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THR 5/14/16: The Donald Meets with Speaker Ryan

media, Gorsuch, Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Michael Medved spoke with Speaker Paul Ryan prior to his meeting with Donald Trump. Guest host Matt Lewis on the Hugh Hewitt Show talked with Henry Olson of the Ethics & Public Policy Center about what it will take for the GOP to unify. Mike Gallagher secured an exclusive interview...

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Medved: The Superhero Substitution

Comic book superheroes have come to dominate popular culture as never before: of the ten top opening weekends in Hollywood history, seven of them featured superheroes from Marvel or DC comics. Most recently, “Iron Man” and other luminaries from the Marvel galaxy co-starred with Captain America in “Civil War,” which...

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Mohler: North Carolina and the U.S. Constitution

The governor of North Carolina has announced that his state will file suit against the Obama Administration and against the Department of Justice because of their demands that North Carolina surrender its recently-adopted legislation known as House Bill 2. The bill stipulates that persons must use, in public facilities, the...

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Mike Gallagher’s Exclusive Interview with Donald Trump

On the eve of Thursday’s highly anticipated “summit meeting” between GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump and U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, Salem Radio Network host Mike Gallagher today scored an exclusive interview with Trump. Among other topics, Gallagher and Trump discussed: Speaker Ryan’s comments about not—so far—being ready to support...

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Brooks: Time For Diversity

One of the great intellectual and moral epiphanies of our time is the realization that diversity among human beings is a blessing. Unfortunately, new research also shows that academia has itself stopped well short in both the understanding and practice of true diversity—the diversity of ideas. This year, a team...

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Bill Bennett Explains Paul Ryan’s Non-Endorsement of Trump

Former Drug Czar Bill Bennett communicated with Speaker Paul Ryan following his shocking, public non-endorsement of Donald Trump. He joined the Mike Gallagher Show last Friday to give insight into Ryan’s statement. Join Mike Gallagher’s premium content website at MikeOnlineGold.com.    

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Mohler: The Accidental Draft Vote

Last week, the House Armed Services Committee voted to register women for the draft. What is particularly notable is that the vote was—at least in part—accidental. Why accidental? Because the author of the bill, Representative Duncan Hunter, Republican of California, offered the suggestion in an effort to try to get...

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THR 5/7/16: Trump Seals the Deal: Can the GOP Now Unite?

media, Gorsuch, Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Mark Davis, sitting in for Hugh Hewitt, interviewed the Washington Post’s Robert Costa about Trump’s win in Indiana and whether Ted Cruz is laying the groundwork for a 2020 presidential run. Mike Gallagher and Matthew Spalding of Hillsdale College continued the discussion about Trump and Cruz. Mark Davis talked to...

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Medved: Is Life Really Worse Today?

Sinking approval ratings show the Republican Party losing touch with the public by peddling simple-minded nostalgia for the past.  A recent Pew survey shows 70 percent of self-identified “Conservative Republicans” agreeing with the statement: “Compared with 50 years ago, life for people like me is worse.” That’s ridiculous: in 1966,...

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What Went Wrong For Ted Cruz

Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard joined Mark Davis on the Hugh Hewitt Show to conduct a post mortem of sorts on the Ted Cruz campaign. Barnes suggests that the main two causes of death for Cruz were that he could not broaden his base and he became obsessed with...

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How Donald Trump Can Court National Security Conservatives

Senator Jim Talent joined Mark Davis on the Hugh Hewitt Show to suggest a few things that Donald Trump might do to appeal to national security conservatives. Among his suggestions were a change in Trump’s rhetoric regarding America’s allies: rather than treating America’s troops as mercenaries defending other nations, recognize...

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Hewitt: National Day Of Prayer 2016

Today is the annual National Day of Prayer which will be recognized in Washington D.C. and at thousands of gatherings around the country. This special day of prayer is a healthy reminder for us all. Has it ever been more self-evident that we ought to turn our hearts to God...

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Mohler: Religious Liberty Threatened

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights recently published a “Statement Condemning Recent State Laws and Pending Proposals Targeting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community.” The statement includes these words, “Civil rights protections ensuring nondiscrimination, as embodied in the Constitution, laws, and policies, are of preeminent importance in American jurisprudence.”...

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