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The Cultural Clash Around #MeToo, Comedy, And Kavanaugh

Emily Jashinsky joins Federalist Radio to discuss figures like Norm MacDonald, Louis C.K., Brett Kavanaugh, and how the culture is trying to sort them all.

Ted Cruz Opponent Beto O’Rourke Says Police Are ‘The New Jim Crow’

On Wednesday, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Beto O’Rourke agreed with the assertion that the police are ‘the new Jim Crow.’

Ken Starr Opens Up 20 Years After The Clinton Investigation

Former Special Prosecutor Ken Starr joins Federalist Radio to discuss his new memoir on the Starr Report, Monica Lewinsky, and Clinton impeachment.

Podcast: Revisiting History’s Favorite Populists With Chris Stirewalt

Chris Stirewalt, joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the Kavanaugh accusations, political history, and his new book on populism.

Mark Leibovich Goes Inside The World Of Football, Sports Writing, And Roger Goodell

Ben Domenech interview Mark Leibovich on the Federalist Radio Hour about the NFL and the threat against its cultural dominance.

Hemingway And Harsanyi: Kavanaugh, Midterms, And Norm Macdonald

On today’s Federalist Radio Hour, Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi recap this week in political smears and media narratives.

Podcast: Behind The Scenes Of The ‘Gosnell’ Abortion Doctor Movie

Producer of the upcoming movie, “Gosnell,” joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share how she found this story and the challenges they faced in getting this movie made.

Can Nationalism Save The World From Universalist Ideologies?

Yoram Hazony joins the Federalist Radio Hour to defend the virtues of nationalism and its religious and historical roots.

Podcast: Democrats Push Single Payer, Republicans Push Paid Family Leave

Hadley Heath Manning discusses the current partisan agendas including paid parental leave , Medicare for all, and the opioid epidemic.

America’s Bros: Brett Kavanaugh, Michael Avenatti, And Jay Cutler

Bill McMorris and Ben Domenech update their ranking America’s bros and the facets of bro culture on the Federalist Radio Hour.

Hemingway: Obama Treated Press Worse Than Trump Does, But Media Didn’t Care

‘When it comes to actions taken and attempts to spy on reporters, the Obama administration was very bad. The media didn’t have the same reaction to it that they do to the Trump administration.’

Podcast: DC Plays Whodunnit With NYT Anonymous Op-Ed

Ben Jacobs, reporter at The Guardian, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss this week’s Senate hearings on Judge Kavanaugh and social media bias.

Interview: Does The Deep State Punish Intel Abuse Whistleblowers?

Did the ‘Deep State’ deep-six Adam Lovinger over the discovery of shady Defense Department contracts to FBI Trump informant Stefan Halper?

Recapping The Circus In The Senate At Kavanaugh’s SCOTUS Hearings

Heritage Legal Fellow Elizabeth Slattery joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the protests, Kavanaugh’s judicial record and the history of SCOTUS.

What Cultural Trends Created ‘The Coddling Of The American Mind’?

Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt and First Amendment expert Greg Lukianoff join Federalist Radio to discuss what’s happening in both child development and on college campuses.

New Title IX Rules Could Restore Due Process On College Campuses

Robby Soave joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss Title IX, free speech, defining the public square, and the rise of the scooter.

Podcast: Unpacking The Latest Catholic Church Scandals And Political Infighting

Washington Post religion reporter Julie Zauzmer explains the latest allegations against Catholics priests and how Church leadership has failed to respond.

Podcast: Primaries, The Blue Wave, And Dating In DC

Staff Writer Bre Payton and Politico Reporter Daniel Lippman break down the results of this week’s primary elections and how Trump’s influence on campaigns.

Federalist Radio: The Best Interviews On Gun Safety And Firearm Laws

Ben Domenech talks to gun experts Dana Loesch, Sean Davis, and Cam Edwards about firearm laws and attacks on the Second Amendment.

Flix It: ‘Clerks’ Is Still A Great Movie

On the second episode of , “Flix It,” David Marcus and Ellie Bufkin rewatch the 1994 indie film, “Clerks.”