Hugh Hewitt invites Kristen Waggoner, senior vice president of U.S. legal division and communications with Alliance Defending Freedom, to talk about the Harris Funeral Home Supreme Court case that will be brought before the court tomorrow, October 8, 2019.Read More »
For years, we’ve been told by elite media that Trump was a puppet of Vladimir Putin. Now, we’re being told that Trump has a corrupt relationship with the new president of Ukraine. There’s just one problem: Russia and Ukraine are enemies. In fact, since 2014, the two nations have been locked in a war that has cost over 12,000 lives.
So: how can media argue Trump is Putin’s puppet—while he offers military aid to Putin’s enemies? This contradiction has apparently never occurred to today’s media elites.
They are pushing for impeachment based on an alleged attempt by our president to conspire with the Ukrainian president for political gain. So: which is it?—conspiring with Russia or conspiring against Russia?
Before they move on to their next attempt to end Trump’s presidency over this conspiracy theory, media should at least have the decency to admit that their last conspiracy theory was dead wrong.Read More »
Townhall Review – October 5, 2019
Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about the collateral damage that could destroy the Democrat’s leading candidate, Joe Biden.
Sebastian Gorka talks with The Federalist’s co-founder Sean Davis about “whistleblower” rules.
Mike Gallagher and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich talk about the Democrat effort to discredit the President that started even before his inauguration.
Dennis Prager talks with Howard Husock about his book, “Who Killed Civil Society?: The Rise of Big Government and Decline of Bourgeois Norms.”
Larry Elder talks about another false claim of an alleged racial attack, this time on the playground of a grade school.Read More »
In the midst of their seemingly endless and unpredictable fight for the 2020 presidential nomination, does it make sense for Democrats to promote some of their least likable Congressional leaders as the new face of their party?
The result of the new impeachment investigation, assigned to six different House committees, is that the leaders of those committees—including Maxine Waters, Jerry Nadler, Adam Schiff and Elijah Cummings—will dominate the debate and upstage the flailing presidential contenders.
As it happens, all six chairs are from New York, California, Maryland and Massachusetts, perfectly positioned to alienate key suburban voters in swing states that will decide the outcome of the election. The impeachment pursuit elevates some of the Democrats’ least appealing proponents to positions of pre-eminence, helping to ensure party losses in the upcoming battles for control of the House, the Senate and the White House.Read More »
When the law is working the way it’s supposed to work, the prosecution decides what the charge is and then the jury decides the verdict. In the case of the Resistance vs. Trump, the verdict has always been known in advance: Guilty. It’s the charges which keep changing.
When the verdict never changes, but the charges keep changing, that’s a thumb on the scale of justice.
That’s what we’ve seen in recent weeks with Trumpeachment 2.0: Ukraine edition. New charge, collusion with Russia is out, collusion with Russia’s enemy is in. Only the verdict remains the same.
Remember: Impeachment is an extraordinary legal step, designed to investigate under-investigated matters. By what objective measure could anyone argue that Trump has been under-investigated?
Oh, I forgot, he will always be seen as under investigation, because no matter what the official charge is, the real offense is that he won the election.Read More »
Dennis Prager invites Howard Husock, vice president for policy research at the Manhattan Institute, to talk about his book “Who Killed Civil Society?: The Rise of Big Government and Decline of Bourgeois Norms.”Read More »