Henry Olsen joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss suburban voters, House leadership, and possible 2020 outcomes.
What’s wrong with white women? Perhaps there’s nothing wrong with them as a group. Perhaps many just don’t adhere to groupthink that strips us all of our individual liberty.
The Atlantic’s McKay Coppins joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the midterms, 2020, and the evolving legacy of Newt Gingrich.
Voters in Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia chose the un-flashy Republicans over the celebrity-backed Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms.
Moderates assumed that ‘replacing’ Obamacare meant Republican lawmakers had embraced the mantra of universal health coverage, and would maintain most of the benefits.
Are Florida’s election officials merely incompetent, or is there a sinister plot afoot to throw the election results towards Democrats?
Every day that we do not have a total tabulation of the ballots in this key county, the more Republican voters will with all good reason begin to believe the election results are being manipulated.
Republican leads for governor and U.S. Senate vanished as Democrats in areas known for corruption add tens of thousands of statistically unlikely votes days after the election.
His aggressive effort to turn out the Democrat vote in key Senate, House and gubernatorial races largely failed.
Reports say Democrats will use their new power to investigate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. That could hurt them with voters, just like ruining his reputation did in 2018.
‘Hope and change’ has already been tried, and there’s no Obama-level orator in the field. Elizabeth Warren’s stumping didn’t do much. Where do Democrats go from here?
Democrats seem not to be able to stop themselves from throwing all manner of tantrums when politics doesn’t go their way. Republicans, not so much.
Manhattan Institute’s Michael Hendrix joins the Federalist Radio Hour to unpack some of the biggest wins and losses for state politics after the midterms.
Heavy government regulations threatened to close Denver Riggleman’s distillery. Now, he’s going to be representing the state of Virginia as he fights back.
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.
Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss what to expect from Nancy Pelosi and a Democratic House.
These women who reside in wealthy suburbs are an odd group. Sometimes they vote on the economy, but their loyalty to the pocketbook only goes so far.
Joy Behar said Democrats lost key senate races because of gerrymandering in a segment on ABC’s ‘The View’ Wednesday morning.
The Resistance who had actively convinced themselves of the wave’s existence, were hampered by the economy, by Kavanaugh, and by a challenging map.
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