Townhall Review – May 2, 2020
Hugh Hewitt talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton about the latest spending challenge, Phase IV of the CARES Act.
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talks with retired Army Lt. Colonel James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation about North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un and General Mike Flynn.
Mike Gallagher give his opinion of YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram and what appears to be their censoring of content they don’t agree with.
Sebastian Gorka turns to author and columnist Victor Davis Hanson to talk about President Trump’s daily press briefings on COVID-19.
Hugh Hewitt talks with Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Public Policy, about that school’s adaptation relating to COVID-19.
Sebastian Gorka talks with former FEC Commissioner Hans von Spakovsky about the fight pending on Capitol Hill regarding the “Vote by Mail” efforts from Democrats.
Hugh Hewitt and historian Arthur Herman talk about how American business can help us recover from the COVID-19 plague.
Dennis Prager talks with Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute, about how our preoccupation with safety and its cohort, fear, have almost become a religion.