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Albert Mohler: The Legacy of Attorney General William Barr

Attorney General William Barr has announced that he is resigning, effective December 23rd.

He will go down in history as both the 77th and the 85th Attorney General of the United States.

He was a very loyal attorney general—but it’s also clear that he got crosswise with President Trump.

Attorney General Barr is going to be known in history for his defense of religious liberty in the face of an in increasingly hostile secular culture.

In October of 2019, the Attorney General delivered an address at the University of Notre Dame. “The framers’ view,” he said, “was that free government was only suitable and sustainable for a religious people, a people who recognize that there was a transcendent moral order antecedent to both the state and man-made law.”

He’s referring to an enduring moral law that exists even before the US Constitution.

Those were fighting words from a sitting Attorney General.

Attorney General William Barr will be missed.

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Is America Waking Up to the Rising Threat from China?

Townhall Review – December 19, 2020

Kurt Schlichter talks with New York Congressman Lee Zeldin about Chinese intelligence attempts to compromise high-level elected U.S. officials.

Kevin McCullough talks with Gordon Chang about our vulnerabilities towards China and the Chinese Communist Party.

Mike Gallagher and Georgia Senator David Perdue talk about the Georgia Senate runoff election.

Larry Elder talks with Dr. Jeffrey Barke about the recently approved COVID-19 vaccines.

Bob Frantz and White House historian and author Tevi Troy talk about President-elect Biden selections to fill out key roles in his administration.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talks with David Harsanyi, author and columnist, about a Justice Department investigation into Hunter Biden and the elite media’s attempts to squelch the story.

Dan Proft talks with Boise State University Professor Scott Yenor about U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr, who just announced his resignation.

Mark Davis reminisces about the true meaning of Christmas.

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Mohler: Do Voters in Georgia Recognize Raphael Warnock?

There is one big question still outstanding from our recent election and that question is this: Who will control the United States Senate?

There are two races in Georgia which will decide control of the Senate for at least the next two years, likely longer.

In one of those races—the contest is between Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock—and in this race, you’re looking at something that is unprecedented in the state of Georgia.

The Reverend Dr. Raphael Warnock just may be the most radical candidate conceivable from a state like Georgia.

When it comes to the question of abortion, he is one of the most radical candidates to run, not only in the South, but anywhere in recent American history.

The question is, do the voters in Georgia actually recognize this?

We’re going to find out on January the 5th. Now is the time for the voters of Georgia to wake up and understand what’s going on. The entire nation is watching.

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The Future of MAGA: Sebastian Gorka with Victor Davis Hanson

Sebastian Gorka talks to Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, about the “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory, the real foreign collusion in American politics, and the future of RINOs in the Republican Party.

For more, check out Victor Davis Hanson’s article, ‘Collusion’ vs. Collusion.

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Hugh Hewitt: The Course of the Nation and the Georgia Senate Contest

Why does it matter so much to rule-of-law conservatives that Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler win their January 5 runoffs in Georgia?

Because control of the Senate depends on it.

If Perdue or Loeffler win—preferably both—Senate Majority Leader McConnell keeps his job.

If Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock both win, Charles Schumer becomes the majority leader. And he’s made his agenda very clear:

“Now we take Georgia, then we change America!”

If Schumer wins Senate control, he can indeed “change America” by beginning the undoing of the capstone achievement of McConnell’s steady, disciplined six years as majority leader: confirmation of three Supreme Court justices and 53 appeals court judges.

With Schumer as majority leader, expect a liberal assault on the Trump-McConnell legacy of a federal bench bolstered by constitutionalism.

Watch those contests in Georgia closely.

The future of the Senate and the course of the nation under a Biden administration will be decided there.

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