Several Democratic State Parties have opted to strike the names of Presidents Jefferson and Jackson from their fundraising dinners. More than a politically correct public relations move, the decision “reveals the Left’s intellectual confusion,” according to Arthur Milikh. 

The assistant director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center at the Heritage Foundation, Milikh argues that the decision severs that institution’s link with the party’s founding fathers and unmoors party leaders from any meaningful tradition.

Later Kelsey Harkness reports on the numerous places women could turn for healthcare should Planned Parenthood lose funding. Finally, Federalist Staff Writers, Bre Payton and Philip Wegmann square off on the relative merits and vices of Instagram. 

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