Paulina Enck
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Paulina Enck is an intern at the Federalist and current student at Georgetown University in the School of Foreign Service. Follow her on Twitter at @itspaulinaenck

10 Anti-Valentine’s Day Movies For Those Who Are So Over February 14

Whether you’re seeking catharsis for a Valentine’s Day spent single or merely wish to offset the overwhelming atmosphere of the day, these ten movies are an ideal antithesis to the saccharine.

Jeff Bezos Loved Mail-In Voting For The 2020 Election, But Not For Amazon Unionization Efforts

Between his two major companies, Amazon and the Washington Post, Jeff Bezos does not hold consistent views on mail-in voting.

Harvard Yanks Elise Stefanik From Volunteer Position Because She Dared To Point Out 2020 Election Problems

‘They obviously don’t want to hear perspectives of 73 million Americans who voted for President Trump,’ Stefanik expressed. ‘And the tens of millions of Americans who have concerns about election integrity.’

Top 10 ‘Best’ Jim Acosta Moments

As we bid farewell to professional grandstander Jim Acosta as he leaves his post as White House correspondent for CNN, let’s look back at some of his most shining moments.

Blending Classic Sensibilities And Modern Storytelling, ‘Mank’ Is A Beautiful Blast From The Past

David Fincher’s new film following Herman ‘Mank’ Mankiewicz as he writes the screenplay of ‘Citizen Kane’ is a stunning piece of cinema and a must-watch for anyone who loves old movies.

‘Wife, Mother, Grandmother, And Daughter’ Nancy Pelosi Leads Impeachment Speech With Words She Banned

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi referred to herself as ‘a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a daughter’ during her opening of the impeachment debate after banning sex-specific words in legislation.

Nikole Hannah-Jones Calls For ‘Consequences,’ ‘Deprogramming’ For Republicans

Nikole Hannah-Jones believes 74 million Americans deserve to be “punished” as part of deprogramming them for voting for Donald Trump in 2020.

Twitter Hasn’t Suspended These Accounts Or Tweets That Openly Incite Violence

Twitter is more offended by President Trump than by a theocratic dictator who supports terror attacks and threatens other countries.

Why Georgia’s May Actually Be The Most Important Election In Recent History

Every major election has substantial stakes, but today’s runoff Senate race in Georgia will determine the country’s future for years to come.

To Protect The Vulnerable, These Politicians Put Themselves At The Back Of The COVID Vaccine Line

‘The mere suggestion that Members of Congress are in any way more important than the very people who gave us the privilege of serving in Congress is appalling.’

Democrats Attempt To Erase The Words ‘He,’ ‘She,’ ‘Mother,’ And ‘Father’ From The House

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is attempting to excise all references to either sex in House business to ‘honor all gender identities’ and ‘promote inclusion and diversity.’

Sexy Historical Romance Series ‘Bridgerton’ Is A Swoon-Worthy If Cliched Delight

Strong performances and character development balance out the soapy sex and romance nicely, creating a thoroughly bingeable and enjoyable series.

University Of Michigan IT Department Wants People To Stop Saying ‘Picnic,’ ‘Preferred Pronouns,’ And ‘Girl’

University of Michigan’s IT Department is doing the important work of protecting students from the horrors of words like ‘picnic’ and ‘honey.’

We Must Ban These Christmas Classics To Please The Wokesters

In the name of social justice, it is important to quash all the good Christmas feelings and instead find something at which to take offense.

5 Nontraditional Christmas Films To Spice Up Your Holiday Season

The following films are decidedly not Christmas movies in the traditional sense, but they’re better than Hallmark’s annual output.

8 Of The Craziest Items In The $900 Billion COVID Blue-State Bailout Bill

The prohibitively long and oddly complex document that bails out states that have decided to harm their own citizens contains ridiculous provisions with no connection to the pandemic.

6 Biggest Turkeys Of 2020 Politics

Thanksgiving is a time to look back in gratitude on all that has been good in the past year. It’s also a chance to award the bad — and politicians have given lots from which to pick.

SCOTUS Blocks Cuomo’s COVID Restrictions On Church Attendance In New York

The Supreme Court determined that the exorbitant restrictions on church attendence were in violation of the First Amendment’s protection of Free Expression.

Netflix’s ‘Rebecca’ Is An Unremarkable Adaptation Of An Excellent Story

There is an irony that a film focusing on a woman worried that she will never live up to her predecessor is a pale imitation of its source material.

Watch These Nontraditional Horror Movies For A Spooky Halloween Weekend

There are a plethora of traditional monster, slasher, and gore films, but what about options for those less interested in traditional genre offerings?