On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, John Tamny and Ben Domenech discuss the latest economic policy ideas coming from both Republicans and Democrats.
Warren’s wealth tax includes the flaw of many of the left’s grand plans in that it presumes no negative consequences will follow — but of course they will.
If gun control advocates are really worried about fatality numbers, restrictive firearm policies are not the place to start.
Personal responsibility? Not necessary. 2020 Democrats have got you covered with their immoral wealth transfer policies.
After years of dismal growth, during one of the weakest recoveries ever, business leaders saw in Trump an opportunity to juice the economy and gain back some of what was lost under President Obama.
Outsider Andrew Yang has more than 75 policy proposals, addressing everything from robo-calls to circumcision.
The president must ask that Congress provide incentives to states that tackle fatherlessness. Don’t cut benefits for single mothers, but responsibly raise them for poor married couples.
In the first lecture of Hillsdale College’s free online course about Congress, Dr. Larry Arnn explains the legislative branch’s intended purpose, and how our modern legislators have failed to fulfill it.
Avik Roy, President of FREOPP, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss health policy, think tanks, 2018 midterms, the child tax credit and more.
Don’t be fooled by the Trump administration’s evil, manipulative plan to divert attention from the country’s most pressing issues, like Stormy Daniels.
We asked a wide range of conservative policy experts to grade President Trump on his first year in office. Across seven policy areas, Trump averaged a grade of B/B-.
Yuval Levin joins this episode of Federalist Radio to break down the good and bad policy of Trump’s first year in office, and our dysfunctional Congress.
It’s time for libertarians to detach themselves from both populism and progressivism and present a viable alternative.
A new book romanticizes the New Deal, but fails to grasp how such a liberal watershed doubled down on Jim Crow and anti-immigrant sentiment.
William F. Buckley’s 50 year-old memoir, The Unmaking of a Mayor, has a lot to teach us about the current political moment.
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