Kyle Sammin
Kyle Sammin
Kyle Sammin is a lawyer from Pennsylvania, a senior contributor to The Federalist, and the co-host of the Conservative Minds podcast. Read some of his other writing at his website, or follow him on Twitter at @KyleSammin.
Yes, It’s Time For The United States To Leave The World Trade Organization

Sen. Josh Hawley has led the charge against the WTO, calling for it to be abolished — but there’s a better way: leave the WTO, but take along like-minded nations willing to play by the rules.

We’re In A New Cold War, This Time With China

In our exultation, we forgot to finish the job. Communism lived on in mainland China, and is once again challenging the free world for dominance.

Three Lefty Supreme Court Justices Affirm Originalism In Unanimous Jury Ruling

With three conservatives and three liberals signing on to the originalist ruling in Ramos v. Louisiana, we see more evidence that the ‘living Constitution’ school of thought is in decline.

No, Boosting Small Businesses Isn’t Rich People ‘Looting’ Taxpayers

Far from a naked handout to rich guys, the minor change under the stimulus package reduces taxes on business owners with the aim of making it easier to retain workers on payroll during this crisis.

No, Tax-Evading Cruise Lines Shouldn’t Get Handouts From Uncle Sam

American taxpayers don’t love handouts to American corporations, but they really hate handouts to foreign companies — especially when they’re only foreign to avoid U.S. taxes and laws.

The Wuhan Virus May Finally Bring About A Work-From-Home Revolution

One bright spot in this medical and economic catastrophe is that millions of workers will find that working from home is not only possible, but preferable.

The 2020 Census Wants You To Identify With Some Race. So Pick ‘American’

When you write in ‘American’ on the census, you acknowledge that while our differences are part of us, they don’t compare with all we have in common.

Best Tweets Of The First Biden-Sanders Democratic Primary Debate

In case you missed it while out searching the earth for the last available bottle of Purel, we collected the best tweets of the debate so you won’t have missed a thing.

3 Signature Trump Policies That Preemptively Addressed The Coronavirus Crisis

From border control and foreign goods to deadly germs, this is a crisis President Trump is uniquely positioned to handle responsibly.

Mike Bloomberg’s Flameout Proves Billions Can’t Buy Elections

Despite recent history proving money can’t buy elections, Democrats haven’t changed their tune because the call for ‘getting money out of politics’ was never about money; it was always about ideas.

How White House Rivalries Shaped History

Historian Tevi Troy’s latest book, ‘Fight House: Rivalries in the White House from Truman to Trump,’ explores how infighting can make or break a president.

The Best Tweets Of Democrats’ South Carolina Primary Debate

From Las Vegas to Charleston in a week: Democratic candidates for president had to spin from pretending to care about unionized casino workers to pretending to care about rural black Southerners.

Giants Cancel Championship Legend Aubrey Huff For Tweeting Support Of Trump

The Giants do all baseball fans a disservice by turning their back on Aubrey Huff, a player who helped them bring home their first championship in 66 years.

The Best Tweets Of The Las Vegas Democratic Debate

If you like yelling, this was the debate for you. Missed it? Don’t worry, we’ve got the best tweets of the night from everyone whose ears suffered for you.

Ireland’s Populist Left Makes Best Showing In A Century

Sinn Fein may not even be a part of the eventual governing coalition. But they have made themselves and their left-wing populism impossible to ignore.

Census Records: Pete Buttigieg’s Ancestor Owned Slaves On Native American-Ceded Land

Among Pete Buttigieg’s mother’s ancestors we can find his great-great-great-great-grandfather, a Tennessee congressman and planter named William Marshall Inge.

Here’s How The Iowa Caucus Works, And Why It’s Better Than A Primary

Voting is only a part of self-government. Speaking, listening, and exchanging ideas are also necessary to build trust and find agreement. Caucuses do that; primaries don’t.

Why Baseball Needs A Real Commissioner Again

Baseball needs a chairman who represents owners, players, and fans. They need someone who will truly act in the best interests of the game, not the best interest of the owners.

Best Tweets Of The Seventh And Final Democrat Primary Debate

If you had better things to do than watch CNN for two and a half hours, never fear: Here are the best tweets of the evening for your reading pleasure.

How To Reduce The Supreme Court’s Power Without Judicial Term Limits

Restoring circuit duties to the court would naturally decrease tenure on the bench without weakening the judiciary’s independence or adding more justices in a partisan war.