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.
The corporate press will try to cast the annual conference as a gathering of fringe lunatics who are splitting the GOP. Don’t believe them.
Democrats unveiled an immigration bill last week that would grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants as conditions worsen on the border.
A rare winter storm has put ordinary Texans in danger — and exposed the corrupt and parasitic nature of the energy industry in oil-rich Texas.
The idea that McConnell is the right man to decide who is ‘electable’ is a joke.
According to McConnell, the Capitol protesters were all conspiracy theorists who can’t think for themselves. It’s a convenient lie.
Trump isn’t really on trial here, everyone who voted for him is. Democrats are arguing guilt by association, and they’re not stopping with Trump.
In which Poynter frets that a new social media app doesn’t archive everything to be fact-checked later on.
Republicans aren’t motivated by resentment, they’re motivated by self-preservation in the face of a highly aggressive left.
There is indeed a fight underway for the future of the Republican Party, but it’s not about QAnon conspiracy theories or crackpot lawmakers.
The GOP congressman who voted to impeach Trump has been disowned by his family—and he likes to talk about it on national news.
Manipulating language to impute guilt and wrongdoing to political opponents is dangerous, and the left should cut it out.
Biden’s attempted deportation freeze is an example of the executive overreach we should expect from his radical immigration agenda.
Holding Trump accountable for the actions of a handful of rioters is deeply misguided, and conservatives should know better than to support it.
Cesar Chavez was a fierce opponent of illegal immigration and a proponent of border vigilantism. But because he’s a hero of the left, no one cares.
The 2003 epic film about masculine virtue isn’t for woke zoomers and permanently adolescent millennials.
In the wake of the U.S. Capitol riot during a Donald Trump rally, corporate media won’t talk to the protesters or try to understand their point of view. So I did.
For our political and media elites, the capitol riot on Wednesday is the perfect excuse to ‘cleanse’ the country of Trump supporters.
Trump leaves his party in better shape than his previous two predecessors left theirs, but the GOP is still at war with itself.
The best way to secure public trust in the outcomes of our elections is to ensure that our elections are trustworthy. Right now, they’re not.
The Trump era has been great for biased media hacks at legacy outlets, who were richly rewarded. But what will they do after Trump leaves office?
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