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San Jose Police Chief Criticizes Trump, Defends Letting Thugs Attack Citizens

Eddie Garcia said “the police personnel on scene had the difficult task of weighing the need to immediately apprehend the suspect(s) against the possibility that police action involving the use of physical force under the circumstances would further incite the crowd and produce more violent behavior” (Mercury News).  From Tammy...

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Mohler: Transgender Bathroom Laws Worry Parents

“Even in Liberal Communities, Transgender Bathroom Laws Worry Parents.” That’s the title of a recent article in Time magazine when Belinda Luscombe notes that, “Girls from a swim team in New York City’s Upper West Side are too scared to use the women’s locker room at a Parks Department swimming...

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Trump Supporters Attacked at Rally

From the the story:  A dozen or more people were punched, at least one person was pelted with an egg and Trump hats grabbed from supporters were set on fire on the ground. The story also notes the “police stood their ground at first but after about 90 minutes moved...

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THR 6/4/16: Obama Reignites His Apology Tour at Hiroshima

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Dennis Prager and Michael Medved look at President Obama’s essentially pacifist view of an action that stopped the deadliest war in the history of mankind at Hiroshima. Mike Gallagher speaks with Tom Stalf, President and CEO of the Columbus Zoo, about the killing of a gorilla to save the life...

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Senator Richard Burr Floated As Likely VP Pick for Donald Trump

Hugh Hewitt obtained inside information from sources close to the Donald Trump campaign that Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina is on the short list for Vice Presidential running mate. Hewitt asks NBC’s Chuck Todd about the pros and cons of such a choice. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website...

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Medved: Fourth Party Prospects for Victory

Third party candidacies are generally a waste of time, but this year a fourth party candidacy could capture the White House. Here’s how it might work: with Democrats deeply divided, the Bernie brigades might walk out of the convention, with Senator Sanders or someone else from his camp running as...

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House Calls for Investigation Into Planned Parenthood Trafficking Body Parts

From the story:  The House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives is calling for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate whether several Planned Parenthood abortion clinics violated federal privacy law. The Panel released new evidence Wednesday purportedly showing abortion clinics disclosing confidential medical information about patients...

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Medved: An Empty Museum

Leaders of the Palestinian Authority recently dedicated the Palestinian Museum: a $24 million building meant as “a space to celebrate and redefine Palestinian art, history and culture.” The only problem: the sprawling museum opened with no exhibitions at all—highlighting the troubled nature of Palestinian identity. What is “Palestinian art, history...

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Mitch McConnell: I’m Not Worried About Donald Trump. I’m Worried About Hillary Clinton.

Hugh Hewitt interviewed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and asked him about his views about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Majority Leader McConnell explained his position: “We ought to be worried about four more years just like the last eight and that’s what we get with Hillary Clinton … The...

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Obama Calls Bomb at Hiroshima “Evil”

The President once again divided Americans by heaping blame and condemnation on the people who sought to stop a horrible war they did not start.  He told the crowd “Let all the souls here rest in peace, for we shall not repeat the evil.”(UPI).  He also called for “moral...

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Mohler: So Much for the End of Imperialism

President Obama has long been understood by his biography and by his approach to foreign policy to oppose the lingering aspects of empire, of imperialism. How do we then explain how the President acts as if America is an imperial power ordering the world to follow our imperial edicts when...

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THR 5/28/16: N.Y. City Demands Businesses Accommodate 31 Genders

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Columnist Michael Barone breaks down the elections for Hugh Hewitt. New York City is forcing businesses to accommodate 31 genders … Dennis Prager reports. President of the American Enterprise Institute Arthur Brooks explains how the pitiful economy hurts the bottom 80% of wage earners the most. Is the football team...

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