Katherine Mangu-Ward talks free speech, hate speech, the demand to denounce Nazis, GMO foods, and more on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Sports journalist and former ESPN reporter Brit McHenry opens up about her career and interest in political issues on the Federalist Radio Hour.
“You can’t eliminate what history is. So I disapprove with young people pulling down those statues.”
‘These are tactics that are well-known. You start by tearing down statues and burning books, and eventually you go after people.’
Why is it easier to close down a military base than a hospital? Paul Howard answers our health policy questions on the Federalist Radio Hour.
‘There is a problem on all sides and people need to come together to denounce all of those things and not tar all of the Democratic Party as being part of the leftists violence and not tar the entire Republican Party as part of the rightist violence.’
Robert Tracinski and Mike Warren discuss responses from the Left, the right, the media, and Trump on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Journalist and podcast host Jamie Weinstein guest stars on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the latest policy positions and drama to come out of the Trump Administration.
Tom Nichols, Harry Kazianis, and John Davidson all weigh in on the history of North Korea’s nuclear threats on this episode of Federalist Radio.
Bill McMorris, reporter at the Washington Free Beacon, is back for another update and ranking of The Federalist Radio Hour’s American bros list.
When Brooke Baldwin paraphrased the memo as ‘essentially saying well I really don’t like women anywhere near a computer’ not once, but twice, Mary Katharine Ham had to explain the irony.
Kevin Madden and Ben Domenech discuss the internet firestorm against the Google engineer’s internal memo on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Stirewalt and Ham cover food and beverage controversies, and discuss the latest on Trump and Gov. Jim Justice, all the Federalist Radio Hour.
Why does the left riot and accuse Dr. Charles Murray of being a white nationalist? He joins this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss.
David Goodhart, author of “The Road to Somewhere: The Populist Revolt and the Future of Politics,” joins this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
Kate Baicker, Harvard professor and health economist, shares her scientific research on insuring the uninsured.
During the White House briefing on Wednesday afternoon, CNN’s Jim Acosta threw a fit in the briefing room and quoted the poem engraved at the base of the Statue of Liberty in New York.
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat debates the state of conservatism and the media’s coverage of President Trump.
Jonathan Coppage discusses the built environment and it’s direct impact on our communities with Gracy Olmstead.
‘This is a failure that is at the core of the Republican experience in the last several years and it depends on the fact that they chose to lie.’
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