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federalist radio: who is judge neil gorsuch?


carrie severino, chief counsel and policy director of the judicial crisis network, joins federalist radio to discuss the nomination of judge neil gorsuch.






vp warns dems against supreme court filibuster


in remarks to the federalist society in philadelphia, pence also highlighted his family's immigrant history






vp warns dems against filibuster of supreme court pick


in remarks to the federalist society in philadelphia, pence also highlighted his family's immigrant history






a historical look at totalitarianism through vaclav benda and charter 77


flagg taylor, professor of political science and student of totalitarian regimes, joins federalist radio to discuss was we can learn from czech history.






the man behind the sting: fighting child slavery in the u.s. and abroad


ceo and founder of operation underground railroad joins federalist radio to discuss their work combating slavery all over the world.






podcast: are millennials religious? are pro-life women feminists?


emma green, religion writer at the atlantic, joins the federalist radio hour to explore the changing landscape of cultural trends in america.






how social media impacts our news consumption, behavior, and productivity


the federalist radio hour explores best practices for work productivity and increasing the value of technological tools in our lives.






podcast: the fashion of presidents and the essence of men’s style


author and expert on men's style, richard torregrossa, joins federalist radio to share of the most common mistakes men make in dressing themselves.






podcast: gender, sex, feminists, and the drive to abolish male and female


author ashley mcguire joins the federalist radio hour to explain the cultural push from the left to put gender over sex, and politics over biology.






how american culture must restore its schools, art, and institutions


dr. esolen joins federalist radio to discuss the loss of culture western civilization is facing and what we can do to restore it.






what polling data tell us about immigration, policing, and discrimination


emily ekins, director of polling at cato institute, joins federalist radio hour to discuss the results from polling of americans on specific issues.






podcast: journalism higher education and the future of news media


hillsdale professor john miller joins the federalist radio to discuss the type of student journalists the world needs and how technology impacts the media landscape.






the american serial killer the media won’t talk about: kermit gosnell


authors and journalists ann mcelhinney and phelim mcaleer join the federalist radio hour to tell the often ignored story of dr. kermit gosnell.






megan mcardle on valentine’s day, marriage, and tips for the home cook


bloomberg view columnist megan mcardle joins federalist radio to offer an economic perspective on going out with your significant other.






podcast: studying trump’s foreign affairs with russia, china, and radical islam


historian and professor, paul coyer, joins federalist radio to break down some of the foreign policy challenges he foresees in trump's white house.






mary katharine ham on tom brady, roger goodell, and superbowl halftime shows


mary katharine ham hosts the federalist radio hour with guests guy benson, rich cromwell, and matt battaglia in anticipation of the superbowl.






podcast: salena zito on 2016 voters, blue dogs, and political sports media


reporter salena zito joins the federalist radio hour to share stories from voters she talked to in middle america and how blue dog dems are without a voice.






the biggest issues facing our navy and military strategy across the seas


bryan mcgrath, an expert specializing in naval and national security issues, joins federalist radio hour to discuss the biggest issues facing the u.s. navy.






a look at supreme court nominee's judicial philosophy


president donald trump's supreme court nominee, judge neil gorsuch, has made his judicial philosophy clear through opinions, speeches and other writings. he is widely described as a federalist and an originalist.






vp: gorsuch will join supreme court ‘one way or the other’


palm beach, fla. (ap) — vice president mike pence is pledging that supreme court nominee neil gorsuch will be seated on the high court “one way or the other.” pence’s comments during a speech in philadelphia to the federalist society, a conservative legal group, echoed president donald trump’s comments from earlier in the week. trump […]






vp: gorsuch will join supreme court ‘one way or the other’


palm beach, fla. (ap) — vice president mike pence pledged urday that supreme court nominee neil gorsuch will join the nation’s highest court “one way or the other.” pence made the pledge during a speech in philadelphia to the federalist society, a conservative legal group. his remarks echoed president donald trump’s comments from earlier in […]






'morning joe' schools trump adviser stephen miller on the law: 'the white house


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1072165'; click here for reuse options! the only thing worse than miller's performance was the fact that trump praised it. white house adviser stephen miller, a "true believer" in trumpism, spent sunday spewing falsehoods across the airwaves that were too inane even for fox news."there's no such thing as judicial supremacy," miller said on nbc's "meet the press" when discussing the court's ruling on president trump's immigration ban last week."what the judges did, both at the ninth and at the district level, was to take power for themselves that belongs squarely in the hands of the president of the united states," he concluded. "stephen, the three judges say you're flat wrong," "fox news sunday" host chris wallace t






'morning joe' schools trump adviser stephen miller on the law: 'the white house


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1072165'; click here for reuse options! the only thing worse than miller's performance was the fact that trump praised it. white house adviser stephen miller, a "true believer" in trumpism, spent sunday spewing falsehoods across the airwaves that were too inane even for fox news."there's no such thing as judicial supremacy," miller said on nbc's "meet the press" when discussing the court's ruling on president trump's immigration ban last week."what the judges did, both at the ninth and at the district level, was to take power for themselves that belongs squarely in the hands of the president of the united states," he concluded. "stephen, the three judges say you're flat wrong," "fox news sunday" host chris wallace t






