There are better partners than an organization that has made headlines for bending over backwards to defend the Chinese Communist Party amidst a tragedy it played a part in spreading worldwide.
From bubblegum bops like ‘Call Me Maybe’ to grittier songs like ‘Ho Hey’ to the SoundCloud stylings of ‘Old Town Road,’ the 2010s were packed with memorable pop music.
Catch Washington Post Film Critic Ann Hornaday on this episode Federalist Radio Hour.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour: The best performances, the anticipated politics, and the unfolding celebrity drama of award season.
John Legend tweeted that partaking in the documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ was an ‘easy decision,’ and labeled Kelly a ‘serial child rapist.’ He was almost alone in going public.
An unexpected debate about ‘A Star Is Born’ has people discussing the relative quality of pop music.
Given the current political culture of California, separating it from the rest of the United States would be in the best interests of both parties.
Lady Gaga’s pretentious Tiffany Super Bowl ad reveals the dilemma of the left: the ‘counterculture’ has become the establishment.
Lady Gaga and Tom Brady did exactly what they were there to do, on the biggest stage in the world, and so well it’s hard for anyone to argue with it.
Mary Katharine Ham hosts the Federalist Radio Hour with guests Guy Benson, Rich Cromwell, and Matt Battaglia in anticipation of the Superbowl.
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