We don’t have to wade into every stupid battle just because a prominent person stumbled onto our side.
Good government is hard. It’s often boring and unrewarding. Some of the most important policies we can enact won’t make for a good cable news hit — but we need them.
If Republican lawmakers vote for a debt limit increase, they own the reconciliation bill — all of it.
Wyoming Republican congresswoman and Trump resistance leader Liz Cheney drew a new primary challenger Thursday who came with a big endorsement.
Say what you will, but Democrats are not afraid to fight. Yet after four years of scorched-earth, Republicans apparently still don’t get it. Why would anyone vote for that?
Terry McAuliffe may not be getting his old job back any time soon. A new lawsuit alleges McAuliffe failed to sign a required form declaring his candidacy.
Chicago GOP Chairman Steve Boulton told The Federalist he thinks Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger is unlikely to prevail in a primary.
These GOP leaders are calling on Biden to resign for his dereliction of duty that has left Americans dead at the hands of terrorists.
By focusing on crime, small businesses, and working families, Mark Earley Jr. believes he can help revitalize the Virginia Republican Party.
Results of new poll released Friday continue to show support for Republican Rep. Liz Cheney deep underwater among her Wyoming constituents.
James Clyburn said critical race theory is only being taught at ‘the university level,” calling it a “red herring” Republicans employ to not discuss racism.
A primary battle is brewing in Utah, where a pair of NeverTrump Republicans have launched campaigns to unseat incumbent Sen. Mike Lee.
Riggleman supports censoring the dissemination of COVID “disinformation” online which he said, “might be the biggest conspiratorial grift in history.”
A new survey indicates the majority of likely American voters believe receiving a COVID vaccine should be a personal choice, not something mandatory.
A new poll shows a majority of voters, including nearly half of Democrats, are not confident Kamala Harris is prepared to be president if necessary.
Too many Republicans still won’t understand the nature of the opposition. They are culture war Neville Chamberlains, feeding Americans to the Minotaur one generation at a time.
Matt Rinaldi attempted to straddle this line of accountability and cooperation, saying, ‘We need a chair that will work with — and not for — elected officials.’
When Joe Biden assumed office, a switch flipped among the left. Now leftists ridicule the right for expressing the same vaccine concerns they did months ago.
Princeton Associate Professor Matthew Karp talks 1619, 1776, and the politics of the past on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
Democrats’ determination to get their way on both infrastructure and the rest of their spending plans may mean Republicans are being rolled by their more ruthless adversaries yet again.
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