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.
Bill McMorris, senior editor for the Washington Free Beacon, discusses how identity politics has fractured the labor movement.
Federalist Senior Editor Christopher Bedford breaks down some of the myths about the American Indian graves that are used to justify attacks on churches.
Jashinsky and Kaminsky discuss how “mainstream” country music is experiencing a shift away from its rural roots and traditions to appeal to the masses.
“The fact that so many people seem to buy into this propaganda notion that it’s just evil America to blame is just devoid of logic,” said Tom Rogan.
MLB’s caving to the woke mob has more to do with cancel culture than the league’s position on Georgia’s voting bill.
President of the Quincy Institute Andrew Bacevich argues that we must end the previous ways of “endless wars and a succession of moral and material disasters.”
“They’re trying to take opera and bring it into the modern age by paring it down, which takes away so much of the beauty,” said Abby Roth on The Federalist Radio Hour.
The government can help ensure that the wildfire crisis is solved, so what’s stopping them? Listen to this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
Retired Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share his story and why the military justice system needs reform.
Princeton Associate Professor Matthew Karp talks 1619, 1776, and the politics of the past on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
Fly the flag, light the grill, and hang out with your fellow Americans this weekend.
The Post Millennial Editor-in-chief Libby Emmons joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the proliferation of critical race theory.
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