As Nixon knew in 1968, if Republicans fail to be the party of benevolent order, people will elect anyone who gives them the justice they demand.
The sight of a darkened White House against the burning backdrop of DC makes for an effective image, but it simply wasn’t the case.
In MSNBC’s daytime lineup, host Katy Tur was shocked when she met Iowans who supported President Trump and his trade war with China.
Roberts’ unwillingness to interfere in the proceedings of the trial will undoubtedly infuriate the left, but despite the hysteria, he’s absolutely correct.
In contrast to the kangaroo court being overseen by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, past impeachment probes have been bipartisan, tied to a straightforward offense, and timely.
Are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West the only celebrities who have been able to stand up to the mob?
Blagojevich’s swampy actions don’t deserve a commuted sentence. If President Trump wants to stick to his mission, he should let the former Illinois governor serve his time for his crimes.
In the case of Matthew Charles and others where the criminal justice system has failed, decisive action from a courageous president may be the only hope.
Fox News host and media analyst, Howard Kurtz, joins this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss his reporting on the media’s contempt for President Trump.
After all their talk about its importance, it was Democrats who left a 6-year funding package for CHIP on the table, not Republicans.
HuffPost political reporter Igor Bobic joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the ever-changing relationship between President Trump and Congress.
Economist Veronique de Rugy discusses Paul Ryan’s tax reform, deductions, and the future of work on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
The only way the Obamacare replacement bill could have turned out worse is if Republicans had actually passed it. Thank the House Freedom Caucus.
The Washington Post claimed that the deportation raids last week were a departure from Obama’s practices, but they weren’t.
People keep asking whether Trump’s executive order is constitutional. But it’s not just about what the government can do—it’s about what it should do.
U.S. policy has historically been never to promote abortions abroad. But too often, U.S. tax dollars help NGOs promote and perform abortions.
From Dodd-Frank to Fannie Mae, Ben Domenech and Jeremy Senderowicz discuss future financial regulation on today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
I’d like nothing more than for a Donald Trump presidency to usher in a new age of reduced government involvement in family life.
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