John Daniel Davidson is the Political Editor at The Federalist. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, National Review, Texas Monthly, The Guardian, First Things, the Claremont Review of Books, The LA Review of Books, and elsewhere. Follow him on Twitter, @johnddavidson.
New monthly data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show that a growing proportion of total border arrests are single adults. It’s a sign things are getting worse, not better.
In the aftermath of Vice President Kamala Harris’s trip to Guatemala and Mexico, we need to be clear about what triggered the crisis at the border.
Residents of rural Val Verde County, Texas, have never seen illegal immigration on this scale. It’s a full-blown crisis, and no one is coming to help.
Ranchers and cops in rural Brooks County, Texas, say illegal immigration is worse than it’s ever been, with deadly consequences for migrants who get lost.
Conditions for migrant children appear to be much worse under Biden than they were under Trump. Just don’t expect AOC to weep for the cameras.
David Frum is the first prominent journalist to fictionalize the debate over the origins of COVID, but he won’t be the last.
Ceremonies blessing same-sex unions by German Catholic priests this week represent a challenge to the Vatican from which it dare not shrink.
Under the pretext of an investigative profile, the Post smears Sen. Josh Hawley by attacking small-town America, Christians, and the rule of law.
It turns out Ibram X. Kendi’s core constituency is — surprise! — white readers of The Atlantic.
By upholding Facebook’s Trump ban, the “oversight board” has given an imprimatur of respectability to Facebook’s biased content moderation.
The Biden administration wants to blame the border crisis on Donald Trump, but the problem is much larger and more complex than that.
Corporate media are having a hard time grasping what’s at stake in a debate among U.S. Catholic bishops about Biden’s stance on abortion.
Former US ambassador to Mexico, Christopher Landau, says Mexico has taken a ‘laissez faire’ approach to cartels, which now control vast swaths of territory.
It’s not just rude and selfish to pry into other people’s private medical decisions, it’s also unscientific and totally unnecessary.
As the border crisis deepens, cartels are raking in profits from migrant smuggling inside the United States as violence spirals in Mexico.
Tens of millions of Americans aren’t going to get a COVID-19 vaccine, no matter what. Instead of shaming them, we should try to understand why.
If GOP leaders aren’t willing to take on the left and wade into the culture wars, then conservatives should have no use for them.
We’re in a new era of news media, a clown world where true things are decried as false and false things are heralded as true.
The border crisis is turning deadly. On March 20, a nine-year-old girl drowned in the Rio Grande. Why aren’t major media outlets more interested?
The Washington Post plays fast and loose with federal data to advance a spurious argument that there is no border crisis.
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