Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse shrugged off questions from a local news outlet about his family’s membership in an all-white exclusive beach club in Rhode Island.
Stepman said the U.S. has made its fair share of mistakes but “that doesn’t mean that ultimately our system is something that people don’t want, that they reject.”
The bill would have stopped border crisis head Kamala Harris from taxpayer-funded international trips until she visits the U.S.-Mexico border and submits a report on the ongoing crisis to Congress.
Republicans in the House put forth a measure on Monday calling out far-left ‘Squad’ Democrats for defending Palestinian groups who are attacking Israel.
“These children have adult bodies but the minds of children. They don’t want to grow up,” said Hoover Institution fellow Victor Davis Hanson.
Assistant Editor Kylee Zempel and Senior Editor Christopher Bedford join Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss this week in politics on The Federalist Radio Hour.
It’s been a rocky week for Democrats. Internally divided, members fight with leadership over issues ranging from the border crisis to terrorism.
A majority of Americans want a return to normalcy, but 71 percent of Democrats still think we should ‘stay at home as much as possible,’ according to a new poll.
Meidas Touch, which bills itself as “a progressive, next-generation SuperPAC” media company, spent $184,854 on a television ad with Fox News this week.
Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III, a fellow at The Heritage Foundation and a Reagan administration member, filed an amicus brief Monday in New York.
“The basic notion of democratic reform and voting rights in the United States is a national security issue,” said Biden’s National Security Adviser.
To the dismay of leftists, Sen. Joe Manchin said he will vote against the For the People Act, an overreaching election reform bill.
If Congress were to enact such a sweeping law, it would be doomed by a constitutional principle even the most liberal justices have endorsed.
“If we want to reduce violent crime, reduce the number of people in our jails, the answer is to stop building more of them,” Ocasio-Cortez suggested.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will not grant interviews to white reporters, so one conservative media outlet is suing the Democrat for sticking to her word.
Amid increasing attacks on Jewish people and the Middle East conflict, Jon Voight called out “liberal fools,” asking, “What is wrong with you all?”
Democrats want to deny deserving Asian-American students admission into elite schools to satisfy their vision of social justice. Republicans running for office should hammer this home with voters.
“It’s meant to give Democrats something to hang on to for the next two years, heading into 2022 that they can use to demonize their opposition,” Davis said.
Republicans have a good chance of bouncing back in the 2022 midterms, a new report from the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics suggests.
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