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]t.com.

Senate Minority Report Exonerates Trump Of Weaponizing DOJ Over Election Results

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee exonerated former President Donald Trump of weaponizing the DOJ to retain power.

Tracy Stone-Manning’s Confirmation Signals Democrat Embrace Of Ecoterrorism

After the widespread excusal of last year’s summer of rage, Stone-Manning’s confirmation signified the Democrats’ further acceptance of political violence.

Senate Democrats Confirm Domestic Terrorist Tracy Stone-Manning To Lead Bureau Of Land Management

Senate Democrats voted to confirm President Joe Biden’s ecoterrorist nominee, Tracy Stone-Manning, to lead the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Thursday.

Liz Cheney, House Democrats Target Americans For Exercising Right To Protest

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 select committee is targeting private citizens over the free exercise to petition and protest.

Britney Spears Freed From Father’s Oversight Under Conservatorship

While Britney is now free of her father’s rule, she is not free of the 13-year legal arrangement that’s prohibited her from making her own personal or financial decisions.

CNN Rewarded With Emmy For Downplaying Violence Of Floyd Riots

CNN landed an Emmy Tuesday in the breaking news category, one of seven the network captured on night one of the News and Documentary Emmy Awards.

Hilarious New Babylon Bee Sketch Mocks FBI Role In Terror Plots

Conservative satirical website The Babylon Bee published a video on Monday mocking the federal government’s use of FBI informants at the Capitol riot.

Watchdog Group Sues Interior Department Over Access To Secretary Deb Haaland’s Schedule

A government watchdog group is suing the Interior Department over access to Secretary Deb Haaland’s schedule kept under seal.

Gen. McKenzie Confirms Biden Lied About Troop Recommendations In Afghanistan

‘I recommended we keep 2,500 troops in Afghanistan,’ Gen. McKenzie told the Senate Armed Services Committee — but that wasn’t Biden’s story.

Media Outlets Quick To Call Hunter Biden Laptop Russian Disinformation Ignore Confirmation It Was Real

Outlets that were quick to discredit content from Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation last fall are ignoring fresh confirmation that it wasn’t.

Occupy Democrats Endorses Liz Cheney

Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney drew another big-name endorsement last week: Occupy Democrats.

Liz Cheney Endorses Radical Transgender Agenda

Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney endorsed the radical transgender agenda Sunday in an interview with CBS’s ’60 Minutes.’

Politico ‘Scoop’ On Biden Laptop Proves The Dangers Of ‘Disinformation’ Police

Politico thought it broke a major story this week, claiming it confirmed the authenticity of emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Ana Navarro And Sunny Hostin Spread COVID On Stage While Complaining About Unvaccinated

The View co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were escorted offstage after testing positive for the novel Wuhan coronavirus.

Colorado Web Designer Petitions Supreme Court After Being Compelled To Celebrate What She Believes Is Wrong

Lorie Smith lost a 2-1 ruling in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit that mandates she create custom graphics and websites for LGBT customers.

EPA Dismisses Congressional Oversight Request On Appointee’s Chinese Ties

A spokesman in New Mexico Rep. Yvette Herrell’s office confirmed to The Federalist Thursday the agency has so far dismissed the request with no response.

Marco Rubio Proposes Bill To Help Shareholders Curb Unchecked Corporate Wokeism

The Mind Your Own Business Act shifts the burden of proof in cases where shareholders take legal action against corporate executives over their political activism.

Interior Department Misses Promised Deadline To Deliver Federal Oil And Gas Report

Wednesday marked the first day of autumn. It also marked the Interior Department’s promised public deadline to release an interim report on oil and gas.

‘Climate Night’ Was Just As Condescendingly Cringey As Expected

Eight late-night comedy shows teamed up Wednesday to dedicate entire portions of their programs to climate change.

Senate Republicans Seek Greater Oversight Over Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Senate Republicans are seeking greater congressional authority over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau with new legislation out Wednesday.