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The Federalist

The Federalist’s Notable Books Of 2021

Last year around this time, I lamented the end of 2020 with the expectation that better times had to be lurking around the corner. Well,…

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National Review

American Booksellers Association Apologizes for Accidentally Promoting Candace Owens Book

National Review Candace Owens addresses the National Rifle Association annual meeting in Indianapolis, Ind., April 26, 2019. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters) In a statement published to the…

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The Federalist

Don’t ‘Forget The Alamo.’ Fight The Book’s Fake History To The Last Man

The culture wars are alive and well, deep in the heart of Texas. The latest battle, which flared up last week, involves the recently published…

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The Federalist

Rachel Hollis’s Problem Isn’t Privilege, It’s An Anti-Christian Gospel

Self-help author, self-described media mogul, and self-proclaimed Christian Rachel Hollis is in a bit of a PR mess this week after wading into some bad…

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The Federalist

What’s Inside The Gender-Bending Picture Books In Your Kids’ Library

Have you visited the children’s section of a public library or bookstore lately? You may be surprised by some of the books you find there.…

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National Review

Ted Cruz Responds to Reports John Boehner Told Him to ‘Go F— Yourself’

National Review Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Fla., February 26, 2021. (Joe Skipper/Reuters) Senator Ted Cruz (R.,…

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National Review

Book Review ‘Havana Syndrome’: New Theory about Illness Among American Diplomats in Cuba

National Review The U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, in 2015. (Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters) A new book argues that a stress reaction, not a sonic weapon, caused…

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National Review

Book Review ‘The Plot to Change America’: The Intellectual Roots of Identity Politics

National Review Protesters carry American and Mexican flags at an immigration-reform march in Los Angeles, Calif., in 2013. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters) A new book explores the…

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The Federalist

Recovering A Strong American Conception Of Property Rights

Within our constitutional framework, property rights have been relegated to second-class citizenship. Take the Supreme Court’s double-standard on the Fifth Amendment’s prohibition against the government…

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The Federalist

Pete Buttigieg Keeps Lecturing Christians About Sin, Ignoring His Own

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg tried to reach out and touch faith this week during a CNN town hall when Erin Burnett asked him about Trump…

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