A case for why unbelievers need to come to their ‘What do I know?’ moment and be less critical of others as they explore belief and disbelief.
In the first lecture of Hillsdale College’s free online course about Congress, Dr. Larry Arnn explains the legislative branch’s intended purpose, and how our modern legislators have failed to fulfill it.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, senior editors Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi answer all of our listeners’ questions, ranging from music and vinyl to politics and media.
There’s wildly anti-conservative bias in high school debate leagues. So we built our own more objective competition that can better serve students.
In his major religious defense, John Henry Newman is indeed engaged in a battle, but he maintains a detachment that allows him to preserve a true charity towards his opponent.
We could use more good men skilled in speaking. We could also use more honest persuasion. That is why we could all stand to ramp up our rhetoric.
Grab a piece of paper and make a hash mark every time you hear a progressive make a beeline for one of the Four Big Slurs rather than acknowledge a legitimate counter-position.
The solution to bad speech is not more speech when nobody agrees on the ground rules. We cannot have a marketplace of ideas without rules of engagement.
It does not matter what your opinion is of Betsy DeVos, booing her during a speech is disrespectful and intellectually lazy.
Senate Republicans can confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominees without using the filibuster-killing nuclear option. Here’s how.
Lachlan Markay, reporter at the Washington Free Beacon, discussed expectations for the final presidential debate and his reporting on WikiLeaks
Take a delightful trip to an alternate reality where two prepared, and seemingly pleasant people are running for president. Their names are Kaine and Pence.
Mary Katharine Ham is joined by Politico Reporter Hadas Gold on today’s Federalist Radio Hour
Ben Domenech recaps the first 2016 presidential debate with guests Chris Stirewalt and Bill Kristol on the Federalist Radio Hour.
The real problem for Donald Trump in the presidential debates isn’t his temperament. It’s his narcissism.
Guy Benson and Amelia Hamilton join today’s Federalist Radio Hour to talk better debate moderators, universal preschool, and more.
Tim Carney and Ben Domenech debated Jennifer Rubin and Bret Stephens on the motion “Blame the elites for the Trump Phenomenon.”
In Saturday night’s debate, Donald Trump turned his fire on GOP voters. Then he copied one of his critics’ least successful lines of attack.
Paul excels, Christie shines, and Rubio and Cruz tussle in last GOP debate before Iowa caucuses. Trump’s absence was not a big deal.
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