Two elections this year and next will underscore Europe’s political shift – Germany choosing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s successor, France possibly giving Emmanuel Macron a second presidential term. Hoover Institution senior fellow Russell Berman examines the two leaders’ political fortunes, how COVID and the cancel culture have affected both nations’ characters, as well as the state […]
The light at the end of the COVID tunnel is finally within sight—provided you live in a red state. Blue states remain under the thumbs of petty tyrants. Meanwhile, cancel culture claims new victims, from Mr. Potato Head to Dr. Seuss. Plus: Sacramento’s school district is pushing for the formation of “racial affinity groups”—a new […]
The Transformer Man of Georgetown! Dr. Newton Howard wanted to bring joy to the children of his Georgetown neighborhood so he brought two of his hand-made specialty statues of Bumblebee and Optimus Prime from the hit film series Transformers. That kind gesture has turned into neighborhood drama as MSNBC journalist and son of the late […]
Heritage Foundation President, Kay Coles James, said in a recent article the right to vote is one of the most sacred rights that we as citizens can exercise. Hardly anyone—Democrats, Republicans and independents—trusts the process anymore, and legitimate concerns exist about the fairness and accuracy of our elections. We saw all of this on display […]
On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Federalist Political Editor John Daniel Davidson joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss why, despite the Biden administration’s firm denial, there is indeed a crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border and how it can be stopped.
Join Jim and Greg as they cheer on conservative activists trying to sink the nomination of the unqualified and radical HHS nominee, Xavier Becerra. They also roll their eyes as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo claims he had no idea his actions offended any of the women accusing him of sexual harassment, and are disgusted […]
Mock’s dog is doing some funny stuff in bed, Cuomo has a presser and gets all soap opera-ey on us, Biden’s presser wasn’t much better, you HAVE TO hear this crazy Starbucks drive through audio, and Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah is going to be crazy. We are having a tailgate party for it!
Today on the show Biden goes after Texas and Mississippi, HR1 wants felons and 16yr olds voting, Trump and GOP, Georgia considers a bill to protect girls sports and one to help poor kids get into better schools, the cross section of sex trafficking and online pornography plus David Shor’s data on voter outlook.
A day of confusion in Washington as the Biden administration says it wants schools reopened but then also seems to implicitly agree with the teachers’ unions that schools can’t reopen until everyone is vaccinated by insisting on “prioritizing” teachers. How to make sense out of this? And what’s this huge story out of Israel about […]
Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a research fellow, former member of the Dutch parliament, and author of the new book Prey: Immigration, Islam and the Erosion of Women’s Rights. She shares her story with Bridget and discusses fleeing an arranged marriage, seeking asylum in the Netherlands, the methods women in oppressive countries have developed to cope […]
The implications of congressional Democrats’ proposed Equality Act are “tremendously disappointing,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., says. The House of Representatives already has passed the legislation, which faces what many Congress-watchers believe will be a closely fought battle in the Senate. The Equality Act would make “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” protected classes under federal civil […]
COSMERE SPOILERS AHOY. Craig, Ryan, Megan, and Stephanie sit down and discuss part 5 of Rhythm of War, Brandon Sanderson’s fourth entry in the Stormlight Archive. Who is the strongest female character? What kind of person is Wit? Plus, they discuss a few additional Discord questions. Watch this conversation on YouTube: https://youtu.be/tod2q4wdOjw Support the show […]
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., a favorite of conservatives for his past leadership of the House Intelligence Committee, joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to share his perspective on the Biden administration so far. For Nunes, “a big concern” is “this whole idea that we’re going to bring the country together.” He’s “never seen the country so divided” […]
Victor Davis Hanson explores how military history can illuminate current foreign policy challenges, delineates which nations pose the greatest threats to the United States, explores the role that human rights should play in international affairs, looks at the changing shape of America’s alliances, and provides a reading list for future commanders-in-chief.
REP. DEVIN NUNESCongressman from California’s 22nd DistrictNunes reveals that Speaker Nancy Pelosi still has not agreed to the partisan make-up and divide of the House Select Committee on Intelligence. Nunes also has choice critiques of the current legislative agenda in the House and the continued presence of the military and razor-wired fencing in the nation’s […]
FBI Director Christopher Wray was supposed to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the state of the January 6 Capitol riot investigation. He gave the media the soundbite it wanted, but failed or refused to answer some of the senators’ basic questions about the riot. And it wasn’t a partisan thing. Some Republican members […]
On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Federalist Senior Editor Chris Bedford joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss President Joe Biden and the left’s attempts to cancel Dr. Seuss’s books and the implications for American culture.
Michael Powell is a national reporter for the New York Times. He has had many beats in his career, including sports. Today, he has a tricky one, you might even say a dangerous one: free speech, campus life, intellectual debate. Recently, he published a blockbuster piece headed “Inside a Battle Over Race, Class and Power at Smith College.” Jay talks with […]
Join Jim and Greg as they cheer the failure of the Neera Tanden nomination for the Office of Management and Budget. They also welcome strong vaccination numbers in Texas, which makes Gov. Abbott’s decision to open the state 100 percent a pretty safe move. They also welcome the notion of allowing people to make their […]