Mohler: Confusion At The Olympics

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The recently-completed Olympic games in Rio raised the question of whether transgender athletes will be permitted to compete in their designated gender category in future games. Diana Nyad, a famous long-distance female swimmer, addressed the issue for NPR. She points to Renee Richards, the most famous of the transgender pioneers...

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Medved: When Politics Trumps Faith, Marriage Suffers

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The New York Times Style Section recently ran a report called “Uneasy Bedfellows,” describing marriages that reached the point of dissolution because of arguments concerning Donald Trump. When I discussed the subject on the air, one astute caller noted that none of the couples featured in the story seemed to...

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Mohler: The Value of Human Life

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Sometimes the story or image goes right through the mind and into the heart. This was the case last week with the photo of a little boy in Syria. He was covered in blood and debris, sitting in an ambulance—and he became the focus of worldwide conversation. Nicholas Kristof, writing...

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Trump and the Black Vote

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The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto joined the Mike Gallagher Show to discuss Donald Trump’s chances of winning over some of the black vote. Many polls have him winning 0-1% of the black vote, but a recent poll puts that percentage much higher. Will Trump’s new, apologetic and softer tone...

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THR 8/20/16: Trump Shakes Up His Campaign Staff

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White House Correspondent for the New York Times Michael Shearer joins Hugh Hewitt to discuss Donald Trump’s shake up among his campaign staff. Larry Elder addresses the Milwaukee violence. Dennis Prager and the Wall Street Journal’s Daniel Henninger talk about the election cycle. Mike Gallagher turns to Pete Hegseth to...

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Chen: Affordable Care Act: Affordable?

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Amid much fanfare, the Affordable Care Act—more commonly known as Obamacare—was signed into law in 2010. President Obama claimed that the law would both expand coverage to more Americans and lower health care costs. More Americans have health insurance today, but with that has come more government spending and greater...

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Abortion Absolutism

Abortion advocates have long told the world that they will accept any truth that is proven by science. An important story from Life News reveals that this is not, in fact, the case. Micaiah Bilger writes, “Terri O’Neill, president of the National Organization for Women, was a guest on KIRO...

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Mohler: Putting Pressure on the Holdouts

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In recent days an ominous article appeared in The Atlantic by Ibby Caputo and Jon Marcus. They are arguing—essentially—that Christian institutions have foregone federal aid simply to avoid the federal regulations in terms of reporting on sexual assault and banning discrimination based on sexual orientation. But that’s not true. It’s...

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Chen: Executive Overreach

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Our founders created a system of government with careful checks and balances between its three branches.  But President Obama has stampeded over this careful design with his unilateral use of executive power. The president’s defenders argue that he hasn’t used the executive order any more than his predecessors. But the...

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Mohler: It Won’t Stop in California

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There are many religious liberty issues that are looming on the horizon, but none more urgent than what’s going on in California. And that has to do with what is known as Senate Bill 1146. The bill raises a number of problems, namely: It would prevent Christian colleges and universities...

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