The Federalist staff reacts to Friday’s jury verdict that Kyle Rittenhouse is not guilty on all charges on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
The sheer similarities and differences between the treatment of the 2020 rioters compared to the treatment of the January 6 riot rioters are shocking.
The class will teach students to ‘sell abolition to the masses and design a multi-media ad campaign to make prison abolition go viral.’
Hearts broken, the Woods and Williams families buried their children, took care of their grandchildren, and prayed for justice. They’re still waiting.
That the U.S. justice system punished Derek Chauvin shows both the promise of America and the hollowness of critical race theory.
Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway noted the increases in violent crime in the United States, saying the media needs to be more more truthful.
The narratives perpetuated by reporters, activists, and others who choose to ignore the facts, are doing the opposite of justice.
“Justice is as old as the ideas that built our society,” Domenech said, but many on the left, including Joe Biden, don’t understand how justice works.
A fair trial might have come to the same conclusion. But we’ll never know, and never be able to trust this outcome, because America’s left purposefully made a fair trial impossible.
Vice President Kamala Harris said a guilty verdict is not enough to “heal the pain that existed for generations.”
Biden announced Tuesday that he had spoken with the family of George Floyd and that he is “praying the verdict is the right verdict.”
While the FBI has been failing to stop terrorist attacks by known threats, it has conducted numerous political operations on behalf of Democrats. It’s time to clean house.
In his bold second book, Michael Knowles throws the book at free speech absolutism in favor of a pragmatic approach toward PC and cancel culture.
At its essence, Tennesee House Bill 10 promotes foundational conservative policies and should be a no-brainer for Republicans in the red stronghold.
We can expect that the lies and coverups that already have occurred related to Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s death will be magnified across every other fact related to these events.
Ben Domenech and Ilya Shapiro discuss the history of contentious court fights and how they transitioned from an insulted political conflict into the public square.
Restrictions on police power are, of course, imperfect, but they are much more developed and effective than those left-wing rioters and militants impose on themselves.
Today’s justice system isn’t the semi-balanced contest between prosecutor and defense counsel before a conscientious jury portrayed in ‘Perry Mason.’
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