The media have scoffed at what they say are ‘baseless’ claims of election fraud, but in Nevada we’re about to hear evidence in a court of law—finally.
President Donald Trump delivered a 46-minute speech Wednesday railing against what he claimed was a stolen election.
Federalist Political Editor John Davidson said proof of an illegal vote-harvesting scheme in Nevada was out there hiding in plain sight.
In tribal areas, Native American nonprofits illegally offered gift cards, electronics, and other ‘prizes’ in an effort to get out the vote—for Joe Biden.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr authorized the Department of Justice to probe ‘substantial allegations’ of voting irregularities.
Nothing has changed since Friday night.
Fred Stokes Jr.’s ballot was counted in Clark County, Nevada, on Halloween last week. Stokes Jr., however, had been dead for three years.
Millions of Americans are ready to do exactly what thousands did at the Trump rally. They have been denied that for six months based mostly on edicts from governors claiming a public health crisis.
Thousands defied social distancing and masking to celebrate their favorite president in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday night.
Staunch Trump supporters and a Never Trumper square off in a Vegas sports bar.
According to Nevada’s Democrat Gov. Steve Sisolak, only certain types of protests are permitted. Worship is definitely not allowed, either.
The Supreme Court has no excuse for allowing Nevada officials to use a public health crisis to fill poker tables while emptying pews.
On Sunday, May 17 we set out from Corralitos, California to hear the story of American small business in the age of unprecedented state shutdowns. Two months in, who was surviving and how?
America’s reawakening is an unfolding story, one our young country has never lived before. To work to understand it and to tell it, The Federalist is setting out across the United States.
The great paradox of Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign is that, thanks to this year’s fragmented field, he has a better shot at the nomination while drawing a smaller percentage of the vote than in 2016.
During a campaign stop in Texas, former Vice President Joe Biden riled up voters to get excited for “Super Thursday,” before correcting himself.
For former Vice President Joe Biden’s sinking campaign, a win in South Carolina might be too little, too late just days before the Super Tuesday primaries.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’s rise, his supporters, and the national mood he is running in mirror the president’s circumstances four years ago, and the primary is an early tell.
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