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    Josh Hammer

    Josh Hammer is senior editor-at-large at Newsweek, a research fellow with the Edmund Burke Foundation, counsel and policy advisor for the Internet Accountability Project, a syndicated columnist through Creators and a contributing editor for Anchoring Truths. A frequent pundit and essayist on political, legal and cultural issues, Josh is a constitutional attorney by training. He hosts "The Josh Hammer Show," a Newsweek podcast, and co-hosts the Edmund Burke Foundation's "NatCon Squad" podcast.

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  • Florida, the New Capital of Red State America

    Florida, the New Capital of Red State America1

    In what was an overall frustrating election night for Republicans, in which the oft-predicted “red wave” failed to materialize nationally, there was one state above all that provided a clear beacon of hope. That would be my adopted state of Florida. In the Sunshine State Tuesday evening, Gov. Ron DeSantis cruised to a second term

  • Is the Red Wave Back?

    Is the Red Wave Back?0

    In the dog days of summer, as President Joe Biden’s average approval rating plummeted to historic lows amid an intense flurry of national setbacks, policy blunders and rhetorical “gaffes” (otherwise known as palpable senility), most in the punditry class began to predict an imminent “red wave” of Republican electoral dominance in November’s midterm elections. The


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