Jeremy Peters covers politics for the New York Times and joins Ben Domenech on Federalist Radio to recount his career in reporting, campaigns, and politics.
Future conservative victories will rest not upon allegiance to Donald Trump, but upon a continued willingness to engage in intellectual inquiry and political persuasion.
This week, two New York Times writers drew outrage from progressives. Will the paper succumb to criticism, or continue its new commitment to conservative voices?
Magazines like Seventeen can tout sexually explicit nail designs and not lose readers, because conservative magazines fail on a key selling point.
We asked a wide range of conservative policy experts to grade President Trump on his first year in office. Across seven policy areas, Trump averaged a grade of B/B-.
Yuval Levin joins this episode of Federalist Radio to break down the good and bad policy of Trump’s first year in office, and our dysfunctional Congress.
Instead of quietly discriminating as they’ve done in the past, now the Left is pushing to publicly shame artists and actors, including blacklisting people like Kevin Sorbo from public appearances.
In all, Glamour honored 10 women at a splashy Brooklyn award show this week. No less than half were in part recognized for their advocacy on behalf of liberal causes.
Claremont Review of Books Senior Editor William Voegeli discusses culture wars, Trump, and compassion in government on Federalist Radio.
This type of equivocation isn’t a new feature of the White House. And recognizing that can help both the Left and Right see each other’s concerns.
Identity politics of any stripe is not conservatism. Both fascists and communists oppose the core principles of the political right.
Despite the progressive lessons of their elders, many young people are embracing old-fashioned norms like marriage and traditional gender roles.
American farmer Joel Salatin joins Federalist Radio to discuss how humans can reconcile their faith, respect for nature, and caring for the environment.
The West’s manipulation of the world’s second-largest religion for political purposes threatens to do lasting damage to the idea of Islam and its innocent followers.
The roots of conservative thought promote stewardship over subjugation. We have to embrace that message.
The scope of the loss is a little hard to fathom because the reach of Peter Lawler’s influence was far greater than a casual observer of his work could have seen.
Author of “The Fractured Republic” joins Federalist Radio to talk health care, think tanks, and the future of conservatism.
What should we make of Bill O’Reilly’s generational appeal, both in style and substance? How much of that appeal translates to younger generations of the non-Left, and why?
“We need to understand what’s going on in all 50 states, and attract candidates who are consistent with their messages but perhaps not on 100 percent of the issues,” Tom Perez said.
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