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Chen: The Constitution and the 2016 Election

This past September 17, we commemorated the 229th anniversary of the United States Constitution. I wouldn’t be surprised if you heard very little about the day. It’s a shame as it celebrated the most important document in our nation’s history. The Constitution establishes the balance of power between our three...

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Medved: Children “Very Important”’ Marriage, Not So Much

A September poll by CBS News and the New York Times revealed troubling contradictions in attitudes toward marriage and children.  Nearly 2,000 adults of all ages were asked: “For you personally, is being married either now or in the future very important, somewhat important, not very important or not at...

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CNN: NFL Giant Drop in Ratings is No Big Deal: Nothing to See Here…

First of all – really?  Since when is millions of viewers vanishing no big deal?  Never.  Second, the story completely ignores the fact that a lot of people are turned off by the anti-America displays (CNN).  Meanwhile, the man who started the ratings fall visited protesting high school players...

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Chen: Now the Debates

In about 40 days, Americans will go to the polls to pick a new president.  Between now and then, few events will be more consequential than the three general election debates. These debates are important. They are the only opportunities that we will have to see the candidates side-by-side, sharing...

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THR 9/24/16: Terror Attacks in U.S. Cause Problems for Democrats

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Mike Gallagher discusses the Democratic response to the terror attacks in New Jersey and New York with national security expert Sebastian Gorka. Larry Elder explains how the liberal media tried to cover for Hillary Clinton in the aftermath of the attacks. Susan Crabtree, White House correspondent at the Washington Examiner,...

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Mohler: “Sister Wives” at the Supreme Court

A polygamy case is now being appealed to the United States Supreme Court. It’s the so-called Brown case or the “Sister Wives” case based upon a reality television program about a man with multiple wives in Utah. The Browns’ attorney, Jonathan Turley, has argued on the basis of religious liberty,...

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Charlotte Erupts Again, Hillary Fuels the Fire

The governor declared a state of emergency.  More officers were attacked.  At least one person was shot (Fox News).  Multiple civilians were shot according to this story, not by police (RCP). ABC News called the rioters “who threw bottles at police, blocked an interstate, threw objects at passing cars,...

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Hewitt: The Politicization Of Sport

I have compassion, as do almost everyone in this country, for the 70,000 transgendered individuals living in the United States. But I loathe the NCAA. The NCAA has withdrawn all championship events from North Carolina for the 2016/2017 academic year because the state has passed laws requiring people to use...

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Inside Clinton And Trump’s Debate Preparation

The first presidential debate will be held on Monday night. Hugh Hewitt talks to Philip Rucker of the Washington Post about how Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for it. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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Proft: “Out Of Alignment with My Values”

In a 2004 interview on the topic of his faith, President Obama was asked for his definition of sin. He answered, “Being out of alignment with my values.” Obama signaled his belief that he is above the law—his own god, really—but the GOP failed to call him on the question...

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Mohler: Supression Of Religious Speech

The Daily Caller recently reported that “under a Massachusetts civil rights agency’s interpretation of new anti-discrimination law, churches can be forced to let biological males who identify as transgender women use the women’s bathroom.” The guidelines apply to any place of public accommodation and specifically state that “even a church...

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Ed Klein’s Book on Hillary’s Hidden, Health Problems

Ed Klein joined the Michael Medved Show to discuss his new book, “Guilty as Sin” that catalogues Hillary Clinton’s numerous health issues and the secret server that exposed America’s secrets, and how Bill and Hillary always stay one step ahead of the law.  

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