This episode of The Federalist Radio Hour reviews how Hilaria Baldwin faked being a Spaniard for years and what it exposed about the media’s corruption.
‘What we’ve experienced is crazy and it makes it seem like it’s more about power than it is about anything else,’ Evita comments in this episode of ‘Z to X.’
James McCrery and Justin Shubow join Christopher Bedford to break down Trump’s recent executive order promoting ‘classical and traditional architecture.’
‘I think prime Taylor was somewhere between ‘Red,’ which was probably her best album of all time, and ‘Reputation.’
‘So much of what people like J.K. Rowling are fighting for is really just the free exchange of ideas, which should be a very basic, fundamental thing we all agree on in our society.’
“What’s happening right now is really a class warfare whereby your big business, your campaign donors, your elites are operating [and] small business retailers are being told that they have to shut down.’
“It is such a bright spot, among so many other things that are just dark, when you’re able to attend church weekly,” Zempel said.
Between the death of movie theaters and accelerated streaming options, will Hollywood be able to make a comeback in 2021?
On the Federalist Radio Hour, Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute, breaks down investigations into Biden family foreign business dealings.
Susan Crabtree, national political reporter at Real Clear Politics, discusses her report, “Religious Freedom: Will U.S. Emphasis Continue Under Biden?”
Political Editor John Daniel Davidson interviews Peter Wood, President of National Association of Scholars, on his book “1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project.”
Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the American struggle for a free, equal nation for all.
“Papa John’s started in the back of a broom closet, so I love a little guy and I’m a fighter for the independent pizzeria, all the way to the bank,” said Papa John.
While it’s an unpopular opinion, taking care of children requires sacrifice and doing hard things like adults restraining themselves and prioritizing the rights of kids over their own desires.
“I think digital media has become less friendly to trouble makers,” Matt Yglesias told Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour.
‘Politics is downstream from culture and maybe culture is downstream from our universities,’ RealClearEducation’s Nathan Harden said.
Christian Datoc, Senior White House Correspondent at the Daily Caller, discusses expectations for journalism under a Biden administration.
Christopher Kimball of Milk Street joins host Ben Domenech to discuss cooking at home during a pandemic and how to revive the restaurant industry.
According to Tiana Lowe, there are many opportunities for conservative and libertarian millennials to capitalize on their generation’s distrust in elite institutions.
Spencer Brown, spokesman for Young America’s Foundation, joins this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
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