Who is the Federalist Party?

When the dust settles and party leadership is fully vetted and fleshed out, we’ll publish a transparent “About Us” page that details everything one would need to know about the people behind this party. It’s a low priority at this time because the reality is this: YOU

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A time to plant… a time to build

This article originally appeared on The New Americana but has been transferred here for posterity. For the first time in 10 years, Republicans will take control of both the legislative and executive branches. Republican candidates running for president, senate, and congress made specific

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It’s time for the Federalist Party to emerge

This is the most recent email update for our new Federalist Party. With our launch approaching, it’s imperative that we get the word out now. Please fill out the form on this page if you’d like to receive these updates directly. GOP wins, conservatism loses For the last few of weeks, many

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Why the two-party system must be broken (and how)

Since the 18th century, America has had two political parties organized to combat one another with only brief breaks in our 240-year history. In many ways, this is human nature; people tend to migrate to one side or the other along an ideological scale and latch onto the major presence that

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The Federalist Party’s statement before the 2016 elections

On Tuesday, the nation will be going to the polls to decide, among many other things, who will be the President of the United States. By the time you read this, chances are the election is over and the winners have been announced. For posterity, I am writing this post as a reminder of why […]

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The new conservative party’s name is…

This is the most recent email update for our new conservative party. It’s an important one as it’s the results of the vote for our official name. With our post-election launch approaching, the excitement level has been going up dramatically. Please fill out the form at the bottom if

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It’s time for Federalism and a Convention of States

Based on the headline, a reader may assume that the cause of our angst is the Presidential election. In truth, that’s the most notable symptom of a much bigger problem. That problem is systemic. It’s rooted in a sickness in the halls of government as well as the electorate that

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