On the Federalist Radio Hour, Tom Rogan discusses how the decision to abandon Afghanistan leaves a weakness for terrorists to take advantage of.
“Anyone who spent some time in Afghanistan knew that when the U.S. left, eventually the Taliban would come to power once again,” said veteran Amber Smith.
Laura Zorc explains how to hold school boards accountable for allowing CRT, radical gender theory, and politically motivated mask mandates in classrooms.
Many athletes went to Tokyo with an attitude that was not about winning for their country, said Outkick’s Bobby Burack.
The infrastructure deal is packaged as something that will help the country, but it is really a way for Democrats to take power from the people and give it to the federal government.
“Every single thing about this guy was in broad freaking daylight and they just ignored it because they’re soulless awful, trolls,” said Christopher Bedford.
Actor, singer, and director Robert Davi discusses his upcoming film about the Biden family ‘My Son Hunter,’ and the left’s grip on Hollywood.
As people return to theaters in-person, current big budget films disappoint, while these three films are avaialble to stream and will outperform their budgets.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Conn Carrol argues the GOP should reorient its approach to balance GDP and social capital.
Inez Stepman joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the progressive, Boomer emphasis on sex positivity hurt Generation Z.
“It is fundamentally unserious theater, it is a prop, it’s completely fake, it’s acting, it’s pathetic, and it’s scornful of the American people,” Christopher Bedford said.
Jordan Davidson and Emily Jashinsky discuss the CDC’s flip-flop on masks and how fed-up Americans are pushing back.
Corruption in the drug smuggling industry is “institutionalized” in the Mexican government, author Noah Hurowitz explains on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Conservative professor Ryan Owens joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss why he is running to be Wisconsin’s attorney general and what he thinks needs to change.
Christopher Bedford explains how groups like BlackRock are barring more people out of buying homes and pushing more people towards renting.
Who is it that gets to be the arbiter of truth today? Is it tech executives? Is it the White House? Emily Jashinksy discusses with Parler CPO Amy Peikoff.
Executive Editor Joy Pullmann interviews children’s book author Matthew Mehan about how a healthy society relies on good literature.
On the 13th anniversary of Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight,” Ben Domenech breaks down by the movie is still just as powerful today.
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