The Federalist Radio Hour

Christopher Bedford, Editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller News Foundation, joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss the historical significance of Notre Dame, what it's loss means to Catholics, and what we can expect as the French look to rebuild. They also discuss the forthcoming Mueller report and the predictable media reaction to it's contents.

The Federalist Radio Hour
00:43:00 4/16/2019

Past Episodes

Rebeccah Heinrichs joins Ben Domenech for a discussion on what exactly is happening with protestors in Hong Kong and China's response, as well as the U.K. under the new leadership of Boris Johnson, and where 2020 democratic candidates stand on foreign policy. Heinrichs is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute where she specializes in nuclear deterrence and missile defense.
00:52:00 8/18/2019
Josh Kraushaar, political editor for National Journal, joins Ben Domenech to give his take on how the 2020 Democratic candidates are wrestling with culture war issues, the Obama legacy, and identity politics. They also discuss how suburban voters, especially suburban women, are moving red states purple, and whether ideology still matters to voters.
00:45:00 8/15/2019
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi interview Fred Fleitz, a political, military and nuclear weapons analyst, and CEO of the Center for Security Policy. He served in 2018 as a Deputy Assistant to President Donald Trump and Chief of Staff to National Security Adviser John Bolton. They discuss denuclearization in North Korea, Russian election meddling, and partisan politics within the intelligence community.
00:40:00 8/13/2019
Senior Editors Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss why Americans gravitate toward conspiracy theories, Joe Biden's gaffs, and other leading 2020 candidates. They also talk movies, music, and the progressive indoctrination on college campuses.
00:48:00 8/11/2019
It was a watershed moment this week for established media when the New York Times changed their front page headline after outrage from an online Twitter mob. Saagar Enjeti, The Hill's Chief Washington Correspondent and co-host of The Hill TV, joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky and Producer Madeline Osburn discuss major shifts in media, the political pushback against Silicon Valley, Taylor Swift's banal political takes, and the boycotting of SoulCycle and Equinox.
00:46:00 8/8/2019
Paul Beston is managing editor of "City Journal," a quarterly magazine of urban affairs. Beston and Domenech discuss crime, policing, and the evolution of New York City. They also discuss the life of Ross Perot and the memorable 1992 election.
00:36:00 8/6/2019
Matthew Schmitz, senior editor of "First Things", joins Ben Domenech for a discussion on emerging ideological arguments in nationalist, libertarian, and free market wings of the conservative movement. Are corporations or government a bigger threat to American people? Are Christians ignoring the moral implications of cultural content like Game of Thrones? Have Conservatives become too focused on policy while ignoring spiritual needs?
00:51:00 8/4/2019
Coleman Hughes is a Quillette columnist and an undergraduate philosophy major at Columbia University. Hughes and Domenech discuss how the word "racist" doesn't mean what it used to, whether Trump and his supporters should be considered racist, and the growing support of reparations for slavery.
00:50:00 8/1/2019
Josh Hammer, Editor-at-Large of The Daily Wire, joins Ben Domenech to discuss recent political issues happening on Capitol Hill and the 2020 campaign trail including anti-Israel bills, immigration, and "The Squad." They discuss the conservative movement's internal debates on foreign policy and the role of government. Josh is also Of Counsel at First Liberty Institute, the Texas-based religious liberty legal defense firm.
00:50:00 7/30/2019
Politico reporter Tim Alberta sets out to answer the question, "How did Donald Trump become president of the United States?" Alberta joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss his new book, "American Carnage: On the Front Lines of the Republican Civil War and the Rise of President Trump." They recount the history of the Tea Party, the 2016 Republican convention, and how political judgements made by conservatives like Paul Ryan, Mark Meadows, and others look in retrospect.
00:56:00 7/28/2019

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