The media have tried to convince voters of Trump’s failure for many years, but have thus far been unable to do so. Tuesday’s special elections show we should hold off on the “Blue Wave” and “Trump can’t win” narratives.
A study conducted by Young America’s Foundation and The Federalist surveyed American high school and college students on coronavirus, school, ideology, values, and technology.
As the media are realizing they have lost control over the filtering that they are used to providing, they are advocating to keep Americans in the dark altogether.
Tuesday’s State of the Union address was thoroughly Trumpian because it was not about ideology, it was about good television.
2020 hopeful Julián Castro tweeted out his disdain for CNN using what he deems to be an “unacceptable poll.” He blamed CNN’s choice on corporate interests.
Washington Post Columnist Henry Olsen joins The Federalist Radio Hour just after returning from his trip to London to cover the recent British elections.
The corporate media simply don’t have the power that they once did to control the narrative and control political outcomes.
Sanders surpassed Warren as the second-most favored candidate in the Democratic 2020 field, indicating that her two-month bump may have been short-lived.
A new Emerson poll found more Independent voters oppose the impeachment of Trump, compared to one month ago when more Independents supported impeachment.
A new poll finds Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) polling at number one among New Hampshire voters in the 2020 Democratic primary field.
The Marianne Williamson campaign released a statement saying the DNC is using only 11 polls, not the promised 18, to determine a candidate’s debate qualifications.
Josh Kraushaar, political editor for National Journal, talks 2020, polling, demographics and more on the Federalist Radio Hour.
During a campaign visit to a nursing home, presidential candidate Kamala Harris was pulled aside by an elderly woman who takes a dim view of Democrats’ proposals to socialize U.S. health care.
According to the latest Democratic presidential primary polls, Elizabeth Warren is now second to Joe Biden, while Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders are tied.
2020 contenders are releasing their second-quarter fundraising numbers to prove their viability in the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates.
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