Federal records show that the intelligence community secretly revised the formal whistleblower complaint form in August 2019 to eliminate the requirement of direct, first-hand knowledge of wrongdoing.
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation smearing ‘brought people back to the Republican Party,’ and it appears Democrats want to rev that engine again.
Andrew Heaton joins the Federalist Radio Hour to recap 2018, and make predictions for what this year’s political and cultural conversations will hold.
There was plenty of garbage released into theaters in 2018, so recognizing those misfires is always a lark.
Many of the films depicting the African-American experience this year are admirable, but the most meaningful one is, ironically, by the man who made ‘Dumb and Dumber.’
‘It’s not about the pasta’ was reality television’s greatest gift in 2018: petty, nonsensical, booze-fueled inanity— but with a kernel of relatability.
In defiance of most polls and conventional wisdom inside the Beltway, the GOP saw an 18-point net gain among this constituency in the Sunshine State compared to 2016.
Until Americans agree what actions or words are and are not racist, there is little hope of mending wounds that are getting much worse.
The Atlantic’s McKay Coppins joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the midterms, 2020, and the evolving legacy of Newt Gingrich.
Voters in Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia chose the un-flashy Republicans over the celebrity-backed Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms.
Moderates assumed that ‘replacing’ Obamacare meant Republican lawmakers had embraced the mantra of universal health coverage, and would maintain most of the benefits.
Are Florida’s election officials merely incompetent, or is there a sinister plot afoot to throw the election results towards Democrats?
Republican leads for governor and U.S. Senate vanished as Democrats in areas known for corruption add tens of thousands of statistically unlikely votes days after the election.
His aggressive effort to turn out the Democrat vote in key Senate, House and gubernatorial races largely failed.
Reports say Democrats will use their new power to investigate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. That could hurt them with voters, just like ruining his reputation did in 2018.
‘Hope and change’ has already been tried, and there’s no Obama-level orator in the field. Elizabeth Warren’s stumping didn’t do much. Where do Democrats go from here?
Democrats seem not to be able to stop themselves from throwing all manner of tantrums when politics doesn’t go their way. Republicans, not so much.
Heavy government regulations threatened to close Denver Riggleman’s distillery. Now, he’s going to be representing the state of Virginia as he fights back.
Cruz barely beat Beto O’Rourke, and other statewide races across Texas showed that despite its deep-red reputation, Texas could turn blue.
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