A recent article asks, with all seriousness, ‘How Many People Have to Die Before We’re Done with Gender Reveals?’ If I had to guess, I would say somewhere between 38 to 42.
An Atlantic hit piece on President Trump disguised as military leadership critique misses the bigger point.
George Packer’s extremely long Atlantic essay contains gems of leftist cognitive dissonance, some funny, some enraging, and some heartbreaking. Here’s a list.
A new Atlantic-published, adapted excerpt of the book attempts to resurrect Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly’s anti-Kavanaugh smears but once again has a major error.
If you lick your cat and have a sense of humor about it, is the licking okay? This question comes to us courtesy of an Atlantic writer.
Ilhan Omar isn’t the kind of immigrant we should want. Not because she is a Muslim or black, but because she doesn’t believe American principles. What Carlson is wrong about is immigration policy.
Rep. Mike Gallagher discussed his proposed reforms to get Congress working again in an interview with a fellow from the Hoover Institution.
The Atlantic’s headline writers must have envisioned people concluding abortion might not be so bad if a pastor thinks it’s moral.
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There are people planning for the 400 millionth American. There are people planning for, dreaming for, the billionth American. I am one of them.
Jemelle Hill’s tweet during the State of the Union implied that Rep. Ocasio-Cortez should participate in a conspiracy to assassinate President Trump.
Most advocates of late-term abortion will do anything to avoid describing the unpleasant realities and consequences of their increasingly radical position.
The Atlantic’s Taylor Lorenz decided to dunk on Pope Francis for a tweet about Jesus’ mother Mary, claiming Christ faked his resurrection.
Ben Domenech and Yoni Appelbaum debate the case for beginning the process to impeach the President on the Federalist Radio Hour.
An Atlantic article arguing that giving each state two senators is racist badly misreads how and why Americans make voting choices.
Peter Beinart fails to establish his theory of misogyny as the definitive attribute of an authoritarian front from Manila to Milan, partly because many of his examples are dishonest or obtuse.
Politicians like Marco Rubio, who get sentimental about lunch pails and union shops, are exaggerating and exploiting the suffering of working Americans for political gain.
The Atlantic’s McKay Coppins joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the midterms, 2020, and the evolving legacy of Newt Gingrich.
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