Cavuto Coast to Coast on Fox Business discussing the humanitarian crisis at the border
Kennedy on Fox Business discussing Supreme Court decisions on gerrymandering and the 2020 Census
Cavuto Live on Fox News Channel discussing aspersions on the Trump Presidency and the immigration poison pill in the Senate disaster relief bill
Your World with Neil Cavuto on Fox News discussing the likelihood of a border security deal
Cavuto Coast to Coast discussing how Democrats will build an economic message in a booming economy
Your World with Neil Cavuto on the President staying on message
Your World with Neil Cavuto on the last of the 2018 Special Elections and the need for Democrats to build a “big tent”
Watters’ World, Fox News Channel (at 22:00), Discussing North Korea (and what to do when your adult chid won’t move out!)
Evening Edit, Fox Business, Discussing Starbucks’ store policies & Hillary Clinton’s speech on Yale Class day
MSNBC Velshi & Ruhle discussing Trump’s appellate court appointments
Hannity discussing the merits of “politicization” in the wake of mass shootings
Risk & Reward on Fox Business Network discussing mid-term ‘boogeymen’ and a pig of a magazine cover obscuring important reporting on Presidential self-enrichment on the taxpayer dime.
MSNBC Velshi & Ruhle explaining how President Trump is changing the face of the federal judiciary
Risk & Reward on Fox Business Network discussing the First Amendment and NFL players taking a knee.
Hannity revisiting Comey’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails
Risk & Reward discussing Trump and media bias
Mornings with Maria on Sanctuary Cities: lower crime rates, better community-police relations
Risk & Reward on Jemelle Hill, ESPN, and calling out racism
Risk & Reward on Trump hosting the LGPA tournament
Making Money with Charles Payne on Trump’s presidency to date
Making Money with Charles Payne discussing Trump v. Chuck Jones, Union leader
Mornings with Maria, Discussing discrimination suits against Google
CNN At This Hour talking about Trump’s attack on Meryl Streep
Cavuto Coast to Coast discussing Trump’s Boeing tweet
Making Money with Charles Payne discussing possible VP picks for Hillary Clinton
Fox & Friends analyzing the DNC Chair race
CNN State of America discussing Trump’s business conflicts
FNC Your World debating Trump’s infrastructure plan
FBN Mornings With Maria discussing Trump’s first 100 days
Making Money with Charles Payne discussing the war of words between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Paul Henry Show, TV3 NZ, discussing Trump’s financial, staff and operational challenges
Sean Hannity Radio Show with Monica Crowley and Sally Kohn on Donald Trump’s allegations of bias against Federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel
Danielle McLaughlin quoted in the New York Law Journal in article discussing Supreme Court’s June 2016 ruling on the recusal of judges
Fox & Friends First on Pence v. Kaine
Making Money with Charles Payne discussing Bill Clinton’s $16.5M fee for an honorary chancellor position at Laureate International University
Risk & Reward on Reebok v. Trump in wake of comments to Brigitte Marie-Claude Macron
Paul Henry Show on TV3 New Zealand discussing the “Acela Primary” and Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech at the Mayflower Hotel
Fox News Election HQ discussing the Acela Primary victory speeches and Clinton’s overtures to Sanders and his supporters
Fox News Election HQ in a feisty exchange with Sanders Supporter Amer Zahr on the Democratic nomination
Mornings with Maria with Republican Strategist Evan Siegfried discussing the New York Primary and Donald Trump’s chances of winning it
Varney & Co discussing the tools at the U.S. government’s disposal in light of the Panama Papers
Sean Hannity Radio Show discussing the alleged battery on journalist Michelle Fields by Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski
Justice with Judge Jeanine with David Webb discussing developments in the Hillary Clinton email investigation
The Daily Share on HLN discussing Clinton versus Trump in a general election match-up
CNBC Squawk Alley discussing President Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Merrick Garland, immediately after Rose Garden Press Conference
FBN Intelligence Report with Meghan McCain discussing President Obama’s reaction to Justice Scalia’s death
Danielle McLaughlin on FBN After the Bell discussing the Clinton email investigation
FBN Risk and Reward with Deirdre Bolton discussing Christie’s endorsement of Trump
Sean Hannity Radio Show with Jay Sekulow discussing the Hillary Clinton email investigation from a white collar lawyer’s perspective
Justice with Judge Jeanine with Boris Epshtein discussing general election strategy
Intelligence Report discussing the 2016 New Hampshire Primaries
Sean Hannity Radio Show with Jeffrey Lord discussing the lead-up to the 2016 Iowa Caucuses
Danielle McLaughlin interviewed by Chuck Mertz on This is Hell!, WNUR 89.3 FM Chicago, discussing the origins and successes of Federalist Society members, including Supreme Court appointments, Supreme Court victories with respect to expanding corporate free speech and shrinking the Commerce Clause, and the long, steady march to restrict abortion rights – and why and how their success has been under the radar. Interview starts at 1:12:36.
Danielle McLaughlin interviewed by Sean Hannity on Fox News discussing whether Attorney General Eric Holder’s DOJ is the appropriate body to investigate the IRS ideological profiling scandal.
Danielle McLaughlin and co-author Michael Avery interviewed on Law & Disorder discussing what liberals can learn from the rise of the Federalist Society.
Danielle McLaughlin interviewed by David Alpern on For Your Ears Only, discussing Presidential Power and the Torture Memos.
Danielle McLaughlin and co-author Michael Avery interviewed on the Jim Bohannan Show discussing constitutional interpretation and specifically, the strengths and weaknesses of originalism.
The Hill, May 22, 2017: Op-ed exploring how the Gorsuch hearings and the political back and forth is a referendum on originalism.
Truthout.org, May 10, 2013. Danielle McLaughlin and co-author Michael Avery explain that when the Supreme Court heard oral argument on marriage equality in United States v. Windsor and Hollingsworth v. Perry, there were Federalist Society members among the lawyers on both sides of the question. This split in the ranks, unbeknownst to many, reflects a disagreement about the source of constitutional protection for the right to marry. The Federalist Society’s founders, at work in the Reagan White House, predicted the split nearly 30 years ago.
Chronice of Higher Education, April 15, 2013. Danielle McLaughlin and co-author Michael Avery discuss the Federalist Society’s and allies’ strategy to increase conservative programming in law schools.