In America’s reddest state, moderation and prudence are increasingly seen as a betrayal of conservatism and a reason to purge the GOP.
Four million people have watched the first three episodes of this documentary series on Facebook. It confirms flyover Americans’ suspicions about Congress making itself comfortable while ignoring the country’s needs.
‘You can’t prevent federal employees from talking directly to Congress. Period. Don’t even try.’
In a new poll, more people said they would vote for a Republican candidate over a Democrat in the upcoming midterm elections.
While the self-labeled remnant challenges conservatives to live up to a higher standard, others counter that we should leverage unified Republican government to secure policy wins.
In the end, Trump walked away from a promise made by the Obama administration, not the American people.
Jonah Goldberg’s response is more evidence of the reordering of the coalitional hierarchy of priorities within the American right.
If we ignore Congress, every autopilot spending program in existence, and trillions in Obama spending, then maybe we can blame debt solely on the GOP.
The Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein joins Federalist Radio to trace Paul Ryan’s career and what will happen to Republicans when he leaves.
Ryan was the most important Republican in Washington from 2009 to 2016. He now seems like a throwback from a bygone era.
Members of Congress have it within their collective power to change the ways their respective chambers act—if only they have the political will.
Josh Kraushaar, Politics Editor at National Journal, talks journalism, politics, sports, and makes predictions for 2018 midterms on Federalist Radio.
On the omnibus, on the Second Amendment, on border safety—almost every issue—the GOP continues to betray the American people.
A panel of top conservative women have a conversation on work-life balance, empowerment and how they are responsible for helping each other succeed.
Top-ranking House Republican leaders are backing calls for a second special counsel to investigate the Obama Department of Justice and the FBI for their handling of Hillary Clinton email probe and the ongoing Russia probe.
Donald Trump met with lawmakers from both sides of the aisle Wednesday in an effort to cobble together gun control legislation after 17 were shot and killed in Parkland, Florida two weeks ago.
Jonathan Rauch and Benjamin Wittes see Donald Trump and his political coalition as uniquely dangerous, instead of as symptomatic of crumbling institutions and a declining civic impulse.
The real motives of Rauch, Wittes, and NeverTrumpers have nothing to do with pragmatic politics in response to a ‘dangerous’ president or concern about the rule of law.
Here are some of the most shocking bombshells outlined in the memo, which summarizes information compiled by congressional Republicans.
This 2016 election has been corrupted by partisanship. Until we get to the bottom of how the FBI obtained FISA warrants, the questions will fester.
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