On the Federalist Radio Hour, Yglesias lays out his vision for how America can focus on important problems and maintain American exceptionalism.
On the Federalist Radio Hour, H.R. McMaster details policy initiatives the White House implemented concerning China, Russia, and other countries that were long overdue.
Ben Domenech and Ilya Shapiro discuss the history of contentious court fights and how they transitioned from an insulted political conflict into the public square.
Professor Thomas Cargill joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the progressive embrace of eugenics and forced sterilization in order to attain a better society.
Although federal law enforcement is currently unwelcome by certain states and cities, Cuccinelli said that they are ready to go whenever they are called to do so by the president.
“This is one of the great transition periods,” Gingrich explained. “I think the most important thing to recognize is that this is a historic rather than a political period.”
Voice actor James Urbaniak joins The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how ‘The Venture Bros.’ created a new kind of storytelling in animation.
Vought said the government prioritizes diversity, but wants to facilitate a diversity curriculum that unites the country instead of using “buzzwords” to divide it.
Will enthusiastic support for Trump on the ground translate from street demonstrations to the ballot box?
York explains Democrats’ quest to impeach Trump and explores why “the media were gripped by an anti-Trump hysteria that blinded them to reality.”
“There was real violence going on that night and I consider what happened to us to be real violence,” said Kelley Paul, wife of Sen. Rand Paul.
Garnett and Pullman explore the basis of the arguments in the “Nice White Parents” podcast that seemingly take issue with race, but may be more than skin-deep.
Jim Gaffigan won’t get “canceled” for coming out against Donald Trump, but he also won’t go public with values he holds that are less popular with the left.
The NBA’s ratings have dropped significantly across different viewing platforms. Is it because of the infusion of politics in the league?
The Federalist Radio Hour unravels Bannon’s path in the world of politics and the implications of his actions on the fundraising industry.
WSJ Editor Gerald F. Seib joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss his new book, new book, “We Should Have Seen It Coming: From Reagan to Trump–A Front-Row Seat to a Political Revolution.”
On The Federalist Radio Hour, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) talks Big Tech, Taylor Swift, this year’s RNC and more with Emily Jashinsky.
Here’s what people might not know about public broadcasting, Voice of American, USAGM’s international coverage.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Chris Bedford and Emily Jashinksy react to the first night of the Republican National Convention.
One of the biggest deciding factors in distinguishing the two conventions will be the absence or presence of a live audience.
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