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Mohler: A Moral Universe Turned Upside Down

The growing gap between the Judeo-Christian worldview and the operational worldview of the secular world around us was made graphically clear in a headline article that appeared in Saturday’s edition of the Los Angeles Times. Patrick McGreevy writes: “Aid-in-dying law to take effect June 9 in California.” The headline news...

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THR 3/19/16: Super Tuesday and Obama’s SCOTUS Pick

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

The Washington Examiner’s Byron York gave his analysis of the Super Tuesday results and the fight for the GOP nomination on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America. Hugh Hewitt talked with the Smart Guys, lawyers John Eastman and Erwin Chemerinsky about President Obama’s pick for the Supreme Court. Bill Bennett spoke...

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Tommy, You’ve Got to Leave

The New York Times recently released an article headlined, “The Parent-Child Discussion That So Many Dread.” No, it’s not the one you are thinking about. The subheading explains, “Making sense of Donald Trump’s behavior in terms a 10-year-old can grasp.” Sarah Lyall reported on one set of parents in Sacramento...

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Hewitt: Statesmen

In a week of spectacle and rising rhetoric and temperatures, the image of two quiet men sitting stands out for me. Former United States Secretary of State George Schultz and former California Governor and United States Senator Pete Wilson sat stoically at the funeral for Nancy Reagan. Schultz and Wilson...

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Thornbury: Trading Insults

Greg Thornbury

In an interview with MSNBC Wednesday night, Marco Rubio expressed regret over his recent mockery of Donald Trump in the ramp up to Super Tuesday. In the space of just a couple of days, he managed to make fun of the GOP front-runner’s hair, his tan and, well, his manhood....

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Thornbury: Rough Justice

Greg Thornbury

Mark it down. This is the week that Donald Trump decided that journalists deserve rough justice. After his remarks last Saturday night after his primary victories, Trump called upon those he called “the most dishonest people God ever created.” The media. Unlike a typical press conference, however, Trump deleted an...

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Medved: Could Anyone Replace Trump?

A quick thought experiment reveals the real nature of the movement Donald Trump has inspired. Imagine that Mr. Trump, who turns 70 in June, suffered a sudden health crisis and became incapacitated. Could anyone possibly replace him as head of his movement? From the beginning, the campaign has been about...

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THR 3/12/16: Donald Trump: Unifier or Product Hawker?

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Michael Medved looks at Donald Trump’s press conference where he hawked his own Trump products. Hugh Hewitt asks Carly Fiorina why she has endorsed Ted Cruz for president. John Kasich talks about his new-found momentum with Michael Medved. Bill Bennett turned to Howie Franklin–a former Air Force One flight steward–to...

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Carly Fiorina: Donald Trump Is The System, Ted Cruz Is A Real Conservative

Carly Fiorina explains to Hugh Hewitt why she is supporting Ted Cruz as a real conservative: “Crony capitalism is when the big, powerful, wealthy and well-connected benefit and the small and powerless get crushed. Donald Trump is big, powerful, wealthy and well-connected. He and Hillary Clinton are two sides of...

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Mohler: Into The Sewer

There is one thing that we can say for sure about this year’s race for the GOP presidential nomination: It’s taking us into the sewer. In fact, it’s nothing less than a coarsening of American culture, delivering discourse that would have been unthinkable, unhearable, and unimaginable only last presidential cycle....

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Hewitt: The Open Convention

Who will be the winner of the GOP nomination is of course beyond guessing, especially after the recent wins from Senator Ted Cruz in Maine and Kansas. But right now the GOP convention in Cleveland appears almost certain to be “open,” that is, without any of the would-be nominees possessing...

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Medved: Nancy Reagan Represented a Better Era for Conservatives

The death of Nancy Reagan at age 94 reminds everyone of a better, more inspiring era of American conservatism. Yes, the Reagans both worked in Hollywood and they established themselves as popular celebrities long before they ever ran for office. But they used their celebrity status on behalf of numerous...

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Bill Bennett and Jonah Goldberg’s Friendly Duel Over Whether Conservatives Should Vote for Trump

National Review’s Jonah Goldberg joined Bill Bennett’s Morning in America on Monday to make his spirited case for why he is in the “never vote for Trump” camp–even if The Donald faces off with Hillary Clinton in November. Bill Bennett believes that the GOP nominee should be supported even if it is Trump. His...

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Medved: Misleading Chatter About a “Brokered Convention”

Commentators in mainstream media have begun speaking obsessively about a so-called “brokered convention”—acknowledging the possibility that no candidate will come to Cleveland with a majority of first ballot votes. This is a misleading term, since there are no potential “brokers” who could dictate the outcome. The candidates themselves won’t exercise...

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