Jonah Gottschalk
Jonah Gottschalk
Jonah Gottschalk

Jonah Gottschalk is an intern at the Federalist. He studies Modern History and International Relations at the University of St Andrews.

University Of Florida President Cancels Famous ‘Gator Bait’ Chant

The decision to ban the ‘Gator Bait’ chant has drawn broad criticism, including from the African American football star who founded the iconic fight song.

Amazon Funds New Doc On ‘Fearless’ Stacey Abrams, Set To Promote False Narrative On Her Loss

The Amazon-funded feature-length take on losing Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams’s evidence-free claims is currently in post-production and will be released prior to the 2020 election.

Rob Lowe Is Buddies With Clarence Thomas, Because Of Course

In a conversation with Conan O’Brian, the “Parks and Rec” star described their charity work together, and the time the Justice gave Lowe’s son career tips.

Trump Addresses Protests And Riots: ‘Toughness Sometimes Is The Most Compassionate’

Harris Faulkner pressed Trump on a range of hot topics including his “shooting and looting” tweet and the free state of CHAZ in Seattle.

Cornell Professor And ‘Legal Insurrection’ Founder Targeted For Criticizing BLM

After fellow Cornell professors and students attacked his disagreement with the ongoing protests, Professor Jacobson gave the perfect response.

The Protests Prove That Public Health Demands For Mail-In Elections Are A Lie

Democrats are using the pandemic as cover to push forward on policies they’ve wanted for years, but recent mass protests are blowing their coronavirus cover.

GOP Members Say Pelosi Cut Republicans Out Of Policing Bill, Preventing Bipartisan Reform

Despite having bipartisan support, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is choosing to make police reform a partisan affair, damaging the chance for effective reform.

Minneapolis Politicians Rally Around Abolishing The Police Department

The city possesses one of the highest violent crime rates in the country, with twice the national average of robbery, rape, and assault.

New Poll Shows Support For Sweeping Lockdowns Is Crumbling

A poll released today by Monmouth splashed cold water on politicians aiming to maintain the broad lockdowns we have seen across the country so far. While Read Full Article >

Twitter Mob Attacks Wendy’s After Falling For Fake News

Thousands of activists, as well as several journalists, are pile driving Wendy’s under the false impression that the company donated to Trump.

America’s Return To Space Proves The Success Of Privatization

How an unprecedented strategy cut costs, shook up the status quo, and returned the US to the forefront of space exploration.

J.K. Rowling Asking Kids To Illustrate Her New Book Is A Welcome Quarantine Distraction

Over the last three days, the world famous author has posted and responded to more than 250 drawings as part of a competition for her new book.

Historic SpaceX Launch Delayed, But Hope Remains In Cape Canaveral

The scrubbed launch demonstrated widespread excitement for the first manned American spaceflight since the end of the shuttle program.

Teddy Roosevelt Taught Us How To Break Up Monopolies Like YouTube

Remember Teddy Roosevelt when dealing with today’s Big Tech domination. We need to make a more competitive, less monopolistic environment. But can we?

Study: Humans Are Almost Surely The Only Sentient Life In The Universe

There are 19,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Earth-like planets in the observable universe. Out of all 19 sextillion of these, Earth is likely to be the only one with sentient life, three eminent scientists have concluded.