'morning joe' schools trump adviser stephen miller on the law: 'the white house


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1072165'; click here for reuse options! the only thing worse than miller's performance was the fact that trump praised it. white house adviser stephen miller, a "true believer" in trumpism, spent sunday spewing falsehoods across the airwaves that were too inane even for fox news."there's no such thing as judicial supremacy," miller said on nbc's "meet the press" when discussing the court's ruling on president trump's immigration ban last week."what the judges did, both at the ninth and at the district level, was to take power for themselves that belongs squarely in the hands of the president of the united states," he concluded. "stephen, the three judges say you're flat wrong," "fox news sunday" host chris wallace t






'morning joe' schools trump adviser stephen miller on the law: 'the white house


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1072165'; click here for reuse options! the only thing worse than miller's performance was the fact that trump praised it. white house adviser stephen miller, a "true believer" in trumpism, spend sunday spewing falsehoods across the airwaves that were too inane even for fox news."there's no such thing as judicial supremacy," miller said on nbc's "meet the press" when discussing the court's ruling on president trump's immigration ban last week."what the judges did, both at the ninth and at the district level, was to take power for themselves that belongs squarely in the hands of the president of the united states," he concluded. "stephen, the three judges say you're flat wrong," "fox news sunday" host chris wallace t






gorsuch in his youth: 'fascism forever'


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071569'; click here for reuse options! trump's supreme court nominee headed an anti-leftist student group to battle liberal school administration. supreme court nominee neil gorsuch founded and led a student club called fascism forever, while attending a private prep school in suburban washington in the 1980s. a georgetown prep yearbook described the club as an anti-faculty student group that battled the “liberal” views of the school administration, according to the uk daily mail.“in political circles, our tireless president gorsuch’s ‘fascism forever club’ happily ed its knees against the increasingly ‘left-wing’ tendencies of the faculty,” said the yearbook. gorsuch led the club for the four years he attended th






robert reich: trump is escalating attacks on those with independent power


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071939'; click here for reuse options! the judiciary, the press, and states like california are major centers of resistance he can’t control. with congressional republicans in the majority in congress and unwilling to cross donald trump, the job of containing trump’s incipient tyranny falls to three centers of independent power: the nation’s courts, its press, and a few state governments.which is why trump is escalating attacks on all three.the judiciaryafter federal judge james robart—an appointee of george w. bush—stayed trump’s travel ban last friday, trump leveled a personal attack on the judge. “the opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and wi






robert reich: trump is escalating attacks on those with independent power


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071939'; click here for reuse options! the judiciary, the press, and states like california are major centers of resistance he can’t control. with congressional republicans in the majority in congress and unwilling to cross donald trump, the job of containing trump’s incipient tyranny falls to three centers of independent power: the nation’s courts, its press, and a few state governments.which is why trump is escalating attacks on all three.the judiciaryafter federal judge james robart—an appointee of george w. bush—stayed trump’s travel ban last friday, trump leveled a personal attack on the judge. “the opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and wi






gorsuch in his youth: 'fascism forever'


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071569'; click here for reuse options! trump's supreme court nominee headed an anti-leftist student group to bait a liberal school administration. supreme court nominee neil gorsuch founded and led a student group dubbed fascism forever, while attending a private prep school in suburban washington in the 1980s. a georgetown prep yearbook described the club as an anti-faculty student group that battled the “liberal” views of the school administration, according to the uk daily mail.“in political circles, our tireless president gorsuch’s ‘fascism forever club’ happily ed its knees against the increasingly ‘left-wing’ tendencies of the faculty,” said the yearbook. gorsuch led the club for the four years he attended t






payback to the christian right? donald trump owes a huge debt—and neil gorsuch i


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071526'; click here for reuse options! evangelical voters were getting restless with trump's un-christian policies. gorsuch is meant to bring them home. many theories floating around the internet attempt to explain the appallingly inept rollout of the flurry of executive orders issued during donald trump’s first few days in office. one is that trump strategist steve bannon believes the most important first step is to thoroughly secure the trump base’s undying loyalty by addressing every paign promise as quickly as possible. in my opinion, this is as unlikely as the theory that he’s implementing a cunning machiavellian plan to use each new order as a shiny distraction from the last disastrous one. the trump people






america's founding fathers warned us about men like donald trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071318'; click here for reuse options! the original tea party targeted crony capitalists. today's would be wise to follow its example. as an aged benjamin franklin rose at the philadelphia convention in 1787 to cast his vote for the constitution, he also cast a warning that conservative devotees of the document’s “original intent," readers of conservative websites, members of the federalist society and of such business-corporation funded entities as the american enterprise institute, the heritage foundation, the conservative political action committee, and american legislative exchange council, the william f. buckley program at yale, the tea party, and dozens more such conservative think-tank and “popular front” o






america's founding fathers warned us about men like donald trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071318'; click here for reuse options! the original tea party targeted crony capitalists. today's would be wise to follow its example. as an aged benjamin franklin rose at the philadelphia convention in 1787 to cast his vote for the constitution, he also cast a warning that conservative devotees of the document’s “original intent," readers of conservative websites, members of the federalist society and of such business-corporation funded entities as the american enterprise institute, the heritage foundation, the conservative political action committee, and american legislative exchange council, the william f. buckley program at yale, the tea party, and dozens more such conservative think-tank and “popular front” o