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Albert Mohler: An Act Of Pure Evil

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The news from Las Vegas is heartbreaking. A lone killer staked out a position 32 floors above ground and then aimed powerful weapons at a massive crowd gathered for a music festival and then killed himself as police stormed his hotel room. More than 50 people are dead and hundreds...

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Albert Mohler: The Intrusion of Politics Into Virtually Everything

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For the better part of the last century or more there has been something of an unspoken compact between the sphere of politics and the sphere of sports; they have basically stayed out of one another’s way. This compact—already deteriorating—has been shattered as President Donald Trump went head to head...

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Trump Turns Focus to Tax Reform

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Townhall Review — September 30, 2017 Sitting in for Hugh Hewitt , Joe Concha speaks with Jason Whitlock of Fox Sports on the NFL National Anthem controversy. Mike Huckabee shares with Michael Medved details of his show “Huckabee” on TBN. Robert Costa of the Washington Post joins Hugh Hewitt to share the latest on the devastation...

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Michael Medved: Real Life Losses, Abstract Gains

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To understand why right-wing activists make a mistake in pushing deportation of so-called “Dreamers” we should consider the reasons for our consistent victories in defending gun rights. For gun-owners, this is a personal issue—restrictive regulations are an interference, or an annoyance, with real-world impact. For those who choose not to...

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Mike Gallagher: You’ve Got To Be Carefully Taught

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Just a couple weekends ago in Belleville, Illinois, every single player on a football team of youngsters—eight years old and under—took a knee during the national anthem. The coach, Orlando Goodin, said his kids knew all about why people were protesting in the streets of St. Louis over the acquittal...

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Albert Mohler: Childlessness And The Future Of Europe

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The rise of childlessness is reaching increasingly alarming levels in Europe. The Economist recently noted that “just 9 percent of English and Welsh women born in 1946 had no children. But, for the cohort born in 1970, the proportion is 17 percent. But now in Germany, 22 percent of women reach...

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Lanhee Chen: The Bernie Plan: Too Good to Be True

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Senator Bernie Sanders has recently introduced “ Medic are for all” legislation, which would enroll all Americans into the nation’s Medicare program within four years. Senator Sanders argues that his proposal would create a system that “works not just for millionaires and billionaires, but for all of us.” As Democrats and...

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Albert Mohler: Death And Down Syndrome In Iceland

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CBS News recently reported that the country of Iceland has almost completely eradicated Down syndrome. What they really mean is that Iceland has almost completely eradicated people with Down syndrome. The story explains, “Since prenatal screening tests were introduced in Iceland in the early 2000s, the vast majority of women—close...

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Trump Talks Tough at United Nations

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Townhall Review – September 21, 2017 President Trump gives a speech of a lifetime at the UN General Council. Mike Gallagher invites North Korea expert Gordon Chang on his show to weigh in on Trump’s comments about the dangerous North Korean regime. Dennis Prager also looks at a few of the great moments of President...

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Lanhee Chen: One More Opportunity For Health Care Reform

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After several unsuccessful attempts this year, Republicans have one last chance to deliver on their seven-year old promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Legislation recently introduced by Senators Lindsey Graham, Bill Cassidy, Dean Heller and Ron Johnson eliminates some of ObamaCare’s most unpopular provisions and enacts reforms that will help...

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Owen Strachan: The Double Standard And ESPN

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ESPN is back in the news—not for its perpetually declining ratings, but because of comments by two female anchors. Jemele Hill caused a stir when she called President Trump a “white supremacist” and identified his close associates in the same terms. Linda Cohn, a longtime anchor, observed—accurately—that some viewers may...

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Albert Mohler: The (Sometimes Toxic) Power of Ideas

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The New York Times recently noted the death of a prominent feminist, Kate Millett, who died at 82. The obituary rightly points out that Millett’s book “Sexual Politics” became known as the Bible of Feminism in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. In her book, published in 1969, included her words,...

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Owen Strachan: The Fight for Free Speech Comes to Berkeley

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Godzilla has landed. Ben Shapiro spoke Thursday night at the University of California-Berkeley. Prior to the young conservative’s talk on free speech, local press noted that the university had added major concrete fortifications to handle protestors. In addition, 76 campus faculty members signed a letter urging students to sit out...

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