Only Kevin Bacon can save us now.
We don’t need to cross any borders to witness a failed state — or at least a dysfunctional wannabe state. The 68 square miles of Washington D.C. have it all.
Despite numerous arguments against the effort, the push to make Washington, D.C. a state just won’t die. But it should, because it’s unconstitutional and illogical.
Lloyd Austin approved a request from Capitol Police to extend the National Guard’s occupation of the Capitol grounds until at least the end of May.
Georgetown University student Jaron Pensinger joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how his role as a peaceful protester in D.C. was misconstrued by his peers and the press.
The rioters failed in their effort and ensured their marginalization, but marginalization doesn’t mean evaporation. They’re still here, and they’re not going away.
The Capitol riot will hurt the people who were already hurting most, the decent rally goers continually ignored and smeared, now saddled with the baggage of violence they did not commit.
There is no excuse for wantonly disregarding the law. There is, however, a broader picture, one that shows a nation frayed to the breaking point.
In all Trump gave us — the good, the bad, the hilarious, and the unsettling — his administration brought much-needed clarity to the GOP and the country.
‘The celebration of Mass … is the center of the whole of Christian life for the Church both universal and local, as well as for each of the faithful individually.’
This sorry excuse for journalism is one of the reasons Trump was elected in the first place — and it’s the reason the more than 73 million Americans who voted for him a second term aren’t going anywhere any time soon.
Democrats live in their Washington bubble, and they don’t know how to get out. In 2020, it cost them politically.
With major institutions cutting against conservative values, exposing falsehoods has become a theme of the Trump administration.
Is tolerating smashed car windows, streets full of urine, and teen gangs is worth it to live in poorly-run cities like Washington D.C. anymore?
It’s come to this, and won’t end this weekend. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden condemned the shooting Sunday, but still refused to name the organization behind the violence on our streets.
“I think their recommendation is misguided. Not putting our history in context is a serious mistake,” Rep. Buck told The Federalist.
Washington DC’s mayor and police failed to provide basic protections to American citizens from an angry and extremely well-funded leftist mob.
Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech said while Joe Biden is not the one calling for statues to be removed, he has shown himself a push over.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul was ambushed by a mob Thursday night following President Donald Trump’s Republican convention speech at the White House.
What began as effort to publicly shame politicians is now targeting everyday Americans.
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