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

Sex May Be Gone From Cinemas Awhile, And That Might Be A Good Thing

As film crews take COVID precautions to ensure the safety of their actors, sex scenes may hearken back to the era of Old Hollywood and the art of suggestion.

RNC Featured Heartwarming Story Of Cop Adopting Homeless Drug Addict’s Baby

President Trump invited Holets, his wife Rebecca, and baby Hope as special guests to the 2018 State of the Union, where he told the couple, ‘You embody the goodness of our nation.’

Connecticut Town Announces ‘John Oliver Memorial Sewage Plant’ After The Comedian Mocked Their City

Comedian John Oliver earned the city’s good-humored ribbing after a random and contextless rant against them on his HBO show ‘Last Week Tonight.’

Biden’s Plan Will Raise Taxes On Americans Who Earn Less Than $400,000 A Year

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris told ABC that they would not raise taxes on Americans who earn less than $400,000 a year. Five economic analyses of their plans find otherwise.

Disney Corporate Darling, Atlantic Journo Jemele Hill Says U.S. Is As Bad As Nazi Germany

It’s absolutely insane that anyone doubts that America has historically proven to be overwhelmingly superior to Nazi Germany, much less that the theory undergirds a bestselling book.

‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season Two Does Not Float To Previous Heights

While season two did not quite reach the heights of season one, with dragging subplots and some uninspired characters, there is definitely a lot to enjoy as well.

CNN’s Brian Stelter’s Trashy New Book Contains Crude Slight About First Lady’s Sex Life

Stelter was proud enough of this statement to include it in the preview he published in Vanity Fair as a sample of the book, used to drum up excitement and entice potential readers to purchase.

Chicago Mayor Who Can’t Contain Rioting Elsewhere Bans Protests From Her Block

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has banned protesters from congregating on the block where she lives, citing concerns for her safety. The rest of Chicago is still out to dry.

Chiefs, Detectives, And Police Unions Slam Goodyear’s Anti-Cop Policy: ‘It’s Just Disgusting’

Upon hearing the news Goodyear deems ‘Blue Lives Matter’ messaging unacceptable, police officers have this to say: ‘Stop buying Goodyear tires.’

Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Endorsed California Law Forcing Uber To Cut 200,000 Employees

Uber and its more than 200,000 drivers in California have fallen victim to the state’s assault on the gig economy.

Twitter Bans Babylon Bee, Then Claims It Was An Innocent Mistake

It’s disappointing to see accounts mocking the insanity of current times be banned when accounts parroting the same ideas earnestly are given free rein.

Clueless John Kerry Claims Iran Deal Would Have ‘Eliminated The Threat Of An Iran With A Nuclear Weapon’

What was this deal Kerry made that would have prevented Iran from developing a nuclear weapon? Because it certainly couldn’t be the Iran deal.

AOC Uses Convention Time To Endorse Sanders In A Buzzword-Heavy, But Substance-Free Speech

In a convention focused on the importance of supporting former Vice President Joe Biden in November, a Sanders endorsement was a sharp change of pace.

Poll: Postal Service Conspiracy And Mail-In Voting Undermining Confidence In Elections

Democrats trust the accuracy of mail-in ballots more than they do traditional voting at present, with 55 percent claiming confidence in all ballot counting, while 65 percent supported the accuracy of mail-in.

Gov. Cuomo, COVID-19 Is Not A ‘Metaphor’ To The Masses Of Dead New Yorkers

I don’t know how Cuomo defines success, but it certainly doesn’t look like an extended crisis, overwhelmingly high death toll, and policies that exacerbated the spread of COVID-19.

DNC Convention Shows Major Oversight With Last-Minute Invitation To Andrew Yang

It’s a bad sign for the DNC that it took a popular former presidential candidate complaining on Twitter before he received an invitation.

Gov. Phil Murphy Is Proud Of Fraudulent Mail-In Elections In New Jersey

When New Jersey’s elections faced a rampant fraud and negligence due to mail-in ballots, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy ‘liked what he saw.’

Corporate Media Publish Kinder Obituary Of Islamic State Terrorist Than Of The President’s Brother

The Washington Post published a far more inflammatory and negative headline for the obituary for an American businessman than for the head of ISIS.

Harvard Professor: Closing Schools Could Mean 10 Percent Lower Earnings For The Rest Of This Generation’s Lives

On Wednesday, the White House held an event discussing school reopenings with mothers, teachers, doctors, politicians, and subject-matter experts.

On Rob Lowe’s Podcast, Mike Myers Perfectly Expresses The Beauty Of The American Dream

In a time when fewer and fewer consider themselves proud to be American, it is heartwarming to hear the country’s virtues extolled in an apolitical and genuine manner.