to the company was after the investigation was opened.

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Blasts Impeachment Push, Blames Leftists

On Wednesday evening, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo offered a sharp rebuke of the Democrats’ latest cries for impeachment, blaming “leftist” Democrats.

What Netanyahu’s ‘Second Chance’ Really Means For Trump

While it’s possible that a change in the Israeli prime minister will shift foreign policy ever-so-slightly, it’s unlikely to have a huge effect, if any, on the Israeli-U.S. dynamic

Top Romney Adviser Worked With Hunter Biden On Board Of Ukrainian Energy Company

According to web archives, top Romney adviser Joseph Cofer Black, who publicly goes by ‘Cofer Black,’ joined Burisma’s board of directors while Hunter Biden was also serving on the board.

Impeachment Would Be Really Stupid, But Democrats Probably Will Do It Anyway

Impeachment is a mistake for two reasons: it is generally unpopular and Joe Biden will be the one to suffer if Trump’s call with Ukraine is investigated.

Watch Joe Biden Brag About Bribing Ukraine To Fire The Prosecutor Investigating His Son’s Company

In this speech, Biden boasts about the fact that he threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. loans to Ukraine if they did not fire the prosecutor who was investigating his son.

Why Bernie Sanders’ Nationwide Rent Control Proposal Is Nuts

There are few principles in economics that receive near-universal consensus from economists, and the truth that ‘rent control is bad’ is one of them.

Is Hysteria Over Whistleblower A Distraction From Biden’s Ukraine Policy?

Much of the discussion of the whistblower complaint has been centered on amplifying and condemning Trump’s behavior without much mention of what Joe Biden’s son was doing in Ukraine. That’s likely on purpose.

New Hillsdale Graduate School To Challenge Washington DC’s Love Of Bureaucracy

In a sea of master’s programs devoted to the upkeep of the status quo, Hillsdale hopes to cultivate a community of political thinkers whose ingenuity is only deepened by a profound understanding of America’s Founding.

Censure Vote Against Kyrsten Sinema Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Democrats’ very public reprimand of Sinema is not about addressing dissatisfaction among the electorate. It’s about shaming someone for not prioritizing uniformity over the interests of voters.

New Women’s March Board Member Hates Israel, Claims FBI Recruits For ISIS

It seems that the Women’s March may have replaced bigotry with bigotry in their new board member, Zahra Billoo.