On this episode, author David Marcus joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his article ‘NYC is failing its homeless residents.’
Tristan Justice and Jordan Davidson break down how the failed recall of California Gov. Gavin Newsom cemented the state as a leftist paradise.
Biologists Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying discuss their book ‘A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life.’
Josh Denny, host of ‘Next Week Tonight,’ reflects on the state of comedy and how Norm Macdonald’s passing will affect comics around the globe.
Ben Domenech was joined by Miranda Devine to talk about what the corporate media won’t cover, lessons since 9/11, and her new book ‘Laptop From Hell.’
Environmentalists stifle projects to protect the wildlife, but others say development is necessary to forward Alaska’s oil, gas, and mining industries.
Neil Patel, Co-Founder and Publisher at The Daily Caller, recounts how he responded to 9/11 as the then-chief policy adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney.
Digital Dunkirk’s Alex Plitsas discusses how he’s helping American citizens and other at-risk Afghans escape the grasp of the Taliban.
A new survey from The American Compass found that labor unions were viewed more positively by upper and middle-class Democrats than by working class people.
Federalist D.C. Columnist Eddie Scarry discusses his article ‘Corporate Media Once Again Target Ron DeSantis While Democrats Ruin Everything.’
Tristan Justice joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the political divisions in Oregon speak to the rural-urban divide in the United States.
Bedford and Jashinsky discuss how Biden will try to sweep the Afghanistan crisis under the rug and refocus on progressive domestic policy.
Madeline Fry Schultz talks about her recent article and discusses how entertainment outlets are pushing the abortion agenda onscreen.
Live Action President and Founder Lila Rose joins The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how this anti-abortion law got past abortion activists’ attempts to block it.
Eddie Scarry critiques coverage of Biden’s Afghanistan crisis and explains why the corrupt press faces a partisan dilemma when covering foreign policy.
Christopher Bedford discusses whether the post-Trump GOP will have the stamina to survive another leftist push to turn once-Republican strongholds blue.
‘I think it is obvious by now that Biden is not fit. He’s not competent or capable of the office of the presidency,’ Davidson said.
Tim Phillips breaks down how Democrats are using the taxpayer-funded ‘infrastructure’ and reconciliation bills to push their leftist, progressive agendas.
Michael Shellenberger talks about his new book ‘San Fransicko’ and how progressive policies are exacerbating drug addiction and homelessness.
Madeline Osburn and Emily Jashinsky break down why ‘fact-checking’ sites employed by big tech giants are partisan institutions unworthy of Americans’ trust.
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