The Arc Of Cultural Leftism Bends Towards Dystopia

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, author David Marcus joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his article “NYC is failing its homeless residents.”
“Part of the problem here is that we don’t know what the most effective form of outreach is, because I do think that there are people going out and saying to these people, ‘hey, you know there are shelters, here’s options,’ but it’s very difficult to compel people to go get help,” Marcus said.
Marcus and Jashinsky also broke down how the “Occupy Wall Street” movement shifted the culture of leftism.

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How The Newsom Recall Cemented California As A Sanctuary State For Leftism

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice and Staff Writer Jordan Davidson break down how the failed recall of California Gov. Gavin Newsom cemented the state as a leftist paradise.
“I think one of the biggest takeaways from this recall race is that California, if it hadn’t already, really cemented itself as this progressive paradise where the elite lockdowns are not only accepted but they’re welcomed,” Justice said.

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How The Newsom Recall Cemented California As A Sanctuary State For Leftism

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice and Staff Writer Jordan Davidson break down how the failed recall of California Gov. Gavin Newsom cemented the state as a leftist paradise.
“I think one of the biggest takeaways from this recall race is that California, if it hadn’t already, really cemented itself as this progressive paradise where the elite lockdowns are not only accepted but they’re welcomed,” Justice said.

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How The Newsom Recall Cemented California As A Sanctuary State For Leftism

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice and Staff Writer Jordan Davidson break down how the failed recall of California Gov. Gavin Newsom cemented the state as a leftist paradise.
“I think one of the biggest takeaways from this recall race is that California, if it hadn’t already, really cemented itself as this progressive paradise where the elite lockdowns are not only accepted but they’re welcomed,” Justice said.

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The State Of Comedy And A World Without Norm Macdonald

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Josh Denny, host of “Next Week Tonight,” joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to reflect on the state of comedy and how Norm Macdonald’s passing will affect comics around the globe.
“Funny is undisputable,” Denny said. “I mean funny is the undisputed champion and if a guy is funny enough, you know, you can kind of battle anything.”
Comedians, Denny said, don’t have as long of a celebrity shelf life as musicians and actors but he believes Macdonald’s significance will live on.
“I think he was like a purist in terms of comedy.

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The State Of Comedy And A World Without Norm Macdonald

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Josh Denny, host of “Next Week Tonight,” joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to reflect on the state of comedy and how Norm Macdonald’s passing will affect comics around the globe.
“Funny is undisputable,” Denny said. “I mean funny is the undisputed champion and if a guy is funny enough, you know, you can kind of battle anything.”
Comedians, Denny said, don’t have as long of a celebrity shelf life as musicians and actors but he believes Macdonald’s significance will live on.
“I think he was like a purist in terms of comedy.

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The State Of Comedy And A World Without Norm Macdonald

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Josh Denny, host of “Next Week Tonight,” joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to reflect on the state of comedy and how Norm Macdonald’s passing will affect comics around the globe.
“Funny is undisputable,” Denny said. “I mean funny is the undisputed champion and if a guy is funny enough, you know, you can kind of battle anything.”
Comedians, Denny said, don’t have as long of a celebrity shelf life as musicians and actors but he believes Macdonald’s significance will live on.
“I think he was like a purist in terms of comedy.

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Podcast: Dispelling Misconceptions About Alaskan Drilling, Mining, And Caribou

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his recent reporting trip to Alaska where natural resource conflicts have taken over the state’s politics. Justice visited oil drilling sites and a remote southwest Alaskan village that is effectively banned from harvesting their massive deposits of copper, gold, porphyry, and molydenum.

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What It Was Like To Work For The Vice President On 9/11

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Neil Patel, Co-Founder and Publisher at The Daily Caller, joins Senior Editor Chris Bedford to recount how he responded to 9/11 as the then-chief policy adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney.
“I have it on my calendar every year the time that the first plane hit the World Trade Center and every year I stop and I just think about it, because it was such a, just a momentous event in our country’s history and because all those innocent Americans who went to war, they had no idea,” Patel said.

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