Susanna Hoffman
Susanna Hoffman
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Susanna Hoffman is an intern for The Federalist and a student at Patrick Henry College where she studies journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @_SusannaHoffman.
America Cannot Be The ‘United’ States Without Common Goals

Aristotle argues friendships built on pleasure or utility will not last. The same could be said for America’s political movements. We need common virtue.

Does The Statue Of Liberty Poem Invalidate U.S. Borders Or Require Giving Welfare To Non-Citizens?

Ken Cuccinelli announced a change Monday that will deny green cards for immigrants on Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers, and other public welfare.

For Politicians To Win Back American Trust, Aristotle Suggests Prudence

Perhaps our politicians can learn something from Aristotle, and learn to pursue a good beyond themselves and for the country.

Bernie Sanders Will Reveal Government Secrets On UFOs If He’s Elected

Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders promised, if he’s elected president, to reveal the government’s secrets about UFOs during an interview on Joe Rogan’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience.

If You Want Public Justice, Practice Private Virtue

Justice is every bit as private as it is public. Because justice is about proper behavior in society, it also requires proper behavior as an individual.  

Josh Hawley’s New Tech Bill Would Make The Government America’s Mom

People can be their own monitors of media time, not the government.

To Do Something Truly Courageous, You Have To Mean To

Dr. Larry P. Arnn teaches the Greek philosopher Aristotle’s ‘Nichomachean Ethics,’ explaining that he defines courage as ‘the right disposition toward pain.’

Freedom Caucus Chair: Amash Lost Leverage Quitting GOP, Coalitions

Rep. Justin Amash left the GOP in July, declaring the two-party system an ‘existential threat’ to America. In June, Amash also left the House Freedom Caucus, of which he was a founding member.

Chick-Fil-A Debacle In Texas Raises Concerns About Corporate Free Speech

The San Antonio City Council voted in March to block the opening of a Chick-fil-A at the San Antonio International Airport because of the fast food Read Full Article >

Klobuchar Disses Omar, Refuses To Say If She’d Even Let Omar Speak At Dem Convention

When asked by Costa whether the Democratic Party is moving too far Left, Klobuchar said her party hosts a plurality of opinions.

Puerto Ricans Erupt In Protest, Demand Governor’s Resignation Over Leaked Text Messages

Massive protests broke out five days ago when almost 900 pages of private messages between Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and his top officials were leaked.

Why Good Decisions Require Good Intentions

Teaching on Aristotle’s ‘Nichomachean Ethics,’ Dr. Larry Arnn says it’s our intentions about a choice that determine whether it is a good one.

A Long Life Of Good Character Comes From Our Everyday Decisions

‘There are obstacles, temptations and confusions that are in the way, but if you think about it and you keep your soul in order and your attitude right, then you will make better choices.’

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta Defends Actions In Epstein Plea Deal

Jeffrey Epstein’s indictment on Monday resurfaced the 12-year-old case, bringing Acosta into the line of fire for an agreement that gave Epstein only 13 months of jail time and six days a week of working in his personal office.

Kavanaugh Confirmation Expose ‘Justice On Trial’ Hits No. 1 On Amazon

Even before its release on June 9, a new book divulging exclusive behind-the-scenes details of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation last year became Amazon’s No. 1 non-fiction bestseller.

Georgetown Professor Equates American Flag With Nazi Swastikas

MSNBC host Hallie Jackson interviewed Michael Eric Dyson in light of the controversy ignited by Nike’s terminated shoe design featuring the American Betsy Ross flag

Happiness Isn’t Just A Feeling. It Takes Work

Many associate happiness with wealth, prosperity, and pleasure. But Aristotle challenges humans to view happiness as an activity — striving to fulfill a purpose.

Supreme Court Rules Courts Have No Authority To Undo Partisan Gerrymandering

The Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 vote Thursday that political gerrymandering is a power delegated to Congress, not the judiciary.

Senate Approves Emergency Aid For Southern Border

The differences in Senate and House bills reveal the respective priorities of Republicans and Democrats.

Following House Subpoenas, Robert Mueller To Testify Before Congress

House Democrats have subpoenaed former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before Congress, despite his claims that is unnecessary.