BlazeTV Host Lauren Chen joins Ben Domenech to discuss the intrusiveness of progressive politics, anti-capitalism, and alleged systemic racism.
“Part of this civil unrest we’re seeing right now is responding to the media narrative rather than reality,” Herzog said
Berkeley Law School professor and constitutional scholar John Yoo joins the Federalist Radio Hour to make the case that Trump is protecting the Constitution.
As a liberal herself, Soh said the evolution of gender identity has been used by the radical left to further a narrative that’s harmful to children and not based in science.
The woke left has limited author creativity and made books less interesting, Shriver said, by setting a standard for each type of character.
Writer Abigail Shrier discusses the appeal of the transgender movement in recent years, particularly among young women, and the subsequent results.
Pastor Ché Ahn argues the Constitution makes it clear the government cannot prevent citizens from gathering to worship.
Google is ‘interested in driving others out of the ad market so that they have total control to demonetize sites as they deem fit,’ Domenech said.
Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson tells Ben Domench the New York Times’ 1619 Project hijacks the rich legacy of the civil rights movement.
Film director Chris Fenton joined Emily Jashinsky to discuss the Chinese Communist Party and his experience distributing major Hollywood films in China.
Chuck Rocha discusses his experience on the Sanders 2020 campaign, as well as the campaign’s Latino outreach program he orchestrated.
“There is nothing more important to the United States than educating our children. It is an absolute urgent top priority,” Atlas said.
While following realistic protocol to ensure students’ safety, Avik Roy asserts that schools must open this fall for children to have the greatest chance for success.
“I think people don’t have enough understanding…the actual level is people getting bitten, even bitten to death,” Jewher Illham said.
Karol Markowicz immigrated to the United States from the USSR in 1978. She joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss why she loves America.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Jim DeMint and Rachel Bovard discuss how the American education system and political system is embracing socialism.
Libby Emmons and Paulina Enck join Emily Jashinsky to discuss Harry Potter author and radical feminist J.K. Rowling’s stance against transgenderism.
David Paul Kuhn joined host Ben Domenech to discuss the makeup of the Democratic coalition of the ’70s and how it compares to the Democratic party of today.
American people don’t understand that the government’s decision to have the Federal Reserve print money doesn’t create actual wealth.
Singer argued that the system of power, in which the governor can dictate when the economy can reopen, has created imbalanced incentives.
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