Oren Cass joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how conservatives can reconcile their principles with the priorities of the working class.
The conservative mindset may be to despair right now. It’s reasonable given the position we find ourselves in. But Klavan does not see it this way. He believes the arts are a way to start winning again.
I didn’t walk out of my classes or forsake my responsibilities as an act of defiant protest. I will perform my daily duties to the best of my ability, as a sign of commitment to the values I hold dear.
According to Tiana Lowe, there are many opportunities for conservative and libertarian millennials to capitalize on their generation’s distrust in elite institutions.
‘If you can understand Wisconsin, you can understand where the conservative movement has been and where it’s going.’
Sean and Evita hope to give listeners fun and thoughtful takes on the intersection of pop culture and politics and to shed light on the evolution of conservatism from GenX to GenZ.
WSJ Editor Gerald F. Seib joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss his new book, new book, “We Should Have Seen It Coming: From Reagan to Trump–A Front-Row Seat to a Political Revolution.”
On The Federalist Radio Hour, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) talks Big Tech, Taylor Swift, this year’s RNC and more with Emily Jashinsky.
Reaganism was always more than just tax cuts. Informed patriotism, peace through strength, and individual liberty remain the heart of American conservatism.
Our nation faces challenges that cannot be adequately addressed by calcifying Reagan’s old platform of the 1980s into conservative dogma.
While it’s amusing to watch 18-year-old Jojo learn the cold truth about taxes, his experience reminds us how much the government takes from our hard work.
Many on the left have accused originalism of being nothing but a cover for conservatives’ preferred policy outcomes, but Vermeule’s proposal illustrates how restrained originalists have been.
‘Mrs. America’ promotes a number of outright falsehoods about the grassroots conservative leader Phyllis Schlafly, according to the late activist’s biographer.
Progressives have sought to impose their views on Americans through corporate America. Thanks to COVID-19, now conservatives are working to push politics out of boardrooms.
George Washington did not promote prosperity so that atomistic individuals could each pursue his or her own good. He did it for the sake of unity.
Without Rush Limbaugh’s three decades of on-air bombast, bluster, and fearless defense of his audience, there likely would not be a President Trump.
Along with the one-on-one time with my dad, three hours of Rush Limbaugh’s observations, wit, and humor provided everything I needed for a foundation in conservative thought.
As a reforged connection to the rest of the Anglosphere beckons, Britain now feels the same shaky optimism its former colony once felt — trying to chart an independent way ahead, coming out of an empire.
- Demi Lovato Calls Gender Reveal Parties ‘Transphobic’Demi Lovato finds pink and blue offensive, saying she bcontinue reading >
- Illinois Teachers Shamed For Color Of Their Skin In Taxpayer-Sponsored ‘Antiracist’ TrainingThe Countywide Equity Institute featured 10 speakers alcontinue reading >
- The Capitol Police Chief And Her Democratic Bosses Are Lying To You All To Hold Our Capital HostagePanic porn and agitprop are useful tools when you're wocontinue reading >