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The Democratic presidential campaigns are currently in the throes of what they think is a debate about 'electability.' But they are finding the concept elusive.
Around the country, the goal of ideological conformity appears to be far more important than helping desperate children. What will the Supreme Court say about this anti-religious discrimination?
As Qatar’s political influence grows in the United States, from the Brookings Institution to Al Jazeera, can the Qatari regime be held accountable for wrongdoings it commits against American citizens?
Much of what’s wrong with the press was on full display in one question at the president’s recent news conference at the G-7 meeting in France.
A few months ago, Ravelry banned all conservative and Donald Trump activity on the hugely popular yarn arts site. That led to waves of social media mobs and a Ravelry co-owner announcing to the world that he's transgender.
While endorsing federal gun confiscation on the trail, O’Rourke has made several major mischaracterizations about guns in America.
It's time to settle The Federalist's football debate once and for all: The NFL can do everything college football does, but better.
The higher education system is rotten to its core — economically, ideologically, and spiritually. Instead of tinkering around the edges, it's time for conservatives to actually fix the root problems.
Former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford, who had said he would decide whether to run by Labor Day, told the Post and Courier that he is focused on Hurricane Dorian at the moment.
The all-time debut of Harley Quinn highlights a top episode of the series.
Justin Bieber’s Father-In-Law Announces They’ll Have A Religious Ceremony To Celebrate Their Wedding…One Year Later
Hailey Bieber's father, Stephen Baldwin, announced that the couple will hold a religious wedding ceremony in South Carolina at the end of the month, more than a year after they married.
Biden has done little to shake doubts about his sharpness and age after the first set of Democratic debates in June, during which he appeared forgetful and frail. Some things never change.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, whose politics are, er, flexible, has dropped out of the presidential sweepstakes, and not a moment too soon.
On the Federalist Radio Hour: Author Mary Ebserstadt makes the case that identity politics a direct result of the sexual revolution.
The IG report rebuked Comey for mishandling official FBI records, and for his many violations of regulations, DOJ and FBI policies, and Comey’s employment agreement.
Whatever harm releasing these memos might cause to the FBI’s crime-fighting ability is surely offset by the lack of accountability for one of the most controversial episodes in its history.
Marriage is the highest earthly calling for most people, so it is entirely appropriate for Christians to treat it as a normative aspiration—especially in a culture that so desperately attacks it.
Portland State University is punishing Peter Boghossian for demonstrating that grievance studies are nonsense by getting hoax grievance studies papers published.
Elizabeth Warren Tries To Court Rural Voters Skeptical Of Urban Elites With Sweeping Broadband Proposal
Though Warren's proposal for broadband internet access in rural communities might have some appeal to those voters, her identification as a socialist “pales in comparison.”
Perhaps our politicians can learn something from Aristotle, and learn to pursue a good beyond themselves and for the country.