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Hillary Emails Aren’t All There

There are apparently many gaps in the emails (NY TimesReuters).  Even Dianne Feinstein admits Hillary needs to explain herself (Fox News).  More on why it matters (Hugh Hewitt).  A look at how emails have taken down many (USA Today).  From Byron York:  Yes, Clinton’s staff has said they have turned over everything, but is the State Department doing anything to make sure that’s really true? It took a long time to get around to the answer, which is “No” (Washington Examiner).  And it turns out Hillary’s foundation is accepting money from Middle East countries that condone abuse of women (NY Times).  More on the Clinton Foundation and the pesky money trail (National Journal).  A closer look at the troubling relationships (WSJ).

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What Difference Does A Staged Press Conference Make? 3-13-15

Hugh Hewitt and guest David Drucker, Sr. Congressional Correspondent at the Washington Examiner discuss Hillary’s emails. Dennis Prager and Frank Luntz respond to Hillary’s email press conference. Hewitt and Sen. Tom Cotton on the GOP congress open letter to the leaders of Iran. AEI’s Danielle Pletka and Arthur Brooks on the Iran situation. Hewitt and Harvard Professor Robert Putnam on the failing of youth, most notably due to ever declining cultural norms. Dennis Prager on why our kids are failing to see moral absolutes.

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Will The Clinton Teflon Remain Impenetrable? 3-6-15

Hugh Hewitt and Peter Robinson on PM Netanyahu’s speech to the U.S. Congress. Dennis Prager reacts to Netanyahu’s speech. Bill Bennett and Carly Fiorina on last weekend’s murder of Russian Boris Nemtsov. Hugh Hewitt and liberal Democrat/fellow law school Dean Erwin Chemerinsky can not support Hillary and her email scandal. Dennis Prager on Obama’s veto of the Keystone Pipeline bill.

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RNC’s Priebus on GOP Debates: Conservatives Will Interview, Liberal Media Is Done 2-27-15

Bill Bennett and AEI’s Michael Rubin on Obama’s remarks that “no religion is responsible for terrorism” remark. Hugh Hewitt and Donald Rumsfeld on the President’s handling of Islamic terror. Dennis Prager responds to a CNN column written by Cornel feminist professor Dr. Peggy Drexler asking, why no Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue with men posing? Hugh Hewitt with RNC Chair Reince Priebus on Salem’s role in the up-and-coming Republican presidential primary debates (Hugh Hewitt will be hosting) and the changes Priebus is making regarding the liberal media’s inclusion (or lack thereof) and the frequency in which the debates occur. Bill O’Reilly appears with Hewitt discuss the media’s attempt to “Brian Williams” him. Dennis Prager on the hard-left approach to this year’s Academy Awards.

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Obama Confusion: Extremists Killed “Folks” at Kosher Deli–Global Warming Trumps Terrorism 2-13-15

Dennis Prager analyzes Obama’s interview with Vox and his comments on “folks” being murdered at Paris Kosher deli. Hugh Hewitt on Jonathan Carl’s grilling WH on Obama’s Kosher deli comments. Bill Bennett and Rep. Cotton on Obama’s Gitmo policy. Hewitt and John Bolton on Iran. Hewitt and Charles Krauthammer on Iran. Prager on FCC.

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Obama Decrees: “No Religion Is Responsible for Terrorism” 2-20-15

Bill Bennett spoke with Samuel Tadros, a Coptic Christian who is a member of the Islamism and International Order Working Group at Stanford’s Hoover Institution–then Bennett turns to former Assistant Secretary of Defense, Francis “Bing” West. Hugh Hewitt and Karl Rove on Hillary’s ’16 run. Dennis Prager on Bill Clinton’s recent ties to billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s sex workers. Hewitt hosted a left-right conversation on Obama’s unilateral immigration reform with law professors, Erwin Chemerinski and John Eastman. Hewitt with Bill Bennett and his new book titled “Going To Pot: Why the Rush to Legalize Marijuana is Harming America.”

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Georgia the Latest State to Seek Protection of Religious Rights

The ACLU and other gay rights groups are opposed (ABC News).  Meanwhile, on the national stage, Time Magazine promotes Republicans who support gay marriage (Time).  And Dr. Ben Carson seeks to avoid the topic altogether (Pulse).  Business giants Facebook and Apple join many others filing to support gay marriage (USA Today).

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