Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice
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Tristan Justice is the western correspondent for The Federalist. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. His work has also been featured in Real Clear Politics and Fox News. Tristan graduated from George Washington University where he majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @JusticeTristan or contact him at [email protected]

Trying To Camp In A 20-Degree Snowstorm Gave Me A New Appreciation For The Pilgrims

On Saturday, I embarked with a pair of friends on a wilderness trip about two hours northwest of Boulder, Colorado. We didn’t make it to sunset. 

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm Doesn’t Know How Much Energy Americans Need

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm doesn’t know how many barrels of oil the U.S. consumes on a daily basis. 

Legacy Outlets Ignore Hunter Biden Report On Securing Chinese Mineral Monopoly

The nation’s largest news networks ignored blockbuster reporting on Hunter Biden’s overseas deal securing a cobalt mine for China.

Biden Taps Strategic Oil Reserve 11 Months After Suspension Of Oil And Gas Leases

Biden ordered 50 million barrels from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve maintained for emergencies released amid high gas prices.

Rittenhouse Coverage Showcases Left-Wing Obsession With Stoking Race Wars

The left’s toxic obsession with skin color has now primed Americans to look for storylines of racism even in its absence.

SNL: Liz Cheney Is The Rachel Dolezal Of The Republican Party

Even the liberal comedy sketch writers at “Saturday Night Live” recognize GOP Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney as a Republican in name only.

GoFundMe Denied Rittenhouse Fundraising While Crowdsourcing Funds For BLM Rioters

Rittenhouse was denied crowdsourced funds for a political show trial charging him with first-degree homicide in a case that was clearly self-defense.

Will The White House Apologize For Defaming Kyle Rittenhouse As A White Supremacist?

The White House did not respond to The Federalist’s request for comment after a jury found Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges.

Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy Wants A State Coalition To Combat Federal Overreach. Will It Work?

‘They view Alaska as their own national park to save for mankind,’ Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy said, frustrated at the relentless intervention of beltway bureaucrats.

Youngkin’s Win Bolsters GOP Optimism, But Did Governors Learn?

Glenn Youngkin sought to inspire party colleagues to adopt the mantle of parental rights in education as a centerpiece to next year’s elections.

Larry Hogan Still Doesn’t Understand What Cancel Culture Is

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan once again showcased his ignorance of cancel culture, claiming it’s when people criticize politicians for doing their jobs badly. No, that’s called accountability.

DOJ Whistleblower Documents Suggest Merrick Garland Lied About The Targeting Of Parents As Domestic Terrorists

New whistleblower documents suggest Attorney General Merrick Garland lied to lawmakers about the agency’s targeting of parents.

Wyoming GOP No Longer Recognizes Liz Cheney As A Republican

The Wyoming Republican Party voted to disown the state’s at-large congresswoman, Liz Cheney, as a member of the party on Saturday.

Big Bird Should Return To Michelle Obama’s Gym Before Lecturing Your Kids On COVID Vaccines

On Sunday, the federally funded Big Bird celebrated the Centers for Disease Control’s decision to demand COVID-19 vaccine shots for children aged as young as five.

Joe Biden Could Bring Down Gas Prices Tomorrow. He’s Choosing Not To

President Biden is entirely responsible for the nation’s surging power prices, with no end to the rise in sight and no plan to stop it.

University Of Colorado Sued For Religious Discrimination In Vaccine Mandate

Sixteen students and faculty joined an ongoing lawsuit last week in partnership with the Thomas More Society alleging religious discrimination.

Biden National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan Referenced In Durham Indictment Of Clinton Lawyer

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan is the name behind ‘foreign policy advisor’ referenced in the Durham indictment of Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann.

Biden Puts Another Pipeline On The Chopping Block

The Biden administration is looking at a shutdown of Michigan’s Line 5 pipeline, White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed Monday.

Obama Climate Speech In Glasgow Is A Reminder Of How Badly He Governed

Former President Barack Obama attempted to relitigate his administration’s climate policies Monday in a speech to the COP26 global summit on climate change. 

Don Lemon Accuser Says CNN Anchor Tried To Settle Sexual Assault Case Three Times

Dustin Hice, who accused CNN’s Don Lemon of sexual assault over a 2018 incident, said the network anchor tried to settle the case three times.