Republicans must become not just the party of workers but also the party of families. They should do it by upping Joe Biden’s proposed child tax credit into something bigger.
Among restrictive COVID-19 mandates and government lockdowns that hobbled the economy, significantly more people left blue states to resettle in areas in the southern and western U.S.
In embracing the notion of a majority-minority nation, Democrats who advocate identity politics are not placing as good a bet as some of them think.
Demographics aren’t destiny, culture is. The sooner Americans return to affirming “E pluribus unum,” the faster we can mend our national wounds.
Democratic pundits still don’t seem to grasp that demographics both shape and are shaped by politics. It’s not a one-way relationship, it’s symbiotic.
Adding a city the size of Philadelphia in just one year hardly means we are on the cusp of a decline in population, as The New York Times article suggests.
It has long been a cultural phenomenon that when people are confined to their homes due to dramatic weather events, babies start springing forth nine months later.
Echelon’s results suggest that college-educated white Democrats are most responsible for pushing the party leftward, particularly on social and cultural issues.
Led by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s Fidesz party is encouraging family growth rather than relying on mass immigration to generate younger workers to pay for their welfare state.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Ben Domenech interviews education economist Eric Hanushek.
David Brooks is the latest pundit to claim young voters will doom Trump and the GOP for the foreseeable future. History says such predictions always fail.
Even if Democrats’ raft of ‘family-oriented’ welfare proposals intend to raise plummeting U.S. birth rates — a national problem that needs to be addressed — they won’t do any good because the problem isn’t money, it’s culture.
Lyman Stone joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss demographics, climate change, American fertility, and Twitter fights.
There are people planning for the 400 millionth American. There are people planning for, dreaming for, the billionth American. I am one of them.
The Director of Political Research at Pew joins Federalist radio share what their polls says about generational differences, polarization, and talking politics with relatives at Thanksgiving.
Cruz barely beat Beto O’Rourke, and other statewide races across Texas showed that despite its deep-red reputation, Texas could turn blue.
The promise of inevitability has not only led Democrats to overlook logistical and structural problems but has also encouraged them to indulge their leftist passions.
They are scared they’ll lose themselves, that it will be too hard, that they’ll never get back the life they are enjoying. The opposite is true.
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